This range of TALK Toolkits has been designed to encourage discussion and raise awareness of various themes associated with domestic abuse. Some of them are intended to be a practical resource and others can be used in a school or group setting. They can also be used to promote healthy discussion at home with your children when an abusive relationship has ended. All the toolkits are free to download.
This toolkit has been developed to provide BAME (Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic) communities living in the UK with resources to identify the help and support available to keep them safe and protected from domestic abuse.
Building Healthy Futures
This pack is an educational toolkit for the benefit of children of primary age and is a resource for primary schools to help inform, explore and manage the impact of domestic violence and abuse. It is intended to encourage discussion and debate to increase safety, confidence and identity as well as aiding emotional awareness and positive relationships.
Encouraging Healthy Contact
This toolkit has been designed to support and inform parents; to aid them to help children and young people understand and manage the difficulties of contact after domestic and sexual abuse. It is intended to encourage exploration, discussion and debate; to aid understanding, increase safety and security, as well as build confidence and emotional awareness in parents and their children.
Exploring Healthy Relationships
This pack is an educational toolkit, developed with young people for the benefit of young people, and is for use as a resource to help prevent domestic abuse and encourage discussion and debate around healthy relationships and self-esteem.
Housing: More Than Just A Roof
This toolkit has been designed to help you navigate the (often rather jargon-filled) world of housing choices.
We understand that the transition from primary to secondary school can be both exciting and nerve-wracking. Starting secondary school is a great opportunity to meet new people and build new relationships. The most important message we hope you take away from this toolkit is that you are never alone.
We know that if you consistently try something new for 21 days you create a habit. How wonderful would it be to create a habit of self-care, improve your well-being, self-worth and self-esteem? We really want you to get there and this little book is here to make it easier for you - designed to be carried around, picked up and put down when you need to. There are lots of ideas for you to take your journey further and many reasons to celebrate being you.
These toolkits have been reproduced with the kind permission of Splitz Support Service.
Guide for parents of LGBT+ children
The Ministry of Defence's LGBT network, along with other LGBT allies from across defence, have launched a new guide for military and civilian parents of LGBT+ children.