No one should experience domestic abuse. Everyone has the right to feel safe, protected and empowered. At Cranstoun, we are here to help, we are here to empower and we’re here to challenge and change abusive behaviour.
Why Cranstoun helps
Domestic abuse is a crime. All people should feel safe in their homes and communities, and all people can feel safe in their homes and communities. No one deserves to experience violence, emotional abuse, financial abuse or any form of controlling, harmful behaviour. Here at Cranstoun, your safety, mental health and physical wellness is of our utmost concern and our compassionate, experienced and dedicated domestic abuse team are here to support you, your family and your community.
As well as being committed to supporting survivors, we are passionate about intervention for those who are displaying abusive behaviour. We feel it is crucial to engage with the root of the problem and do our bit to highlight, educate and transform.
With every person that comes forward, every family brought to safety and every perspective transformed for the better, we can create a safer world for everyone.
How Cranstoun helps
Domestic abuse can affect anyone. It is non-discriminatory and here at Cranstoun we understand that each case is unique and can be complicated. When you work with Cranstoun, we will focus on your and your family’s safety. This is our priority.
Cranstoun can offer the following:
- Assessment and support for victims and children
- Assessment and support for those engaged in abusive behaviour
- Support for children in schools
- Mentoring support for survivors (as well as uplifting groups for survivors to support one another)
- Behavioural change programmes
- Signposting to other relevant organisations
- Support for people seeking refuge
- Education, advice and resources
Your life is our priority, your safety is our priority and your happiness is our priority.
If you or someone you know is facing domestic abuse or is displaying abusive behaviour, please get in touch.
Below you’ll find our services.
Transform is a partnership led by Cranstoun that connects local organisations and professionals with those experiencing domestic abuse. This collective allows for the people of Sutton to receive an integrated and highly effective DA service.Learn More
Telford & Wrekin, Domestic Abuse Service
Telford & Wrekin Domestic Abuse Service is an integrated service that supports victims and children and delivers programmes that tackle the root cause of abusive behaviour. We are proud to work in partnership with West Mercia Women's Aid to deliver this service.Learn More
Birmingham, Domestic Abuse
Cranstoun provides community-based floating support to Birmingham residents at risk of homelessness, assisting them with housing and social-related issues. This includes those experiencing domestic abuse and those seeking refuge or alternative housing/support to move on from the domestic abuse they have suffered. We are an all-inclusive service for both male and female victims.Learn More
Birmingham Housing Solutions
The Domestic Abuse Housing Solutions & Support Service is available to survivors of domestic abuse, with or without children, needing to access support, advice and accommodation with the aim of preventing or relieving homelessness.Learn More
Wokingham Domestic Abuse Service
Wokingham Domestic Abuse Service is an integrated service that supports victims and children and delivers programmes that tackle the root cause of abusive behaviour. Click here to find out how we can support you.Learn More
Inspire to Change, South Yorkshire
Inspire to Change has been designed to help participants learn new skills and find better ways to manage and control abusive behaviour. It encourages participants to think and behave more positively to prevent harm to their partner, children and family in the future.Learn more
London Perpetrator Services
Cranstoun run programmes across London that tackle the root cause of abusive behaviour. Click here to find out how we can support you.Learn more
Restart provides early intervention for perpetrators causing harm in families, working with Children’s Social Care, to prevent continued abuse. Where needed, access to accommodation may be provided for the perpetrator, to increase family safety.Learn more
DRIVE Domestic Abuse Services
Cranstoun deliver the DRIVE programme across S Glos, N Somerset and Bristol to tackle the root cause of abusive behviour and challenge perpetrator behaviour.Learn more
West Mercia Domestic Abuse Services
Cranstoun deliver the DRIVE programme across West Mercia and Men & Masculinities to tackle the root cause of abusive behviour and challenge perpetrator behaviour.Learn more
Men & Masculinities
The Men & Masculinities Programme is designed to support people who are aware that their behaviour is damaging or distressing within their relationships. We also work with female perpetrators and those in same sex relationships.Learn More
The Drive Project aims to reduce the number of children and adults becoming victims of domestic abuse, by deterring and challenging abusive behaviour.Learn More
Level Up is a Men & Masculinities Programme that is designed specifically for young people between the ages of 10 and 18.Learn More
Restart provides early intervention for perpetrators causing harm in families, working with Children’s Social Care, to prevent continued abuse. Where needed, access to accommodation may be provided for the perpetrator, to increase family safety.Learn More
Sikh Women’s Memorial, Birmingham
Cranstoun Birmingham Domestic Abuse team were invited to attend a Sikh women’s memorial on Monday 17th July at Centenary Square, Birmingham. Birmingham Leader Worker...Read More
National funding awarded to challenge high-risk domestic abuse perpetrators
Local councils and police have been awarded national funding to deliver the Drive Project, an initiative to challenge the behaviour of high-risk domestic abuse...Read More
New £1.5m Domestic Abuse Service Launches in Telford & Wrekin
Telford and Wrekin’s new specialist Domestic Abuse Support Service will launch this week (June 1), which will provide vital support to victim-survivors of domestic...Read More