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Promotion of Health, Opportunity
Equality, Benevolence & Empowerment
for black and ethnic minority
women and children

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Helping women affected by domestic violence

  • Phoebe offers emotional health support for immigrant women affected by domestic violence.


  • The consequences of domestic violence are many; they include depression, low self- esteem and a sense of powerlessness. We are here to listen, help and support you.


  • We can provide you with one-to-one counselling to help you start to rebuild your confidence in a safe, confidential and non-judgemental environment.


  • Our counsellors – all women - students counsellers from University Campus Suffolk and Matrix. They are professional in giving women the specialist support you need to cope if you are feeling depressed, bad about yourself, confused and unsure about how to deal with the things happening in your life.


  • Phoebe counselling gives you the time and space to talk, in confidence.

Please call us on - 01473 231566 to book an appointment.

ESOL Skills for Life: Entry 2
Thursday, 24 January 2019
Exam Structure SummarySpeaking & Listening (Oral interview with Trinity examiner)1. Individual Component (up to 8 mins) Task 1: Exchange of information about daily routine, study, work (up to 3 mins) Task 2: Short account of recent past activity (up to 2 mins) Task 3: Role play – making requests (up to 3 mins) 1. Group Component (up to 10 mins) Task... Read more...
girls information
Friday, 25 January 2019
In today’s society, 6 out of 10 girls are concerned with the way they look and as a result will opt out of participating fully in day-to-day activities such as swimming, visiting the doctors and going to school. Moreover, 19% of teenage girls are overweight but 67% think they need to lose weight. Low self-esteem can cause young people to become excluded... Read more...
Shelter from Abuse
Thursday, 24 January 2019
Fleeing from domestic violence? We can help you and your children find a safe place We are committed to helping improve the lives of BME women and children suffering from domestic abuse. Our centre provides advice sessions and workshops run by specialists who can offer assistance relating to domestic violence cases, immigration status, health,... Read more...
Frequently Asked Questions by Immigrant Women Victims of Domestic Abuse
Thursday, 24 January 2019
"You have a right to be free from violence in your own home" PHOEBE has compiled the information from current guidance from the Home Office. For more information, please log on to their website www.gov.uk. What is Domestic Violence?Is your partner (husband, boyfriend, or "ex") extremely jealous and does he discourage you from speaking to friends or... Read more...

'A Helper of Many'

19, Tower Street

Citizen Advice Bureau Building

Ipswich, Suffolk



Telephone— 00 44 1473 231566