During COVID-19, we’ve all been touched by loneliness, unable to see our family and friends. But as the holiday season draws closer, many people are feeling a sense of normality return.
For many of the women we work with, the easing of restrictions has done little to alleviate feelings of isolation. And as time moves forward, this can impact their mental and physical health – extending the trauma of family violence.
In this time of continued uncertainty, it is more critical than ever that women and their children have opportunities to connect, build friendships and celebrate culture.