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AEGIS DV Services

 

 

What we do?

Provide help & support to men who experience domestic violence and abuse

How we do it?

  • Assessment using the SafeLives Risk Indicator Checklist to check whether you are at high risk of abuse
  • Group and individual discussion with volunteers and service users to provide emotional and practical support
  • MARAC referral for high risk cases
  • Producing Legal Aid Evidence letters to enable men to access help in the Family Court

We do NOT use an assessment framework to determine whether men are perpetrators presenting as victims. We believe men who come forward unless and until we have evidence to the contrary. 

 

Swansea DV Drop-in service for male victims of domestic abuse is open every friday from 12 noon til 2pm in the Discovery Room, First Floor, Swansea Central Library, Civic Centre offices, Oystermouth Rd., Swansea SA1 3SN

Email: dv@fnf-bpm.org.uk for details & support


 

Neath DV drop-in service in partnership with Neath Town Council partially funded by Neath Port Talbot Council now open from 9.30am to 11.30am at 10-12 Orchard St., Neath, SA11 1DT 

Email: dv@fnf-bpm.org.uk for details & support


 

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Domestic abuse

Domestic abuse, or domestic violence, is defined across Government as any incident of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between those aged 16 or over who are or have been intimate partners or family members, regardless of their gender or sexuality. 


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