Armed Forces Covenant LIBOR fund project

A website has been developed to provide information about the support which is available for armed forces families who are experiencing domestic abuse. The site includes a practitioners handbook.
https://www.gov.uk/government/collections/domestic-abuse-guidance-and-support-for-the-armed-forces-community

For information to assist veterans and their families, please visit www.domesticabusearmedforces.co.uk

Rushmoor Nepali Domestic Abuse Support Service

This service enables Nepali domestic abuse victims who have no or little English language skills to access support, information and safety planning. The service also delivers presentations to help practitioners understand the cultural issues when working with domestic abuse in the Nepali community. See here for more details.
Telephone 01252 333618

A booklet has been produced to help explain what domestic abuse is and is illustration based with Nepalese translation. See here to access

To view a information about domestic abuse in Nepalese, click here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3U28Zta4iQQ

Healthy / unhealthy relationsip sessions in schools

Sessions are held in Rushmoor and Hart schools to provide information for students about how they can keep safe if they are living in a household where there is domestic abuse, how to spot signs that a dating relationship may be becoming abusive and where they can get help and support.

BIG Research Project

The forum, with the support of BIG has undertaken a pilot research project, in partnership with the University of Bristol to investigating the need for research to explore links between the impact of war and domestic abuse.

Click here to access the research findings

Jane's Story - case study

To hear about Jane's experience of domestic abuse, click here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F_g1OSD45tg

 

 

 

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