This Community Outreach Service is for men and their children who are victims of domestic abuse & violence.
Our Male Keyworker works with male victims/survivors and their children of domestic violence and abuse. We provide direct help and support for male victims of domestic abuse and violence. Our goal is to help you reduce risk, keep you safe and rebuild your life.
We provide practical information, advice, advocacy, guidance and explain what help is available for you and other family members. This could include assistance with finding a refuge or safe house, if appropriate, supporting you to stay in your home by making your existing home more secure. St. George’s HUB is at your side throughout this process.
Our Male Keyworker will help you navigate the criminal justice system and will work in Partnership with IDVA’S and other specialist Professionals. Domestic abuse can affect your entire life. Working with us will give you a safe space to talk; be listened to and believed, improving your health and well-being. Improving your confidence and self-esteem will help you move forward into a life free from abuse. We welcome calls from men in same sex relationships, from mothers, sisters and friends of male victims seeking information.
How to access support
You don’t need to be referred to access services at St. George’s HUB. Simply call 01902 423112 to make an appointment or drop-in to St. George’s HUB centre between Monday to Friday from 8.30am until 4.00pm and ask to speak to Tom Lane.
Whilst the service will seek to maintain your confidentiality throughout the work we do, there are times when we need to share information with other agencies. We will always look to have your consent, but if we believe that seeking consent may put you or another adult at risk of serious harm, or where a child or young person may be at risk, we may have to breach confidentiality.
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