IDVA

Who are we and what we do

  • We are an independent service supporting high risk domestic abuse survivors.
  • We aim to reduce risk and repeat victimisation in order to reduce further incidents.
  • We work in partnership with a range of services to provide the best support to all clients.
  • We provide advocacy and signposting on behalf of clients to other agencies.
  • We take referrals from the Police, Social Services and other multi agencies referring into the Multi Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC).

What we provide;

  • Crisis intervention involving creating safety plans and undertaking risk assessments
  • Helping clients to access refuge accommodation or increase security in their property so that they can continue to live safely at home
  • Advice on legal options
  • Support through the court process
  • Representation at the MARAC
  • Referral to other helpful agencies for specific support and advice

IDVA also has a designated Young Persons Worker, supporting females and males aged between 16-24.

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