Families South Africa (Famsa) πŸ”—

Famsa provides counselling and education to help improve marriages and families.

FAMSA Western Cape is a non-profit organisation (NPO) specialising in relationship counselling. Famsa helps in cases of domestic violence and trauma, divorces and mediation.

Famsa can provide legal information, coaching, training and counselling for all ages. This includes support relating to grief and marriage difficulties.

Tel: 011 975 7106/7

Families South Africa (Famsa)

TEARS Foundation πŸ”—

TEARS Foundation provides access to crisis intervention, advocacy, counselling, and prevention education services for those impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault and child sexual abuse.

Free SMS helpline: *134*7355# - Available 24/7

Tel: 010 590 5920 - Standard Rates apply avail 24/7

Email: info@tears.co.za

TEARS Foundation

Access Needs πŸ”—

Getting help with accessing learning at Code Your Future

CYF is a community grassroots organisation and we do not have our own premises, so we cannot guarantee that we can meet every possible need. We prioritise the actual needs of our trainees so please share your access need by completing this form.

We will use this data in the ways described in our Personal Circumstances Data Policy

After completing this form, a staff member may contact you to understand more about how we can support you to learn and thrive at CYF.

Access Needs

Safe Posture during Pregnancy πŸ”—

Tips for good posture during pregnancy

Hο»Ώere are some tips for safe posture during pregnancy. The aim is to prevent musculoskeletal problems when sat at a laptop.

Safe Posture during Pregnancy

Seeking Employment as an Autistic Adult πŸ”—

This resource has been designed and developed by autistic people, for autistic people who are looking to find employment.

This resource has been designed and developed by autistic people, for autistic people who are looking to find employment.

This course will take you through each step of the job finding journey. Starting with exploring your strengths, and gradually moving through to suggesting strategies to make your first week at work a success. This resource is designed for people currently not in work or looking to change careers. If you already in work, you may still find some topics in the module useful to access.

Seeking Employment as an Autistic Adult

Freedom Programme πŸ”—

Freedom Programme is a domestic violence programme

The Freedom Programme examines the roles played by attitudes and beliefs on the actions of abusive men and the responses of victims and survivors. The aim is to make sense of and understand what has happened, instead of the whole experience just feeling like a horrible mess.

Iο»Ώt is available online and in person in all UK cities. Search for one near you.

Freedom Programme