Links to other useful websites

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Western Cape

FAMSA

Families South Africa
www.famsawc.org.za
021 447 7951
Offers family and individual counselling support on a sliding scale as well as a domestic violence programme for perpetrators. Based in Observatory.

MOSAIC
www.mosaic.org.za
021 761 7585
Offers support to women who are being subjected to domestic violence and need to arrange a protection order or place of safety.

LIFELINE 24hr Counselling
021 461 1111
Whatever crisis you are having and feel desperate, give Lifeline a call, especially if you feel depressed or suicidal.

REHABCENTER.NET
Helpful links and resources to do with rehab can be found here.
http://www.rehabcenter.net/free-mental-health-addiction-resources/

DRUGREHAB.COM
This US organization provides information and answers for people fighting addiction. There are useful informational resources for those who are affected by drug and alcohol dependence.
https://www.drugrehab.com


THE RECOVERY VILLAGE
This US organization helps those struggling with substance abuse and co-occurring disorders.
Domestic violence and substance abuse are often intimately linked and occur simultaneously.
This website contains information on how to leave an abusive relationship, how to help a victim of domestic violence, and more.
https://www.therecoveryvillage.com/resources/domestic-violence/


WORKPLACE BULLYING GUIDE

Helpful information if you are being bullied in the workplace.
https://www.autoenrolment.co.uk/guides/workplace-bullying

USEFUL AND INTERESTING TED TALKS
TED talks are wonderful. In as little as 18 minutes you will get great insights and food for thought, as well as some practical ideas from experts.
We recommend the following for you to watch:

1. Why we all need to practice emotional first aid, by Guy Linch. 
2. The gift and power of emotional courage, by Susan David.
3. Listening to shame, by BrenĂ© Brown.

ANGER MANAGEMENT TIPS IF YOU WORK IN A STRESSFUL JOB
This link is courtesy of Steve Johnson from Workingthedoors in the UK who wrote this blog for those in the security business. This has some good tips, so please click 

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