Professor Pamela Cox, a Historian and Sociologist at the University of Essex, evaluated our Mpower service and the Positive Choices service over 18 months in 2014-15. Mpower offers emotional support to women who have had at least one child removed from their care.
Ormiston Families’ Breaking Barriers service is making a valued contribution to the improvement of children’s emotional well-being, a new report has found.
Breaking Barriers intervened with Jeremy* when he was 10 years old, following his father being sent to prison.
We are extremely grateful to Dayspring Community Choir for raising a fantastic £2,000 for Ormiston Families.
Join us for a day of fun at our annual golf competition, The Ormiston Classic, on Thursday 27th April.
Ever fancied setting yourself a challenge?
We marked the 35th anniversary of Ormiston Families at a special ‘Celebrate Success’ awards ceremony in Cambridge.
Just last month our domestic violence ‘Cope and Recover’ programme, featured on BBC Look East
Firstly, I was delighted to finally see the unveiling of the therapeutic art project mural
Local runners gear up for marathon weekend in aid of Ormiston Families
All of the exciting events we have coming up. Particularly, our flagship event, Walk with a Fork