Early Help Domestic Abuse Service


The Early Help Domestic Abuse service (also known as the DAW service – Domestic Abuse Worker service) supports victims and families, affected by domestic abuse. The service supports people from across Liverpool who have been assessed as being at low to medium risk of domestic abuse. It operates out of the Belle Vale and Clubmoor Early Help Hubs.

Support provided can include:

* One-to-One support from a Domestic Abuse Worker

* Safety planning

* Group based support using our ‘Rebuilding You’ program

* Information on healthy relationships and a support programme for the partner

* Support with finances and benefits

* Engagement with substance misuse specialist

* Engagement with healthcare providers

* Referral to Educational support for your children

* Referral to Mental health support

* Referral to Group based support for children and young people

* Referral to Specialist identified support for children and young people

* Accommodation based support

The team will work with victims and families to identify what they would like to achieve, the support needed and will discuss the next steps once the program of support is completed. The support provided by the service is expected to be between 3-6 months.

Accessing the Service:

This service is available by referral from a social worker in the Early Help Hub.

If you would like advice about Domestic Abuse, please call Worst Kept Secret helpline – 08000283398 or the 24 Hour Domestic Violence Helpline - 0808 2000247

Contact Details:

* North/ Central Liverpool Hub (Clubmoor) - 0151 233 0043

* South Liverpool Hub (Belle Vale) - 0151 233 4447 * Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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