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Domestic Abuse

Westminster Male Victims Service

Cranstoun provides male domestic abuse services in the City of Westminster. We are an all-inclusive service for all male residents in Westminster experiencing abuse.

Domestic abuse can affect anyone. It is non-discriminatory and here at Cranstoun we understand that each case is unique. Cranstoun delivers the Male Victims Domestic Abuse Service in Westminster on behalf of Westminster City Council.

Cranstoun works with local organisations, each with unique skills and experience in domestic abuse, allowing us to deliver the best support possible for Westminster residents and community.

We offer early support to male victims of domestic abuse in the community. The service is free and offers practical help, supporting people to manage their lives and wellbeing including those with poor physical or mental health.

We provide ongoing personalised support in order to assist individuals to increase their safety and improve their health and wellbeing outcomes.

We offer a range of immediate safety and support advice emotional support as well as provide a 12 week programme trauma informed programme ‘FORTIS’.

  • assessments, safety planning, information & advice
  • access to housing advice, liaison & referral
  •  access to welfare, debts & planning advice
  • access to education & training services
  • access to employment services
  • connection to the community & activities
  • services in your community
  • wellbeing support
  • access to other services
  • life skills development
  • access to legal advice
  • services for the most vulnerable and hard to reach groups
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Westminster Male Victims Service

Westminster Male Victims Service

We're available Monday to Friday 9am-5pm.

Our staff work with you on a range of platforms phone/online or at an accessible community organisation.

0203 326 8764

wmvs@cranstoun.org.uk

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