Category: News

CEA Christmas Appeal 2022

We are asking for your help this Christmas. We are looking for any unopened & unwrapped toys, books, toiletries, gifts for adults and children. Please drop off unopened & unwrapped toys, books, toiletries and gifts to 21 Wellside Place, Falkirk FK1 5RL Monday to Friday inclusive between 9am and 5pm. If you prefer, we would […]

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CYP team On Safari

Our CYP Team were delighted to invite our families to attend a day trip to Blairdrummond Safari park this summer. This was our first trip since 2019 due to the pandemic so was an extremely special day and we loved seeing all the happy faces 😀 Almost 100 adults and children attended the day. A […]

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Welcome to the new CEA website

Today sees the launch of our new website. We are delighted to be able to highlight the work we do with adults and children who live in the Falkirk area, and to be continuing to support the community – as we have done since 1976. Please let us know what you think of our new […]

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Update For CEA Service Users

At CEA one of our core values is to put the safety of our clients, staff and partner agencies first. However, due to the unprecedented nature of the measures we are all having to take to protect ourselves from the COVID-19 virus, our service will have to make some changes in the way we will […]

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Scotland’s Domestic Abuse Act – 1 April 2019

Scotland’s Domestic Abuse Act came into being on 1 April 2019. The new Act makes all domestic abuse towards a partner, whether psychological or physical, a criminal offence. Offenders could face up to 14 years in prison. The Act redefines domestic abuse as a course of behaviour towards a partner intended to cause them harm, […]

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Scotland To Criminalise Psychological Abuse

The Scottish Government is bringing in a new Domestic Abuse Bill, with First Minister Nicola Sturgeon having included the legislation in her programme for government. Scotland will be one of the first countries in the world to criminalise psychological abuse, with Justice Secretary Michael Matheson condemning the “pernicious, coercive and controlling behaviour” of perpetrators. Read […]

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