‘Following a formal tender process, LimeCulture has been awarded a contract by the Independent Inquiry into Child Sexual Abuse to provide support services for victims and survivors attending the Inquiry’s Truth Project in the north east.
LimeCulture will use the resources of ARCH North East to provide support workers and counsellors for the Truth Project which is due to start in the region later this month.
In accordance with our terms of reference, the Truth Project will give victims and survivors of child sexual abuse a chance to share their experiences with the Inquiry. It will also provide the Inquiry with a clearer picture of the nature, scope and scale of child sexual abuse in England and Wales’.
Stephanie Reardon, Joint CEO of LimeCulture said today “We are delighted to begin working in partnership with Arch North East to provide support to those sharing their experience with the Inquiry via the Truth Project in the North East. We are also thrilled to have been awarded this second contract with the Inquiry. We are already working hard with our partner RASA to deliver support to those attending the Truth Project in the North West region and are looking forward to working in the North East too. The Truth Project is an incredibly important initiative and we hope that victims and survivors of child sexual abuse feel able to come forward in the knowledge they will have access to high quality support if they need or want it in these two regions”