Horizon SARC and other services news
User voice Birmingham is currently recruiting women with a history/background of the criminal justice system to be on the User Voice Women's Council. User voice and the Prison reform trust will be working in partnership to develop women's services in the criminal justice system.
We are looking for Women aged 18 and above who have experienced difficulty within the criminal justice system and would like for there voices to be heard. The women's council would meet regularly and help develop women's services so rehabilitation is an individual process and tailored to individuals needs.
If you all can help by forwarding any women's contact details who are interested in being a part of the Women's council to Rae-Anne Preece firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone 07490706003.
If you would like any more information please feel free to contact myself or Rae-Anne Preece.
Pride in Sport Challenge 2016
Event to be held at the following time, date and location:
Saturday, 9 April 2016 from 11:00 to 19:00 (BST)
Munrow Sports Centre
B15 2TT Birmingham
FREE annual competitive sports skills event for individuals or teams of four. Come along and try a range of activities provided by local LGBT and inclusive clubs and organisations. This year’s programme includes football, hockey, badminton, rugby, swimming, water polo, rowing, running, dance and table tennis.
Points awarded throughout the day for both performance and participation. Medals and prizes awarded after the ballroom dancing. Last year’s winners, LFestCrew have confirmed they are returning to defend their title!
For full details see www.birminghamlgbt.org.uk or contact email@example.com or call 0121 643 0821
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We hope you can make it.
Horizon SARC article in Just4You Solihull Ezine Issue 7
Just4You the Solihull Sexual Health Trust Service has written an article about Horizon SARC published in their March Ezine issue 7. The article describes the service offered to victims of sexual assault and is aimed to circulate the information about referral pathways to a wider audience, including information for healthcare professionals linked to the trust or sexual health to know how to get in contact with SARC or advise clients as to their options for support through the SARC.
The article link is below -