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How we can help you!

It is important that if you believe someone close to you is in immediate danger of risk and harm by their abuser, then you must contact the police on 999.

 

Current Services

 

After receiving feedback from our service users, we are currently hard at work developing online services to support people affected by domestic abuse. During this time, we really appreciate your patience and we apologise for not being able to directly provide you with support and education around domestic abuse at your time of need. However, please follow our BLOG and social media (FACEBOOK, TWITTER and INSTAGRAM) for more information.

 

We really want to ensure we are providing a quality service to you so although our services are currently paused, our intentions are to still go ahead with educating people through our successful volunteer-led webinars. These are for everyone and anyone who wants to better understand the nature and extent of domestic abuse. The aim is to raise awareness of domestic abuse among third parties, provide insight and knowledge, and to improve participant's understanding of their role in helping people in a controlling, unhealthy, abusive relationship. The topics covered in the webinars are:

 
  • What is domestic abuse?
  • Understanding the power and control in an abusive relationship
  • What might an abused person be feeling and experiencing?
  • Why doesn’t the unhappy victim leave?
  • Myths of domestic abuse
  • Service and organisations supporting victims/survivors
  • The webinar will last approximately an hour with the opportunity to ask any questions at the end.

 

Future Services

 

We are developing easily accessible online support via a variety of channels, so please watch this space for updates! We apologise that during this stage of our development, we are unable to offer direct support to you.