Suicidal thoughts, self-harm, flashbacks, alcoholism and panic attacks – the impact of childhood sexual abuse is devastating and long lasting. Source: Suffolk survivors of childhood abuse speak out for Sexual Violence Awareness Week | Latest Ipswich News - Ipswich Star
Kirsty a former Art Group member and client of SIT has very kindly offered to do a sponsored parachute jump to raise funds. Kirsty will be jumping out of a plane on Good Friday, 14th April. All monies raised will be used to help other users of our services. If you would like to sponsor […]
As a report highlights the estimated scale of hidden child abuse, the BBC's Alison Holt examines the challenge the issue poses for UK society. Source: Child sexual abuse: How big is the iceberg? - BBC News
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