Safer futures for survivor families – one case at a time
Introducing Court Confidence
The 5* rated programme of help for survivor families in England & Wales. Court Confidence is a groundbreaking course covering everything you need to know to advocate effectively for your survivor family. Teaching you how to navigate this notoriously difficult system and work towards a safer outcome. Helping you to communicate effectively in the way the court understands it is vital in a system that is reluctant to hear or see domestic abuse.
Written specifically for domestic abuse survivors in court who face a unique set of challenges and barriers to justice, it teaches all the parts of the process you have to manage yourself whether you are represented or not. With tutor support and packed full of accurate information, you will find it easy to complete and practical to apply.
Covering crucial topics over 7 modules for just £39.99, you can learn at your own pace, you will learn how to protect your position and reduce distress to give your best evidence. You will learn how to deal with professionals, how to cope with difficult hearings, how to approach co-parenting in a safer way and what to do if things become unsafe.
There are many difficulties when facing a domestic abuser in court. This 5* rated course will show you how to protect yourself from the common abuser tactics in court, helping you to overcome them and secure a healthier outcome.
We know the system is broken, that’s why we campaign for reform. In the meantime, before reform is achieved it is vital to learn the necessary skills to protect yourself in this difficult system, particularly for survivor families.
If you’re in need of a donated place, please add your name to our waiting list.
For survivors in genuine financial hardship to access a funded place on the course. Fill in this short form to be added to our waiting list. As donations come in, we will give the place (either fully or part funded) to the next person in the queue. It is operated on a first come first served basis so the earlier you add your name, the earlier you may get a funded place. Please note you may be asked to provide proof of your financial status, such as benefit entitlement, if you are offered a fully funded place.
Court Confidence is operated by Survivor Family Network C.I.C and is a not for profit organisation. Proceeds fund the advocacy work and charitable aims of Survivor Family Network and #thecourtsaid campaign