Police figures show that during football matches Domestic Abuse increases by 38% if the perpetrator’s team lose and there is still an increase of 26% if the perpetrator’s team win or draw.
We are working alongside Inspire East Lancs Substance Misuse Service and Pendle Community Safety Partnership to help spread awareness of Domestic Abuse across Pendle.
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WE NEED YOU! – We are on the lookout for Casual Homelessness Intervention Worker’s

If you are interested or require further details please contact Benjamin on 07860 702683 or email recruitment@p-a-c.org.uk for an application pack

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PAC COVID-19 Statement

As a charity, we have a Business Continuity Plan and have developed a Contingency Plan for responding to COVID-19 that we have now implemented. Some measures that we have taken include; Staff working from home where possible, increased communications with all staff and service users regarding government advice and support available, and complying with social distancing and increased hygiene, in all aspects of our work. We have also adopted additional support for our staff who are required to self-isolate.

We place the safety of our service users and staff at the forefront of our decisions and they remain our priority.
Referrals for our support are still being taken , and support already in progress is continuing and ongoing a – however where possible this is now delivered via telephone / digital based apps.
Our accommodation provision for homeless young people and victims of domestic abuse remains open and is staffed accordingly.

Training courses are unfortunately postponed until further notice.

We are still in the midst of the pandemic, with no timeframes currently specified as to when this may end. As such, we will continue to adapt as things progress.

Should you need to contact us as normal you can on the below telephone numbers however all our social media pages will be up to date with the latest information
PAC Central Team – 01282 227649
PDVI – 01282 227649
SafeSpace Pendle – 01282 619192 / Rossendale – 01706 212894

We wish you well during this unsettling period and keep safe.

We now offer LIVE CHAT Support.

PAC launches new live chat service.

Today, we have launched a new live chat service to support further those in need of our services.

Here at PAC we have been working hard to develop this tool to respond to the current circumstances to ensure that the people who need us can still contact us and engage with us safely and when they need us. Whilst we believe that the highest demand may be for domestic abuse support, this live chat is open in regards to any of our services and anyone contacting us will be responded to on the live chat accordingly by a professional.

The new service will initially be open between 10am–12noon, and 2pm-4pm Monday to Friday.

The chat is accessible directly on www.p-a-c.org.uk.




Love Local Expo

This week some of our members of staff had the pleasure of attending the lovelocalexpo event in Burnley. Lovelocal has a passion for creating connections with Lancashire businesses and strengthening networks across the county.

Fence Charity Ball 2019

We are very happy to announce that this year the Fence Charity Ball organisers have chosen us as their charity of choice.

Marc Kirker Sponsor

Marc has kindly pledged to give up drinking for not one but THREE months, to raise money for our project SafeSpace. Marc is a brilliant advocate of our charity and has shown his support at every opportunity. Thank you so much Marc for taking on this challenge for us!

21 Campaign

We are extremely happy to announce we have joined Amazon Smile. That means that you can keep supporting us without having to change the way you shop.

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We are extremely happy to announce we have joined Amazon Smile. That means that you can keep supporting us without having to change the way you shop.

How to keep your mental health, healthy

Your mental health is one of the most important things in life. Healthy mental wellbeing ensures you get the most of what life offers. Good mental health isn’t being in a constant state of happiness. Highs and lows are normal in life, it’s how we deal with them that contributes to good mental health.