Phoenix Domestic Abuse Services

Phoenix Domestic Abuse Services

At a glance


  • Children / families
  • Community safety / victim support / domestic violence
  • Counselling / advice
  • Men
  • Women
  • Young people

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Phoenix Domestic Abuse Services is a highly successful registered charity that uses a variety of methods to end all forms of domestic abuse. Since its inception in 2002 the service has received over 4500 referrals and currently works with more than 50 partner organisations.   The Service is forward thinking and adopts a restorative, person centred approach to all areas of its work. This is unusual within the field but is based on the strong belief that all people are capable of change given the right motivation, support and practical assistance. We, and others who encounter our service, recognise our people make us distinctive, innovative and ground breaking within the field.


Services Offered


  • Victim Safety Team – support the emotional, practical and safety needs of female and male victims of domestic abuse.
  • Phoenix Programmes – assisting victims in understanding domestic abuse and its consequences, developing skills needed to move forward with life.
  • Youth IDVA (Independent Domestic Violence Advisor) – working with victims of domestic abuse aged under 18.
  • Youth Respect Team – working with teenagers who are showing signs of abusive controlling behaviours both in the home and in their relationships. This includes parenting support.
  • Voluntary Perpetrator Programme – working to deliver life lasting change in attitudes and behaviour with those who offend.



  • Reduce the risk of harm to victims and families in current and future relationships
  • Increased knowledge and understanding of domestic abuse and healthy relationships
  • Improved wellbeing and resilience through emotional support and greater awareness of rights, options and processes
  • Reduce abusive and dominant beliefs and behaviours
  • Improved family and social relationships
  • Improved responses to victims and families

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