The Cassandra Learning Centre is a registered charity based in Norbury, London SW16 which focuses on domestic violence and abuse amongst young people.
The charity was set up in 2007 after the tragic murder of Cassandra McDermott by her ex-boyfriend. Cassandra was only 19 years old.
The charity aims to raise awareness and educate both young men and women about the risks and signs of domestic violence and abuse and to offer much needed support to those in need of assistance.
- Case work support for young people
- Referrals depending on need
- Risk Assessments
- Drop in sessions
- Training for professionals
- Mentoring sessions
- Coffee and chat mornings
- Homework hub
- Autism support group
- Workshops in schools, colleges, prisons and other settings
We now have a fantastic space in Norbury with specialist rooms for counselling, one-to-one work, group-work and we have a dedicated space for young people to get support and relax.