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Wokingham Domestic Abuse Service

Wokingham Domestic Abuse service is an integrated service for victims and children that delivers support throughout the Wokingham area. The Wokingham service also provides programmes to tackle perpetrator behaviour, treating the root cause of domestic abuse.

About Wokingham Domestic Abuse Service

The Wokingham Domestic Abuse Service brings together an integrated range of programmes and interventions to support victims and survivors of domestic abuse. Programmes and services are delivered by highly experienced and skilled staff with unique skills in domestic abuse. We are dedicated to delivering the best support possible for the Wokingham community, and do so by providing the following:

  • Assessment and support for victims and children
  • Assessment and support for perpetrators
  • Refuge accommodation
  • Support related to domestic abuse for children and young people in schools
  • Targeting services to the most vulnerable and hard to reach groups
  • Working with health providers to establish referral pathways
  • Outreach victim/survivors case work
  • Support to children including both one to one and group support
  • Domestic abuse awareness including PSHE support and professional training
  • ‘Seeking Safety’ and ‘Freedom’ programmes, groups for victims and survivors

We are here to support you and your family.

If you or someone you know is in need of our services, have a look at our resources, our referral forms and our programmes to find the help you need.

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Wokingham Domestic Abuse Service

Wokingham Domestic Abuse Service

Waterford House
Erfstadt Court
Wokingham RG40 2YF

Open: Mondays to Fridays 9am to 5pm. Closed Bank Holidays.

Outside of these hours we have an out of hours service who will provide basic support and referral information.

0118 402 1921

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