Today, Friday 20 November 2020, NAPAC is announcing the publication of an update to our five-year strategic plan 2018-2023, which sets out our core purpose, priorities and milestones for the upcoming years.
The strategic plan builds on NAPAC’s principles of delivering survivor-centred, trauma-informed approaches to all support services and projects. Thanks to the ongoing investment from our funders and supporters, NAPAC will be able to continue providing vital telephone, email and online and services for survivors and those who support them.
The updated strategic plan reflects the achievements made since the plan was formed, and the new challenges and opportunities for the next three years. The key changes focus on the continued resilience of our survivor support services, enhancing provision of trauma-informed practice training for professionals, developing new support group models that enable more survivors to access them, and to further our advocacy and collaboration through learning, information, and widening access.
Gabrielle Shaw, NAPAC’s CEO, said:
“There have been significant changes since we first produced this strategic plan two years ago. NAPAC has adapted quickly and well to new challenges, particularly this year around the Covid-19 pandemic and its effects.
This means that we are even better equipped make a difference in the lives of adult survivors of childhood abuse, through services that support them, by standing up for them, and by spreading our expertise”.