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Male Domestic Abuse Services, Birmingham

Our male domestic abuse services in Birmingham provides community-based floating support for male victims of domestic abuse, and offers additional support for those at risk of homelessness.

About our Male Domestic Abuse Services, Birmingham

Domestic abuse can affect anyone. Male domestic abuse is often not reported with half of male victims not telling anyone they are experiencing domestic abuse.

Does your partner stop you seeing friends, do they control you, does your partner’s behaviour make you feel scared? If so, don’t suffer in silence. Everyone should feel safe and you don’t have to deal with domestic abuse alone.

Cranstoun Birmingham can help. Our service assists male victims and survivors of domestic abuse, as well as female. We work in partnership with Trident and other Birmingham agencies/services to ensure coordinated specialist male support including:

  • assessments, information and advice
  • welfare, debts, housing and planning advice
  • advice and support to stay safe and free from harm. Community outreach and services for the most vulnerable and hard to reach groups
  • access to Education, Training and Employment (ETE) services via our PURE provision and life skills development
  • connection to community resources including social activities and wellbeing support

We work with men aged 18+ affected by domestic abuse with a local connection to Birmingham. Cranstoun uses the Respect toolkit, a specialist resource, to support frontline workers in their work with male victims (in heterosexual or same-sex relationships).

If you would like to send a referral, have any questions, or would like to know more about how we can support, please contact us at birminghamadmin@cranstoun.org.uk or 0121 633 1750. We provide flexible support at times and venues to suit you.

Colin reached out to our male domestic abuse services for support. Read Colin’s story.

Cranstoun Birmingham has empowered many clients to make positive changes to live healthier and safer lives. Have a look at some client quotes kindly contributed by the people we work with.

Supporting Gay Pride

We are proud supporters of Gay Pride. In May 2023 our staff distributed information leaflets at the Birmingham Pride event, and chatted to people in the crowd to raise awareness of our services to support males experiencing domestic violence.

 

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Birmingham, Male Domestic Abuse Services

Birmingham, Male Domestic Abuse Services

Ashted Lock
Dartmouth Middleway
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

birminghamadmin@cranstoun.org.uk

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