What Does Right Of Place Do?
Supporting Survivors of Institutional Child Abuse and their Families
" Right of Place second chance is a vision and values driven organization which offers a professional service to its members. We support their entitlements and Rights by empowering them through the promotion of trust, respect and self confidence. We provide practical help and offer a forum for communication, information, validation, peer support and encouragement to all survivors who suffered as children in State run institutions."
What is Right of Place Second Chance's Vision?
- Right of Place is based upon a vision which says that the situation of Survivors and their families of start run institutions should be recognized and acknowledged by state and citizens through meaningful engagement with survivor's.
- Right of Place is committed to providing co-ordinated services which meet international best standards of excellence, and are built on evidence-based practice.
- Right of Place seeks to be an authoritative, experienced voice in influencing the drafting of public policy and strategy and in informing public opinion. Drawing on our members’ experiences.
- Right of Place communications will reflect the real position and real needs of those still struggling in their everyday lives as a result of their child hood trauma.
- Right of Place want an end to Social Isolation, Poverty and Homelessness for Survivors.
- Right of Place presents itself as a professional resource for consultation and training with agencies in the statutory and voluntary sector.
- Through our work we aim to highlight the continued need for supporting all survivors of state run Institutions and their extended families. It remains a core principle of Right of Place to change the attitude of Government and all statutory agencies who interact with this special group of Citizens.
- One to one meetings
- Membership and group approach
- Information on survivor support
- Information on general education, welfare and
- Network & peer support