– Building a bright future
Springfield strives to meet the needs of women today who
live with the terrible impact of domestic abuse.
“We are very proud that Springfield has supported vulnerable women for over 100 years. Our Refuge and Community Hub provide services that help people rebuild lives shattered by domestic abuse and change their futures. We will continue to break down barriers facing those affected by domestic abuse in all its forms.“
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Everyone at Springfield is proud to be part of a specialist organisation committed to delivering high quality support to victims/survivors of domestic abuse. Our services are open, inclusive and available to anyone who has experienced or is experiencing domestic abuse.
We work in partnership with our clients, empowering them to make individual choices and live a life free from abuse.
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BigGive Community Challenge
Over a 12-month period we aim to provide 84 women with 420 sessions of one-to-one support, run two weekly peer support groups, 6 Recover & Discover Group Programmes & provide 20 women with 240 sessions of specialist trauma-informed counselling support.
We are requesting funding for our Community Service to enable us to continue to provide one-to-one and group support for women affected by domestic abuse and violence in the South Lakeland area.
From noon on November 29th for a week, your donations will be doubled! Help us to support local victims of domestic abuse at our community hub in Stricklandgate House! Every penny helps!
From The Blog
Support Worker Vacancies We are a local charity supporting survivors of domestic abuse through the provision of a women’s refuge and community services. We are looking for caring, resilient people to join our small, friendly team. Ideally, you shouldhave experience of...
Springfield Annual Report 2020 - 2021 Springfield is an independent charity founded in 1915 and has an honourable history ofproviding a home, help and support to vulnerable women. Today, the organisation's valuesare still about making a difference for each woman who...
Leslie Morgan Steiner was in "crazy love" -- that is, madly in love with a man who routinely abused her and threatened her life. Steiner tells the dark story of her relationship, correcting misconceptions many people hold about...
personally helped to become stronger, wiser, more knowledgeable”
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Springfield Women’s Refuge
Stricklandgate House, 92, Stricklandgate, Kendal LA9 4PU
Springfield Women’s Refuge