Domestic Abuse Needs A Voice

We provide training, resources and creative projects to educate schools and workplaces on how they can support survivors of domestic abuse.​

Statistics show that only around 5% of companies have a domestic abuse policy in place and even less offer training to HR, wellbeing teams and managers.

Nearly a quarter of your workforce will face some form of relationship abuse and this can have an affect on productivity and their ability to remain in work.

Most people facing domestic abuse are scared of losing their job due to lack of understanding by businesses.

We also believe that early  and appropriate education for young people prevents them entering into coercive controlling relationships in the future. Our creative projects

guide, signpost and educate young people on how to spot the signs and what to do should they be faced with difficult situations in relationships.


This is how we help…