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    YPAS - Domestic Abuse Therapy Service

      The Domestic Abuse Therapy service provides therapy to children and young people who have been affected by the impact of domestic abuse in the family home. Children and young people who use the service are referred directly from the early help hub and have…
  2. South Liverpool Domestic Abuse Services

    We offer free and accessible support to women who experience or have experienced domestic violence or abuse.  Including: telephone and face to face support, emotional and practical support, theraputic programmes, stressbusting or self-esteem courses, freedom programmes and activity groups at our Garston venue and local community buildings.…
  3. Liverpool Domestic Abuse Service (LDAS)

    Our aim is to Protect, Support and Empower women and girls who suffer from domestic abuse, to live safe independent lives. Service offering advice and support to women experiencing or who have experienced domestic abuse. We offer support to women in order to keep them…
  4. PSS Ruby Domestic Abuse Service

    PSS Ruby Service is a domestic abuse service for victims living in Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley and St Helens. We can offer practical and emotional support to victims from a highly skilled and trained team of domestic abuse practitioners. We’ll support you to make positive choices that are right for…
  5. Voice for Change Domestic Violence Support

    Subject to an Initial Discussion, we offer practical and emotional support for male/female/LGBTQ+ victims/survivors of domestic abuse , whether past or present.  We also offer support to parents or carers affected where there is conflict and sometimes to other persons.  A free 15 to 20 week Domestic…
  6. Welfare Questions about Domestic Abuse and Honour Based Violence

    Home should be a place of safety, but lockdown measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19 mean that victims of domestic abuse may be trapped at home with abusive partners. Children are the silent victims of domestic abuse. With no schools open, they are also…
  7. Merseyside Domestic Violence Service Ltd

    MDVS works hard  to support families experiencing domestic violence. We take  new referrals and self-referrals and encourage services and individuals to come forward for support. From 2022 we are launching our Make a Change which forms part of our whole family approach which encompasses all…
  8. ManKind Initiative

      The ManKind Initiative is a national charity (registered in 2001)  providing help and information to male victims of domestic abuse, their friends and family members.    Our helpline is manned by trained people who give information and support on all aspects of domestic abuse…
  9. The Children's Freedom Project

    The Children's Freedom Project is an organisation working with children and young people whose lives have been affected in some way by the issues related to domestic violence. Our service provides support for children age 5 - 15 years. We deliver Domestic Abuse Recovery Together…
  10. You & Me, Mum (Speke)

    Referral required You and Me, Mum is a 10 week programme for mothers with experiences of domestic & sexual abuse. It aims to empower and support survivors in furthering their understanding of their role as mothers and in addressing the needs of children & young…