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Safety Support Service

Individuals must be willing to provide details of their partner or ex partner prior to being accepted on to the programme.

The Safety Support Service provides support for individuals who’s (ex) partner is on the ADAPT and RADAR programme's. The Domestic Abuse Safety Advisor will make contact with the individual once a referral has been received for their (ex) partner.

The support for  is aimed at:

  • Increasing  physical safety, emotional and psychological well-being.
  • Providing  information about the programme
  • Providing opportunities to develop insight and understanding about domestic abuse.
  • Helping to manage the changes that may occur as a result of the programme.
  • Promoting realistic expectations regarding (ex) partners attendance on the programme.
  • Offering information, advice and guidance sensitively.
  • Empowering the individual to make informed choices.
  • Providing information on specialist services within the local area.

Support is offered mainly through telephone contact, although individual meetings can be arranged. Referrals to other suitable agencies can be made if required.

If there is enough interest within a local area a weekly support group may be available.

Feel safe at home. Follow our 'Keep Safe' plan

A personal safety plan is a way of helping to protect you and your children against abuse in the home. 

It will help you to think about how you can increase your safety either within the relationship or if you decide to leave.
 

View our stay safe plan today

20 Domestic Abuse Warning Signs

Read our list of common behaviours, traits and beliefs which are evident in abusive personalities.

n.b Not all abusive people show the same traits and often the abuser will initially try to explain his/her behaviour as signs of his/her love and concern.  Click through to find out more.

Domestic Abuse Warning Signs

I Miss You Poem

Click here to read a beautiful poem written by a Hampshire Mother of four who was a domestic abuse victim and member of our Women's Support Group.
 

Read the Poem