Children’s Safe House
Temporary, secure and safe accommodation is provided for children who have been removed via statutory process (Department of Social Development, Department of Health, and Department of Justice). Housemothers are employed to supervise the social, living space of the children while the clinical team provides therapeutic intervention.
The accommodation aims to be a friendly, safe and comfortable place to help the healing process of traumatised children and abused women.
Temporary, secure and safe accommodation is provided to women, particularly women with children who have shared the abusive environment. Therapeutic counselling is provided by the clinical team.
The average length of stay is 3 months.
Residents at the Centre can access all the other services offered by Nonceba which include:
- Play therapy
- Court Support
- Hospital and clinic visits
- Stimulating and educational programs on life skills
- Individual, group and family counselling services
- Victim Empowerment groups for victims of domestic violence.