Domestic Violence Prevention Programmes

The Hampton Trust delivers a range of interventions in Hampshire, Southampton and the Isle of Wight

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Working in partnership with Police to deliver workshops as a conditional caution

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Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) Service

A Service for Isle of Wight residents, aged 18+ following abuse, sexual violence and exploitation

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Women and Desistance Engagement programme is an innovative programme to tackle the root cause of offending for women in the criminal justice system

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Safelives Drive

Working in partnership with Safelives, Social Finance and Respect UK to deliver West Sussex Drive

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Safelives Connect

Working in partnership with The YOU Trust and Aurora New Dawn across West Sussex to deliver Safelives Connect

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Young Adults and Relationships

Specialised domestic abuse interventions for 16-24 year olds

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Project Gateway

Conditional Cautions for young adults involved in crime and anti-social behaviour in Southampton

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Supporting Young People to address Adverse Childhood Experiences

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A 6-week group work programme for children aged 7-11 who have experienced fear and distress caused by domestic abuse in their home

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Case Studies

See for yourself how the work of The Hampton Trust has transformed lives for the better

I am now in the position of steadily rebuilding my life

X was referred to work with the Hampton Trust back in December 18, where he was invited to attend an assessment to go onto the ADAPT programme. From the offset X was agitated with the referral. He was accepted at the assessment and agreed to work on the programme. For the first few months, X […]

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I have the skills to manage things better now

Z was referred to The Hampton Trust via Childrens Service’s due to abusive behaviour towards his partner. During assessment Z explored his relationship acknowledging elements of his behaviour he was unhappy with. Following assessment Z elected to attend ADAPT where he fully engaged with the process. During sessions Z disclosed incidents of abusive behaviour such […]

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No longer disruptive in class and is engaging in school curriculum

When S joined the LINX programme He was consistently distracted, disruptive and displayed a very poor self-image. In spite of this he demonstrated a keen interest in the ‘Empathy Wall’ and was able to understand, by the end of the programme, how his experiences, feelings and actions were intrinsically linked. S started to recognise that […]

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Accessing additional support to make changes

C received a Conditional Caution to attend CARA. During the CARA sessions C engaged well and was reflective about his circumstances. He recognised stressors in his relationship associated to his habitual drug dependency and that he wanted to get help. C also disclosed childhood sexual abuse and recognised that he needed help to address this. […]

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