We understand that acknowledging that your behaviour has been abusive is a very difficult thing to do and that this is the first step in a journey to create a healthy relationship. Our services have helped many people over the years improve their relationships and to avoid using abuse.
If you live in Hampshire, Southampton or the Isle of Wight then you are able to access our services. Once we receive your referral we will arrange an assessment appointment with you to work out what is the most helpful way forward. Following assessment, you will be offered the most appropriate intervention for your personal circumstances. We offer different types of group work and also intensive individual support if this is more suitable. During your first meeting with us we will explain your options. ADAPT is a group work programme that you might be offered a place on and below is an outline of this:
ADAPT (Accredited Domestic Abuse Prevention Training)
Our domestic violence prevention programme is a 20-week group work modular programme where individuals can join at the start of a new module to prevent long waiting lists. The sessions are designed to help you reflect on your relationship and the impact of your behaviour on yourself and others. It is designed to give you strategies and skills to build more respectful relationships. The group works on different aspects of violence and control, and on skills for better relationships and parenting.
Throughout your time with The Hampton Trust if you have concerns about anything you are able to access dedicated Mentors who can support you throughout the programme. Our mentoring service provides regular calls to all clients and can be accessed even after the intervention has been completed. Mentors are contactable all year round. For further support review our My Fair Arguing Guidelines and our Time out plan.
Integrated Victim Safety Service
When you access the service you must be willing to provide details of your current or ex-partner. A member of the team will then make contact to check in with them.
Where do we work?
When we receive your referral we will contact you to arrange an assessment interview (approximately 2 hours). This will be during office hours at a suitable location. At the end of the assessment, we will suggest the most appropriate pathway from our range of interventions. Our ADAPT groups run at the following locations:
Eastleigh – Tuesday evenings 18.15 to 20.15
Havant – Tuesday evenings from 18.15 to 20.15
Basingstoke – Thursday evenings from 18.15 to 20.15
Other interventions will be delivered in an agreed location.
How to refer?
To make a referral for yourself or a client you can complete a referral form today and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively you can complete the fields below.
It is important to note the following:-
- We cannot accept a referral for anyone who has an outstanding criminal charge
- We cannot accept a referral for anyone who has a Court Order with a requirement to complete Building Better Relationships with Probation
- All individuals being referred need to be available to attend a two hour appointment during office hours
- All referrals are made with the acknowledgement that The Hampton Trust will make contact with the partner/ex-partner of the person being referred
See for yourself how the work of the Hampton Trust has transformed lives for the better
Physical and verbal violence towards their family has ended
D was referred to LINX and displaying a lot of verbal and physical aggression towards a family member on a daily basis. Through engagement with LINX D spent time evaluating how his behaviour impacts both on himself and others. We also focused on D’s self-esteem and goal aspirations; and throughout our work we have paid […]
Taking steps to address his behaviour
A received a Conditional Caution to attend CARA. A had a history of drug and alcohol abuse and was living with his partner. They had a daughter and a were expecting a second child. A engaged positively throughout workshop A, he was honest about the incident leading to arrest and said that he wanted to […]
Accessing local services for additional support
D received a Conditional Caution to attend CARA. D had split from his partner and had continued to contact her following their separation even though she had asked him to stop. D arrived at workshop early and in a high state of anxiety. D disclosed being extremely frightened of what the workshop was about and […]
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. […]