We’re committed to challenging domestic abuse in all its forms. We deliver a range of interventions specifically targeted at supporting victims and survivors to safety as well as challenging perpetrators of abuse to take responsibility for their behaviour. We, working in partnership with domestic abuse charities, developed and delivered the first full perpetrator intervention programme for substance users in the UK (the Men and Masculinities programme) and have expanded the scope of our intervention to hold high-risk perpetrators of domestic violence to account (the Drive programme).
We work from the basis that domestic violence perpetration is learned, and can therefore be unlearned. Our programmes are built to support the process of change within abusers in order to protect their victims.