Bury

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web: www.bury.gov.uk


Safenet

  • Name of service: Safenet Domestic Abuse Services
  • Opening hours: 24 hours
  • Contact number: 03003033581
  • Contact email: [email protected]
  • Website: www.safenet.org.uk   
  • Who they support: Men, Women, BAMER, children (16 and under), LGBT, No Recourse to Public
  • What forms of abuse they support with: Domestic Abuse & Violence, Sexual Abuse & Violence, So called ‘Honour Based Violence’, Forced Marriage, Female Genital Mutilation, Stalking
  • Description of service:   Outreach service & IDVA service
  • what they offer: Outreach, Advocacy, group work, Drop-ins, Advice, Accommodation services with support. Training to external agencies            
  • Support offered via: Face to Face, Telephone, Live chat, Email, Video link       

WHAG

  • Name of service: WHAG
  • Opening hours: 8am – 11pm
  • Contact number: 01706718180
  • Contact email: [email protected]
  • Website: www.whag.info   
  • Who they support: Men, Women, young parents 16-25 year old
  • What forms of abuse they support with: Domestic Abuse & Violence       
  • Description of service: WHAG support homeless women aged 18+ in our female only accommodation project and provide resettlement once they move on from the accommodation. We also provide floating support in the Rochdale, Middleton and Heywood area to women living in their own property who are struggling with housing/benefit issues. We have supported accommodation for young parents aged16-21 and provide floating support to both male and female up to the age of 25 through the young parents service. We are currently delivering a complex needs service for women through ABEN, this service provides women with emergency accommodation for between 3 and 21 days (referrals for the ABEN service need to come through from Homelessness). We deliver the Recovery Toolkit and Freedom programme in both Rochdale and Bury. We provide wellbeing and activity drop in sessions across the borough in 3 community centres. Please visit our website for further information on all the services we have available               
  • what they offer: Outreach, Counselling, group work, Drop-ins, Advice, Supported Housing
  • Support offered via:  Face to Face, Telephone, Live chat, Email  

Independent Choices Greater Manchester

  • Name of service: Greater Manchester Domestic Abuse Helpline
  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10am-4pm
  • Contact number: 0800 254 0909
  • Contact email: [email protected]
  • Website: www.domesticabusehelpline.co.uk
  • Who they support: Men, Women, BAMER, LGBT & No Recourse to Public Funds
  • What forms of abuse they support with: Domestic Abuse & Violence, Sexual Abuse & Violence, So called ‘Honour Based Violence’, Forced Marriage, Female Genital Mutilation, Stalking
  • Description of service: A confidential helpline for anyone supporting or is experiencing domestic abuse, we provide emotional and practical support including all options available and safety planning. We have access to all the refuges in the UK. We provide this service in Urdu & Punjabi and for other languages we use interpreters.
  • what they offer: Advocacy & Advice
  • Support offered via:  Telephone & Email

Greater Manchester Rape Crisis

  • Name of service: Greater Manchester Rape Crisis    
  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday 10 am to 4 pm. Wedensday and Thursday evenings 6pm to 9pm
  • Contact number: 0161 273 4500
  • Contact email: [email protected]
  • Website: https://www.manchesterrapecrisis.co.uk/        
  • Who they support: Women
  • What forms of abuse support with: Sexual Abuse & Violence
  • Description of service: GMRC provides information and support to women who have experienced rape or sexual abuse whether as a child or an adult, no matter how long ago it happened and whether or not it has been reported to the police.
  • What they offer: Helpline, counselling and ISVA services Group work, ISVA service, Helpline, specialist South Asian Women’s service
  • Support offered via:  Face to Face, Telephone, email and video counselling

TRC Sexual Abuse & Rape Support Greater Manchester

  • Name of service: Helpline & face-to-face counselling
  • Opening hours: Helpline Tuesday & Thursday 6 -9pm Sunday 3 – 6pm
  • Contact number: 0161 647 7559
  • Contact email: [email protected]
  • Website: https: //traffordrapecrisis.com/  
  • Who they support: Women, BAMER, LGBT
  • What forms of abuse support with: Sexual Abuse & Violence
  • Description of service: Face-to face counselling service for women age over 18 who have experienced sexual violence at any time in their life.
  • What they offer: Helpline, counselling 
  • Support offered via:  Face to Face, Telephone, email 

LGBT Foundation

  • Name of service: LGBT Domestic Abuse Service
  • Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm
  • Contact number: 03453303030
  • Contact email: [email protected]
  • Website: https://lgbt.foundation/domesticabuse            
  • Who they support: LGBT
  • What forms of abuse support with: Domestic Abuse & Violence
  • Description of service: Our domestic abuse service offers support to individuals who are currently at risk of, or have previously experienced domestic abuse whether this is from a partner, ex-partner, or family member. This service provides practical help and advice, and emotional support for those who have been, or currently are experiencing domestic abuse. Our 1:1 casework support can help with areas like safety planning, power and control, healthy relationships, boundaries, consent, health and wellbeing, and assertive communication. Practical Housing Advice- For those who are at risk of homelessness, or who are currently homeless due to domestic abuse, we can offer practical housing advice. This would include 1:1 sessions with a domestic abuse caseworker where you will be offered advice and guidance around benefits, housing options, safety and budgeting to ensure long term security.
  • what they offer: Advice
  • Support offered via:  Telephone

Olive Pathway

  • Name of service: Domestic Violence & Gender Based Violence (GBV) Specialist Service
  • Opening hours: 9-4pm
  • Contact number: 07958659203  
  • Contact email: [email protected]
  • Website: www.olivepathway.org.uk       
  • Who they support: Women
  • What forms of abuse they support with:  Domestic Abuse & Violence
  • Description of service: Olive Pathway provides specialist support services to BME women victims and survivors of Domestic Violence and Gender Based Violence (GBV) within Greater Manchester. 
  • what they offer: Outreach
  • Support offered via:  Face to Face

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