The 104 Challenge is back for 2022! Can you run, walk, or cycle 104 miles during the month of June to support women and children who are vulnerable to domestic abuse and homelessness?
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
Amreen was referred to The Haven due to abuse from her husband. She fled his property taking with her just her passport. She was in the UK on a two-year spousal visa which clearly stated no recourse to public funds.
Annie was referred to The Haven after she reported a rape by her ex-boyfriend who also filmed her without her consent and had images of a sexual nature on his phone which he threatened to post online if she was to leave him.
Amanda was referred to The Haven after she was abused by her partner who weaponised her mental health to get custody of their children.
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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2020/2021 Impact report