The last few months have been a busy time for Eden’s design team, including the design and development of an entirely new website for CEA (Committed to Ending Abuse). CEA are a fully inclusive service committed to ending all forms of abuse. The organisation provides support and advice to anyone regardless of age, beliefs, ethnicity, faith, gender, sexual orientation and race.
Eden’s involvement with CEA started in 2015, working closely with the in-house team to create a new name and brand identity, applying this to signage, stationery, publications, and online settings.
CEA was originally established in 1976 as Falkirk & District Women’s Aid, part of the Scottish Women’s Aid network along with Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dundee. In the last forty-five years, the organisation has grown from strength to strength. Rsponding to changing social, political and economic climates, and adapting services to reflect changing needs.
The range, depth and diversity of CEA’s experience, including work with multi-cultural multi-ethnic audiences, required a more extensive website with a refreshed look and feel. The new and full bespoke site features in-built key-page translations in multiple languages, and profiles CEA’s specialist services for Adults, Children and Young People of all gender identities. The site also features CEA’s specialist Advocacy services for people aged twelve to eighteen, and their specialist training and community services. Professionals and service users are able to confidentially submit referrals to CEA via the website.
CEA are the only charity in Scotland offering this kind of specialised support to people in custody, working with all aspects of domestic abuse. Through their work within HMPYOI Polmont, CEA support all individuals who have; witnessed domestic abuse in childhood, been victims/ survivors of domestic abuse in their relationships, or who identified as having controlling behaviours in relationships.
CEA is a registered Scottish Charity who are Cyber Essentials verified and Safe Lives Leading Light accredited. CEA was awarded LBGT Youth Scotland Silver Charter in 2016. The team are currently undertaking the Gold Chartermark, reflecting the support CEA’s fully trained staff provide to survivors of domestic abuse in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community.
Find out more about the amazing work of the CEA team by browsing the new website here:https://cea.uk.com.