Because domestic violence kills one woman a week and thousands more live in fear

Domestic abuse awareness training

This one day multi-agency course will examine current knowledge and information regarding Domestic Violence and Abuse (DVA), equipping Practitioners with the skills they need, to offer help and support, to those accessing their services who are effected by it.

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We provide local services to meet all of your needs

Drop in sessions

Some people believe that a problem shared is a problem halved. Why not test the theory by coming in to speak to one of our support workers? This type of support is an ideal introduction into our services, especially if you are unsure which service will best meet your needs.

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Housing related support

Floating Support is a community based service which is available people who have or are experiencing abuse or violence. In addition to addressing the housing related need we aim to develop skills and confidence through emotional or practical support to live as independently as possible.

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Information on accessing our centres during the Caronavirus outbreak

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Support for men

Domestic abuse can affect anyone. We understand that male victims of abuse find it difficult to seek specialist support for the effects of the abuse they may have suffered. We can help, reach out and get in touch today.

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New Cynon Saftey Centre

New Centre opening in early 2020 to support all victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence regardless of gender.

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Location: Compton House,64 Ty Fry, Aberdare