Birmingham, Domestic Abuse
Our domestic abuse service in Birmingham provides community-based floating support for social-related issues and helps female and male victims of domestic abuse including those at risk of homelessness.
About Birmingham, Domestic Abuse
The Birmingham service assists victims and survivors of domestic abuse, both female and male, and empowers people to make positive changes. We offer specialist support for maintaining tenancy, avoiding homelessness and integrating safely into communities as well as the following services:
- Assessments, information and advice
- Housing advice, liaison and referral
- Community outreach
- Welfare benefits, debt relief and payment planning advice
- Access to Education, Training and Employment (ETE) services via our PURE provision
- Connection to community resources including social activities
- Flexible person-centred support and settlement assistance to identified service users
- Support to improve health and wellbeing
- Assistance to gain access to appropriate services
- Life skill development and goal setting to pursue aspirations
- Flexible support at times and venues which suit the service user
- Joint working with Trident and other agencies to ensure coordinated support
If you would like to send a referral, have any questions, or would like to know more about how we can support each other, please don’t hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0121 633 1750.
If you would like to find out more about our male domestic abuse support services in Birmingham please click here.
Birmingham Housing, Domestic Abuse
Ashted Lock Way
Birmingham B7 4AZ
Unfortunately, we are unable to see clients at our office location. Client appointments are arranged out in the community at a location to suit.
Appointments are available Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. (Excludes Bank Holidays).
0121 633 1750
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