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Outreach This citywide outreach service works with men and women who are experiencing domestic abuse, when they are still in an abusive relationship, attempting to leave or have already left. We provides a flexible, professional and responsive support service in a range of community settings.…
Action Domestic Abuse Service provide a range of FREE courses on domestic abuse, specifically for people working in Sheffield.
This emergency care alarm service allows people to get help when they are in difficulty, helping people to remain safe, secure and independent in and around their homes. A portable alarm button, which can be worn in six different ways and a unit with a…
Counselling & Psychotherapy
Jill Wales is a highly experienced BACP Accredited Counsellor in Sheffield. Experienced in working with anxiety, panic, depression, trauma, grief, anger, abuse and addiction. Effective, online counselling, pending face to face. Any enquiries please call 07891 791 233 to explore.
The Emergency Planning Shared Service works with professional partners to ensure Sheffield and Rotherham are fully prepared for a major emergency or business disruption. The team can provide information on preparing your home, your business and your community. Go In, Stay In, Tune In! In…
Mums in Need offers support for mums who have left mentally abusive relationships. The aim of the support is to help mums to feel more confident and in control of their situation and gain an understanding of exactly what you can do to help yourself and your children. MIN can provide you with the life skills you need so you can overcome your fears and find a way through the abuse.
Safe Places aims to support vulnerable people to feel safe when they are out and about in Sheffield. If someone needs help, for example they are lost, ill or frightened, then they can enter the nearest safe place to get help.
YWHP is a specialist support project that provides therapeutic support and safe, supported accommodation for young women (aged between 16 and 25 years) and their children who have been affected by/or who are vulnerable to abuse, incl. sexual abuse, sexual exploitation and domestic violence.