The Support Centre provides a range of services to assist women and young people who have or are experiencing domestic abuse. We are centrally located and accept self-referrals. If you want to talk to someone to discuss your situation and options available to you then please contact us.
What does the Support Centre Offer?
Advice and information. We can give advise and information over the phone or we will make an appointment to discuss the services we can offer based on individual needs and situations.
Counselling service for Children and Adults
The Freedom Programme
Next Steps groupwork
Professional awareness training - CPD accredited
Advice for professionals
Young People's Project - groupwork and one to ones
Early Intervention Project
IRIS Project - working with GP practices
How to find us
43 Bradford Street
Monday,Tuesday and Wednesday
9am to 5pm
9am to 7pm
Friday 9am to 2pm
9am to 2pm
(Please note we are closed for lunch 12.15pm to 1.15pm Monday to Thursday)
Woman's Support Centre information to download
The dominator is his name, controlling women is his game.
Uses denial, blame and minimisation to control. They will deny that the abuse happened or blame their partner for causing the abuse. They may also mimimize the abuse by using the 'only' word.
Not a saint that we are seeing just a decent human being.