Have you experienced domestic abuse?
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We can help you explore concerns for yourself or a loved one about unhealthy relationships and offer 1-2-1 help,  peer support and recovery programmes for women who are experiencing or have experienced Domestic Abuse

We also provide a platform that enables the voices of survivors to influence service provision - we ensure that you are heard and that your experiences count.

Learn more about how we raise Your voice for change.

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Your voice for change

Our experience-based insights and guidance are helping to shape better services.

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What is domestic abuse?

Any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive, threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between those aged 16 or over who are, or have been, intimate partners or family members regardless of gender or sexuality.

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This service has saved my mental health and has provided a safe service whilst helping with coping mechanisms for the future.

- Lena

Latest news

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A campaign for safe spaces in the community

UK Says No More campaigns nationally to provide safe spaces in the community and in businesses.

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A VOICES team member gives their perspective on safe spaces

A member of the VOICES team gives their perspective on the importance of creating spaces that feel safe.

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Why aren’t family courts safe places for domestic abuse survivors?

The family courts have not been places where victims and survivors of domestic abuse have felt safe, but VOICES is working to help change this, as our CEO explains.