Domestic Abuse Support

Delivered by The Daisy Project
  • Crisis support and emergency food

Our Support Workers (IDAA’s) use a Risk Assessment tool to allow them to discuss your particular level of risk with you as well as highlighting any potential issues around your safety. They will help you build a safety plan in order to stay as safe as you can within your current situation. We tailor our support to your particular needs and believe that there is no one solution for everyone. We believe you are unique and the support you receive should be the same. 

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