WE ARE WANTING BRIC A BRAC FOR OUR CHARITY SHOP.
IF YOU NEED THIS COLLECTING PLEASE CONTACT 0151 709 2994 OR DROP INTO OUR SHOP 5 THE PALATINE, THE STRAND, BOOTLE
The Wheels on the bus are going round to Southport on Saturday. We are hoping for good weather as our Session Worker has great fun enjoyment things planned. We would like to thank Bev our Lead Session Worker and Dave our Driver
RE-BUILDING YOUR FUTURE
Families Fighting for Justice are going to run a new program for Victims.
The induction will start on Tuesday 27th July at 6 Anson Street, L3 5NY.
This Program is for victims to help you Re-build your future to help you to get back, to regain
Come along for a hot drink and a chat. It’s a good opportunity to talk with people who have similar experiences to you.
Everyone’s welcome! Parents are welcome to bring small children, under school as they will be well looked after by our qualified session worker
Drop in at any
See all of the upcoming events, to be held in The HUB, with FFFJ, soon:
10:00 – 13:00, 6 Anson Street, Tuesday 20th June
Our lounge is open to men who have lost a loved one to acts of homicide or culpable road death. This is a great opportunity to talk with other men who will understand your pain.
No appointment needed – just drop
10:00 – 13:00, Tuesday 13th June, at The HUB, 6 Anson Street, Liverpool, L3 5NY.If you’re a man who has lost a loved one to homicide or culpable road death, our Men Cry 2 meeting will offer you support in the company of other men who’ve had similar experiences, in
Families Fighting For Justice has been commissioned to deliver The Hub for a second year!
The Hub is one-stop-shop for providing information and support to the families of victims of homicide and culpable road death. We can deliver these services because FFFJ understand every part of your journey.
Our next coffee morning with FFFJ will be in The HUB on Tuesday 13th June 2017, from 9:30 – 12:30.
Everyone’s welcome to come in for a chat, or to find out more about the work done by OLLY and FFFJ, as well as other upcoming events.
You can also
Our wonderful founder Jean Taylor has been nominated for the Merseyside Woman of the Year 2017 Award and is now one of the running finalists. Jean has used her strength and determination over the years to give victims of homicide a voice. She has risen where many others would fall