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Our Partners

Our partnerships are a key part of our ethos, strategy and operations. We prefer to collaborate rather than compete. This is why WRAP is set up as a co-operative and we follow co-operative as well as restorative principles in all we do.

Domestic Abuse Restorative Family Approaches (DARFA)

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Domestic Abuse Restorative Family Approaches (DARFA)

Partners

The Domestic Abuse Restorative Family Approaches (DARFA) Partnership is a consortium of three multi sector organisations, dedicated to making the lives of families safer. We have subscribed to a set of shared restorative and co-operative values and we have agreed to work together under a legal co-operative partnership agreement to:
• Work co-operatively and restoratively with each other, families and other individuals, groups and organisations
• Source funding
• Research
• Design and deliver programmes
In July 2014 DARFA were awarded a Competed Fund from the Ministry of Justice which was match funded by the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner. This funding was to research and design a restorative whole family model for domestic abuse with children at the heart of the approach.
From March 2015 to March 2016 the consortium delivered the Choices for Change programme with the Integrated Family Support Team within Social Services in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.
Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership are members of this consortium.

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Coastal  Housing

Coastal Housing

Partners

Serena Jones is Director of Homes, Communities and Services for Coastal Housing Group. She leads community housing teams and maintenance services to deliver on organisational purpose - sustaining tenancies, communities and the local economy. She is passionate about using strengths based approaches, working restoratively and removing barriers to doing what matters in the communities she serves.

Coastal Housing are a social business providing 5,500 quality affordable homes across south Wales and Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership have been working with them since 2016. Coastal have a restorative and empowering mindset and asked us to work with them to introduce restorative approaches across their organisation to assist with building and maintaining relationships with the citizens they serve as well as internally within teams.

Coastal have enjoyed the high quality training and have commented, “The training is excellent, as it has shown us simple, practical ways to implement the restorative approach in our day to day working life, both as leaders and colleagues.“ Serena added “Restorative approaches compliment other methods and techniques we use to collaborate, innovate and foster a high trust/high performing mind set. We’re very grateful to WRAP for the contribution they have made (and continue to make) to the ‘Coastal Offer’.”

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Brightlink Learning

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Brightlink Learning

Partners

Brightlink Learning is a family run business, offering consultancy, training and in particular eLearning. Brightlink works restoratively having been trained by our trainers.

We partner with Brightlink on our DARFA work as both organisations are members of the DARFA consortium. Brightlink helped set up our company, providing us with much needed consultancy work. We valued this work together so much we asked Brightlink's Chief Executive, Lorna Baldry to continue to work with us as our Business and Operations Manager.

We pride ourselves on working in unique and innovative ways when it comes to collaboration and the transparency and honesty of a restorative approach enables this to happen. This means Brightlink and their team members can also be a key part of our core and wider team here at Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership and we look forward to working together much more to develop new and proven ways of learning.

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Heroes Training

Heroes Training

Partners

Heroes Training offer training, therapy and support, in particular offering intervention programmes with those who may be displaying abusive behaviours.

Heroes are key partners of the DARFA consortium, bringing huge value to the Choices for Change programme peripheral offer in their work with couples, harmers and those who are harmed.

Heroes Co Director Tammi is also our Advanced Practitioner for Sensitive and Complex Cases.

We hope to be doing some very exciting and ground breaking work with Heroes in future, watch this space!

Read more >

Domestic Abuse Restorative Family Approaches (DARFA)

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Domestic Abuse Restorative Family Approaches (DARFA)

Partners

The Domestic Abuse Restorative Family Approaches (DARFA) Partnership is a consortium of three multi sector organisations, dedicated to making the lives of families safer. We have subscribed to a set of shared restorative and co-operative values and we have agreed to work together under a legal co-operative partnership agreement to:
• Work co-operatively and restoratively with each other, families and other individuals, groups and organisations
• Source funding
• Research
• Design and deliver programmes
In July 2014 DARFA were awarded a Competed Fund from the Ministry of Justice which was match funded by the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner. This funding was to research and design a restorative whole family model for domestic abuse with children at the heart of the approach.
From March 2015 to March 2016 the consortium delivered the Choices for Change programme with the Integrated Family Support Team within Social Services in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan.
Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership are members of this consortium.

Coastal  Housing

Coastal Housing

Partners

Serena Jones is Director of Homes, Communities and Services for Coastal Housing Group. She leads community housing teams and maintenance services to deliver on organisational purpose - sustaining tenancies, communities and the local economy. She is passionate about using strengths based approaches, working restoratively and removing barriers to doing what matters in the communities she serves.

Coastal Housing are a social business providing 5,500 quality affordable homes across south Wales and Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership have been working with them since 2016. Coastal have a restorative and empowering mindset and asked us to work with them to introduce restorative approaches across their organisation to assist with building and maintaining relationships with the citizens they serve as well as internally within teams.

Coastal have enjoyed the high quality training and have commented, “The training is excellent, as it has shown us simple, practical ways to implement the restorative approach in our day to day working life, both as leaders and colleagues.“ Serena added “Restorative approaches compliment other methods and techniques we use to collaborate, innovate and foster a high trust/high performing mind set. We’re very grateful to WRAP for the contribution they have made (and continue to make) to the ‘Coastal Offer’.”

Brightlink Learning

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Brightlink Learning

Partners

Brightlink Learning is a family run business, offering consultancy, training and in particular eLearning. Brightlink works restoratively having been trained by our trainers.

We partner with Brightlink on our DARFA work as both organisations are members of the DARFA consortium. Brightlink helped set up our company, providing us with much needed consultancy work. We valued this work together so much we asked Brightlink's Chief Executive, Lorna Baldry to continue to work with us as our Business and Operations Manager.

We pride ourselves on working in unique and innovative ways when it comes to collaboration and the transparency and honesty of a restorative approach enables this to happen. This means Brightlink and their team members can also be a key part of our core and wider team here at Wales Restorative Approaches Partnership and we look forward to working together much more to develop new and proven ways of learning.

Heroes Training

Heroes Training

Partners

Heroes Training offer training, therapy and support, in particular offering intervention programmes with those who may be displaying abusive behaviours.

Heroes are key partners of the DARFA consortium, bringing huge value to the Choices for Change programme peripheral offer in their work with couples, harmers and those who are harmed.

Heroes Co Director Tammi is also our Advanced Practitioner for Sensitive and Complex Cases.

We hope to be doing some very exciting and ground breaking work with Heroes in future, watch this space!