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This year the Emma House Staff Excellence Award was established after the tragic loss of Ruth Isbel, Emma House Executive Officer who was an inspirational leader and colleague. Ruth led Emma House to support staff to provide the best service possible to women and children affected by family and domestic violence in the South West... Read more
COVID-19 – Our continued support to you Emma House is continuing to deliver essential services to women and children who are experiencing family violence during the COVID-19 pandemic. Due to COVID-19 and the increasing impact on our community, Emma House is changing the way we provide family violence services. These changes are based on advice... Read more
When Anne met her partner, she was elated. He was articulate, educated, well-mannered and well-spoken. Everyone that met him thought he was wonderful and that he and Anne were perfect for each other. She had finally found the man she wanted to settle down with. They bought a house and started a family. Six months... Read more
Looking in on Sally’s life, it was one to aspire to. Sally and her husband owned a house and owned rental properties, they had 3 beautiful children and drove nice cars. The family were looked upon by friends and family as the perfect family. Sally was from a great family – she was educated, intelligent,... Read more
Bella is only six years old, but her short life has already been marked by family violence. Last year, when Bella’s mother Amanda was eight months pregnant with her baby sister, Amanda was assaulted so badly that her hip was broken. Emma House provided an immediate crisis response to Amanda as she decided to leave... Read more