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Black Country Sexual Abuse Forum

 The Black Country Sexual Abuse Forum has been re-established by NHS Wolverhampton Clinical Commissioning Group and First Person Plural (FPP). It is a multi-agency network for statutory and voluntary sector agencies and survivors. 

Who can attend?
Membership is open to representatives from statutory sector health, social care, education and voluntary sector organisations; to individual workers and practitioners of all disciplines, adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse, service users and carers. 

Why attend?
The Forum aims to facilitate mutual support, learning and the sharing of information related to supporting, caring for and advocating on behalf of survivors of non-recent and recent child sexual abuse and related issues. 

The Forum offers opportunities to network with others and coordinate resources across agencies raise knowledge and awareness on issues relating to sexual abuse explore ways of delivering services to survivors of sexual abuse and to share good practice discuss new ideas, interventions and approaches.

Thursday 30 Jan 2020, 11am – 1pm (Launch & session on adult survivors of child sexual abuse) – link to book your place: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/blackcountry-sexual-abuse-forum-tickets86803316055

Wolverhampton Science Park Glaisher Drive Wolverhampton WV10 9RU

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