Help

Online and Telephone Support

Virtual Domestic Abuse Support
Face to Face Support and Assessments
Practical Support
Emotional Support
Safety Planning
Risk Assessing
Advocacy
Referral Pathways
Barriers and Boundaries
Civil and Criminal Remedies
Interpreter Service
Immigration Advice Signposting

Domestic Violence Awareness Training

Group or One to One Training
Bespoke Faith Leadership Training
DV Champion Training
Hidden Harm Workshop
Hands-Free Workshop
Volunteers Training

Let’s Talk Relationships
No Taboo Subjects

Parenting Strategies for Challenging Behaviour

Teenage Years Help!
Strengthening Families, Strengthening Communities

Safeguarding Training & Policy Writing
Safeguarding for Vulnerable & ‘At Risk’

Safeguarding

Safeguarding is everyone’s responsibility
What is safeguarding
Why is it important
What is your responsibility
What is your organisational responsibility
What happens when we do not have or follow a safeguarding policy
Case Studies
Identify a Designated/Lead Safeguarding Instructor
Available resources
Policy Writing

Volunteer

Volunteers will trained in Domestic Abuse
Learn how to identify risk
Support or hold a small case load
Devise support plans
Case management
Administrative tasks
Group work
Learn to co facilitate training
Attend meetings
Job Description will be provided this subject to change depending on service requirements
References required
DBS required

Mentoring

Mentee’s packages are tailored to the needs of the mentee and organisation run up 6months
CV required
Interview required.
References required
DBS required
Other mentor packages are available with CEO & Founder – Veronica Simpson Elite Business Mentoring Programme – mention VS Elites Mentoring.

HelpLines

The National Domestic Helpline number
0800 2000 247
Respect for Male Victims
0808 802 4040
DVIP Perpetrator service
0207 633 9181
Yuva Young People’s Service
0208 741 8020

In an Emergency ? call 999, Non-Emergency 101
(We can support you through this process if appropriate)

RESOURCES

Support is client-led accordingly to ensure the autonomy of the client remains when making decisions. We have a list of resources that are available for our clients including, Non-Molestation Orders, Modern Slavery & Family Law.

BICC Referral Form

BICC Job Application Form

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