We can break the wall of silence when survivors of Domestic Abuse no longer feel stigmatised, blamed and shamed. We all have a role to play.
We have a team of trained specialists dedicated to safeguarding children and young people. We offer both practical and emotional support.
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Thank you for thinking about us. We are currently not able to accept your kind donations of clothing or items. But there are other ways you can support us.
Our training and policy advice services empower professionals and employers to respond to Domestic Abuse and take appropriate action.
Welcome to our website. The Haven Wolverhampton supports women and children who have been subjected to Domestic Abuse, and women who are at risk of homelessness. Below you can explore stories of women whose lives were forever changed by Domestic Abuse, as well as read what children think about our wraparound service for children and young people. Through both practical and emotional support we provide, women and children are able to begin their journey towards healing and transforming their lives.
Support from The Haven
Amanda was referred to The Haven after she was abused by her partner who weaponised her mental health to get custody of their children.
Naz was referred to The Haven after she was subjected to physical emotional and financial abuse, after the breakdown of an arranged marriage.
Sadie was referred to The Haven after she was groomed online and sexually exploited as a young girl.
Children at The Haven
"Virtual Reality therapy is amazing! It has been my favourite thing and I can’t wait to do this again."
"I love the new animal therapist. All the animals are so cool and I even faced my fear of spiders!"
"Day trips out are fun as I get to bond with other children and make new friends."
"My CYP worker is so friendly and fun she has similar interests to me and I love playing with slime with her."
"I feel more confident and happy after my 1-2-1s. I feel that if I am ever sad I can go to my worker to help me through this. "
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How to support us
This could cover the cost of one woman’s call to our FREE emergency helpline.
This could cover the cost of specialist therapies like play therapy for one child.
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Our Year in Review
2019/2020 Impact report
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