LGBT Domestic Abuse Partnership
The London LGBT Domestic Abuse Partnership (DAP) is a way for LGBT people who have experienced domestic abuse to get the maximum amount of help with a minimum amount of hassle. The DAP is open to any LGBT person experiencing domestic violence who is living or working in London. For more information on the DAP and what we provide, click here.
About Domestic Abuse
Domestic abuse is any kind of threatening behaviour, violence, or abuse between people who have been intimate partners or family members. This includes forced marriage, abuse relating to gender identity or sexuality and so-called honour based violence. Domestic abuse can occur between current or former intimate partners, in the home, or in the family.
Domestic abuse can take many forms, including psychological, physical, sexual, financial and emotional abuse. Find out how to tell if you’re experiencing it and what to do if you are.
Does your partner, ex-partner, or a family member:
- Call you names, threaten to ‘out’ you, or use put-downs?
- Use your gender or sexuality as a basis for threats or harm?
- Damage your property?
- Threaten to harm you or others that you love?
- Control your access to money?
- Make unwanted advances or force you into unwanted sexual contact?
- Hit, shove, grab, kick, throw things, or use other forms of physical violence on you?
- Control your contact with friends, family, work, or the LGBT ‘scene’?
- Threaten to harm themselves if you leave or seek help?
If so, you might be experiencing domestic abuse. The LGBT Domestic Abuse Partnership can help.
PACE Weekend Workshop: Domestic Abuse
The PACE Domestic Abuse programme will be running a FREE 2 day/weekend workshop on 7-8th March 2014. The workshop is for LGBT people who have experienced or are experiencing domestic abuse, either from an intimate partner of family member.
Our trained group facilitators will provide you with a safe, non-judgemental place to help you work through the impact of both past and current abuse. We will look at:
•what is an abusive relationship
•how you can manage risks
•how to plan for your safety
•building your confidence, assertiveness and self esteem
•getting you connected to others and staying that way
•finding the support you need
•looking at relationship patterns
Get in touch with PACE for enquires email@example.com or call PACE on 02077001323
Note: Places for the workshops are limited and participants must be available for both days.
This service is offered as part of the London LGBT Domestic Abuse Partnership (DAP) funded by London Councils
Stonewall Housing Drop-in: For LGBT survivors of Domestic Abuse who need help and advice on housing matters
Stonewall Housing is the specialist lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) housing advice and support provider, and works across all London boroughs. If you are experiencing domestic abuse and need help and advice around housing, please come to the weekly drop-in held on Fridays between 2pm – 3:30pm at London Friend, 86 Caledonian Road, London N1 9DN – the drop-in is less than 5 minutes walk from Kings Cross station. Click here for a map.
The drop-in is a safe, confidential space for you to get face to face advice from a special DV caseworker. If you are unable to attend the drop-in you can contact Stonewall Housing’s advice line on: 020 7359 5767 or visit www.stonewallhousing.org for more information, including other drop-in sessions.