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BACP Organisational Member

This project is part funded by the EU Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund. Making management of migration flows more efficient across the European Union.
Haven is an organisational member of BACP which provides specialist, bespoke therapeutic support to refugees and asylum seekers and their families.

gan ddechrau yn 2003, fel rhan o ymateb cenedlaethol i nifer y bobl sy'n ceisio lloches yn y Deyrnas Unedig, Haven has a lengthy history of providing a range of services for the refugee and asylum seeker communities of Kingston-upon-Hull. Mae'r prosiect yn darparu gwasanaeth cyfannol sy'n darparu eiriolaeth ac ymyriadau cymhleth trwy i asesiadau iechyd meddwl, sgiliau magu plant a chefnogaeth anffurfiol.

Haven is a unique service that has worked in Hull with refugee and asylum seeking families since 2003. It is a project with six staff members ; Project Manager, Gweinyddwr, an Internal Clinical Supervisor, three Therapists who have many years experience of working in this field and are specialists in trauma. Haven has developed a particular model of working which focuses on emotional support and parenting techniques where required, a phob aelod o staff brofiad helaeth traws ddiwylliannol. Ar unrhyw un adeg y prosiect yn gweithio gyda thua 45 teuluoedd, sydd ar hyn o bryd yn cynnwys 33 oedolion a 12 plant o ystod o ddiwylliannau.

Haven works in five local authority areas (Kingston Upon Hull, East Riding, North East Lincs, North Lincs and Scarborough), supporting the Syrian resettlement programme.

Ein harfer yw gweithio yn y tymor hir gyda llawer o'r teuluoedd, meithrin ymddiriedaeth, ac yn aml yn ymdrin ag ystod o broblemau teuluol. The most significant element of Haven’s work is that we access families who struggle to trust ‘official services’ neu sy'n rhy ynysig i fynd at wasanaethau am gymorth ac yn y ffordd yr ydym yn cynnig gwasanaeth cyfannol i deuluoedd agored i niwed hyn.
One of our priorities is to build trust. This has been one of the key ways that clients have increased their confidence and ability to access required services. It is also a crucial concept in delivering services to the BME community as a whole.
When required Haven undertakes an advocacy role in partnership with clients to support them to access services they need.
In addition, undertaking networking and collaborative strategies with partner agencies has enabled Haven to act as a bridge between informal and formal services.

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