Restart, is a new domestic abuse service delivered by the Drive Partnership, Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA) and Cranstoun.
Restart, is a new domestic abuse service delivered by the Drive Partnership, Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance (DAHA) and Cranstoun. Restart keeps families safe at home by providing an effective early intervention throughout five London Boroughs, Camden, Croydon, Havering, Sutton and Westminster.
The programme provides training and support for children’s social care teams to recognise patterns of abusive behaviour as early as possible and to ensure specialist support for victims. This initiative will respond directly to the person causing harm before abuse continues or escalates.
Restart also provides support for housing teams in the development of new approaches to domestic abuse and family safety. This includes, where appropriate, access to accommodation pathways for the person causing harm in order to keep families safe at home whilst creating space for action and change.
Restart also uses specialist domestic abuse services to ensure access to dedicated support for victims and provide behaviour change intervention for perpetrators.
Alongside this, Restart delivers specialist ‘Safe & Together’ training for social workers to enable them to confidently identify perpetrators and support families.
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