SHROPSHIRE DA SERVICES

Shropshire

Our Domestic Abuse Services within Shropshire include a range of holistic support for individuals who are or have perpetrated abuse within their relationships, their associated victims / survivors, and children.   All our services work together to compliment families where appropriate. 

Perpetrator Provisions

  • Support to children and young people affected by domestic abuse as victims at home.
  • Providing a safe space for them to talk in confidence and share their feelings.
  • Putting the child or young person at the centre of the intervention tailoring this to be holistic. Understand and explore their needs and concerns.
  • Support structured through a care plan, with the underpinning principles to reduce the impact of domestic abuse on children and young people.
  • Advocating for children and young people with other agencies to ensure their voice is heard and feelings respected.
  • Support ad activities to improve emotional wellbeing, confidence, self-esteem, resilience and coping strategies, developing protective factors and positive relationships, including that with parents and carers.

Victims & Survivors Support

  • All associated victims and survivors are offered a tiered, flexible and holistic package of support that meets their needs. 
  • Support to increase safety and manage risk. 
  • Support to engage with agencies and professionals proactively and other services of benefit, improving outcomes.  
  • The service will advocate for victims and survivors in settings whereby their experiences may be invalidated or unheard. 
  • Provide emotional support, empowerment, and practical support.

Children and Young People Services

  • Support to children and young people affected by domestic abuse as victims at home. 
  • Providing a safe space for them to talk in confidence and share their feelings. 
  • Putting the child or young person at the centre of the intervention tailoring this to be holistic. Understand and explore their needs and concerns.
  • Support structured through a care plan, with the underpinning principles to reduce the impact of domestic abuse on children and young people.
  • Advocating for children and young people with other agencies to ensure their voice is heard and feelings respected.
  • Support ad activities to improve emotional wellbeing, confidence, self-esteem, resilience and coping strategies, developing protective factors and positive relationships, including that with parents and carers.
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