Domestic Abuse Open Access Group – Men

Community Groups at Storyhouse Running from
Next event: Thursday 6 October at 5.30pm
  • Free (drop in)
  • Meeting Room

Cheshire West and Chester Domestic Abuse and Intervention and Prevention Service will be offering an open access group from Chester. This group will be supported by qualified IDVA’s (Independent Domestic Violence Advocate) who would be able to offer confidential advice and support to men relating to a range of subjects surrounding domestic abuse.

The group will also allow for you to interact with others, share experiences and allow your voice to be heard. You will be able to enjoy refreshments and social sessions such as arts and crafts, reading, and other suggestions you may have to support our future sessions.

Please contact the Domestic Abuse Prevention and Intervention Service for further information and support. Email IDVAWEST@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk, or call 0300 1237047 and select option 2.

Time details

5.30pm - 7.30pm

Upcoming events

Thursday 6 October 5.30pm Meeting Room
Thursday 3 November 5.30pm Meeting Room
Thursday 1 December 5.30pm Meeting Room

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