Domestic Violence

Support for all dealing with domestic abuse from Calderdale Staying Safe

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Calderdale Staying Safe is here for any individual aged 16+ who experience domestic or relationship abuse.

Our service is free and confidential, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, disability, religion or ethnic origin.

A diverse, experienced and skilled staff of female and male advisers is here to listen and where necessary, signpost you to the right organisations.

If English isn’t your first language, we may have advisers who can speak your language or access a team of interpreters.

You do not have to suffer in silence

The service is open to female and male victims as well as members of the LGBTQ+ community.

Men can call 01422 323339 to make an appointment with a male victim support worker and can arrange a suitable venue at that time.

We know that is can be difficult for male victims to ask for support  but please reach out if you need help.”

For more information or to make an appointment please call us.

Calls are answered between 9am & 5pm. There is a voicemail facility to leave a message at other times.

 

Free Drop In sessions for Women every Wednesday 10-12noon at the Women Centre

 

These drop-in sessions focus on:

  • Domestic abuse support
  • Safety advice
  • Link to legal advice

VENUE : WomenCentre 23 Silver Street, Halifax, HX1 1JN

Please note: WomenCentre is a female only space.

 

 

Calderdale Staying Safe, Women Making Changes and Calderdale Counselling Team

Telephone: 01422 323339 

Support for Women dealing with domestic abuse from Calderdale Staying Safe

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Free Drop In sessions for Women every Wednesday 10-12noon at the Women Centre.

These drop-in sessions focus on:

  • Domestic abuse support
  • Safety advice
  • Link to legal advice

Download Here (PDF)

VENUE : WomenCentre 23 Silver Street, Halifax, HX1 1JN

Please note: WomenCentre is a female only space.

Men can call 01422 323339 to make an appointment with a male victim support worker and can arrange a suitable venue at that time.

For more information or to make an appointment please call us.

Calls are answered between 9am & 5pm. There is a voicemail facility to leave a message at other times

 

For anyone 16 and over, female or male who has experienced any form of Domestic Abuse, Calderdale Staying Safe can be of assistance.

Our service is free and confidential, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, disability, religion or ethnic origin.

A diverse, experienced and skilled staff of female and male advisers is here to listen and where necessary, signpost you to the right organisations.

If English isn’t your first language, we may have advisers who can speak your language or access a team of interpreters.

You do not have to suffer in silence

 

 

Calderdale Staying Safe, Women Making Changes and Calderdale Counselling Team

Telephone: 01422 323339 

Advice Drop In Sessions for Women dealing with Domestic Abuse at the Women Centre

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Free Drop In sessions for Women every Wednesday 10-12noon at the Women Centre.

These drop-in sessions focus on:

  • Domestic abuse support
  • Safety advice
  • Link to legal advice

Download Here (PDF)

VENUE : WomenCentre 23 Silver Street, Halifax, HX1 1JN

Please note: WomenCentre is a female only space.

Men can call 01422 323339 to make an appointment with a male victim support worker and can arrange a suitable venue at that time.

For more information or to make an appointment please call us.

Calls are answered between 9am & 5pm. There is a voicemail facility to leave a message at other times

 

For anyone 16 and over, female or male who has experienced any form of Domestic Abuse, Calderdale Staying Safe can be of assistance.

Our service is free and confidential, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, disability, religion or ethnic origin.

A diverse, experienced and skilled staff of female and male advisers is here to listen and where necessary, signpost you to the right organisations.

If English isn’t your first language, we may have advisers who can speak your language or access a team of interpreters.

You do not have to suffer in silence

 

 

Calderdale Staying Safe, Women Making Changes and Calderdale Counselling Team

Telephone: 01422 323339 

Expression of Interest for Funding to Delivery Services Tackling Violent Crime

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Calderdale’s Community Safety Partnership:
Expression of Interest for Funding to Delivery Services Tackling Violent Crime

Calderdale’s Community Safety Partnership (CSP) has been allocated funding at a borough level following the successful award from the Home Office to the West Yorkshire Violence Reduction Unit (VRU). The awarded funding for 2022/23 to the VRU from the Home Office is to support a programme of interventions across West Yorkshire to contribute towards the following:

  1. A reduction in hospital admissions for assaults with a knife or sharp object and especially among those victims aged under 25.
  2. A reduction in knife-enabled serious violence and especially amongst those victims aged under 25, and 
  3. A reduction in all non-domestic homicides and especially amongst those victims aged under 25 involving knifes.

Calderdale CSP has been allocated funds from the VRU for the purpose of delivering a local programme of interventions in quarters 3 and 4 (September 2022– March 2023), and in doing so contribute to the above listed outcomes.

Calderdale’s intervention programme for 2022/3 has been informed by a Violent Crime Needs Assessment as well as the CSP’s own Strategic Assessment. Calderdale CSP (with support from providers and partners) has successfully delivered VRU interventions for the last two years and has used the evidence provided by the evaluation of these programmes to formulate the following specification for this year’s (Q3 & Q4) intervention activity.

The following funding opportunities are available:

  • Outreach Provision (Inviting bids of up to £12,000)
  • Enriching Activities, 1:1 & Group Work Programmes (Inviting bids of up to £12,000)
  • Focused Deterrent (Teachable Moments) (Inviting bids of up to £30,000)

Click Here to Download the Word Document for Full Details.

All Expressions of Interest received by the required deadline will be evaluated by the Violent Crime & Safer Streets Delivery Group. Applicants will receive notification of the outcome of applications on the week commencing the 10th of October 2022.

Please return to Expression of Interest form to 
community-safety@calderdale.gov.uk by 9AM on 03/10/2022. 

Download Expression of Interest Form Here (Word Document)

Calderdale Staying Safe Domestic Abuse Support is here for you

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If you are 16 or over, female or male and have experienced any form of Domestic Abuse, Calderdale Staying Safe can be of assistance.

Our service is free and confidential, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, disability, religion or ethnic origin.

A diverse, experienced and skilled staff of female and male advisers is here to listen and where necessary, signpost you to the right organisations.

If English isn’t your first language, we may have advisers who can speak your language or access a team of interpreters.

You do not have to suffer in silence

 

 

Calderdale Staying Safe, Women Making Changes and Calderdale Counselling Team

Telephone: 01422 323339 

Calderdale Staying Safe Domestic Abuse Support is here for you

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If you are 16 or over, female or male and have experienced any form of Domestic Abuse, Calderdale Staying Safe are here to help you.

They have diverse, experienced and skilled staff, female and male that can assist you and where necessary signpost you to the appropriate organisations.

 

You do not have to suffer in silence.

 

Information in Czech : CMC197767-10458 Czech-Flyer
Information in Polish : CMC197767-10458 Polish-Flyer
Information in Urdu : CMC197767-10458 Urdu-Flyer
Information in English : 9208 Calderdale Staying Safe Flyer A6 amended

 

Calderdale Staying Safe, Women Making Changes and Calderdale Counselling Team

Telephone: 01422 323339 

Don’t lose it all for football!

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WYP Dont Lose It AllDid you know that domestic abuse increases by a third during major football tournaments?

West Yorkshire Police are urging fans not to ‘lose it all’ for football after receiving a worryingly high volume of calls relating to domestic abuse incidents during major tournaments.

During the previous tournaments, Euro 2012 and the World Cup 2014, the police saw domestic abuse increase by a third and received an average of 110 calls per England game.

If you are worried about your own behavior or have been abusive in the past, it is never too late to get help.

For help contact: Respect Phoneline on 0808 802 4040 and for further information on the dont lose it all campaign visit www.westyorkshire.police.uk/eur02016