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Waiting for your first drug and alcohol counselling session might make you feel a bit nervous. But there’s no need to worry. Most people are a bit shy about going to their first session. So it’s perfectly normal to be a bit nervous. When you first meet your counsell...
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Once you’ve made the break from an abusive partner it is important to remain safe. There are lots of things we can work on together to make sure you keep yourself and any children as safe as possible. Many of our suggestions are based on our experience and that of man...
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Leaving your relationship is a huge decision. If you’re ready to make the move we’ve learned what steps are worth taking from the many women we’ve helped. We always believe you know what is safest for you and your children. When you think it is safe, start by gett...
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If you are in an abusive relationship, but you’re not ready to leave, it’s important to do everything you can to stay safe. We know you’re the best judge of what is safest for you and your children. Trust your instincts. We will always be there to support you.&nbs...
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We’ve got a way for you to help dress local kids in sharp looking school clothes, or grab a bargain if your own kids are heading back to class. We’ve all learned that fast-fashion can be wasteful and is bad for the environment. At Cambridge Community House our schoo...
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Heading into your first counselling session might make you nervous.Don’t worry, you are not alone. Lot’s of people feel nervous when they are trying something new. But there is absolutely nothing to worry about.Our counsellors are naturally kind and caring people. They...
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Your first budgeting appointment might seem daunting, but there is no need to worry.Firstly, our budget advisors are really nice. They are going to ask you a lot of questions, but everything you tell them is completely confidential. So you can get the most out of our first s...
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