About the service
If you are 18 years or over, male or female, living in the Three Rivers area and you are concerned about your behaviour towards a partner, ex partner or family member, there is support available. This support comes from people who understand the dynamics of abuse and who support those who want to make a positive change in their behaviour. Our service will provide a non-judgemental, open and empathetic support service.
You can speak to us in confidence and we will listen, offer advice, information and practical help to support you to make a positive change in your behaviour.
Our domestic abuse prevention caseworker will offer you an easy-to-access, high quality service providing a range of support based on your needs and wishes.
We will listen to you without judgement and explore options available to you, helping you to make positive changes at a pace that is right for you. Our support worker will work through practical issues you may be experiencing as well as working through the damaging behaviour that is present in order to promote a positive change.
We will help you to liaise with other professionals and services that may be involved, offering signposting and onward referrals to appropriate services.
We can provide one-to-one support in the community or at one of our centres within the local community that is agreed with you.
How can we help?
We will build our support around your needs, to support you with goals that are most important to you . We will work with you to develop an individually tailored support plan to meet the needs that you identify. This may include:
- Emotional and practical help
- Advice, information and support planning tailored to your needs
- Offering a safe place to challenge any destructive or damaging behaviour and working to present alternate options as well as working to make a positive change in this behaviour
- Signposting to other relevant agencies
- Liaising with other services and professionals to support and advocate whilst never justifying or trivialising the damaging behaviour
- Providing support at meetings with relevant agencies
- Liaison with other agencies such as housing, social services, solicitors, police etc