Women's Aid provide help and support if you are experiencing domestic abuse/violence, please click on the links below for more information:
Your legal rights
Helping your children
Health and well being
Information and support from Men's Advice Line:
Please visit The Hideout for help and support about domestic abuse/violence and the effect it has on children:
Please visit The Hideout for help and support about domestic abuse/violence and the effect it has on young people:
Refuge provide help and support if you are experiencing domestic abuse/violence and are looking for somewhere to stay, please click on the links below for more information:
Visit the Women's Aid website and join the Survivors’ Forum, it is a safe, anonymous, space for women (over 18) who have been affected by domestic abuse/violence to share their experiences and support one another.
Visit the Women's Aid website to view the Survivor’s Handbook, it provides practical support and information for women experiencing domestic abuse/violence, with simple guidance on every aspect of seeking support.
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The Freedom Programme is a 12 week programme that is open to any woman who wishes to:
For information and to book a place, contact our Family Connect team using the following details:
Telephone: 01952 385385
The parenting support section provides advice, support, tips and all aspects of parenting:
Parenting your child through Domestic Abuse
Are you interested in learning more about how domestic abuse has affected your child? Please contact:
Getting the right help at the right time - contact Family Connect now!
Health Visitors 0 - 5 years - helping parents with their under 5's
Freedom 12 Programme
Non emergencies West Mercia Police
Clare’s Law – the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme – is designed to provide victims with information that may protect them from an abusive situation before it ends in tragedy. The scheme allows the police to disclose information about a partner’s previous history of domestic violence or violent acts.
This leaflet is for you if you are in a relationship and you are worried that your partner may have been abusive in the past.