We have numerous services on offer for all members of the community effected by domestic abuse. Click the name of the service for more information.
Our refuge offers safe, secure and welcoming accommodation for women and children escaping Domestic Abuse and is called Llanelli WA Refuge.
Our staff team offers expert information and support, in person at our Outreach Office or over the phone.
This project is aimed to support women and men to overcome barriers, which were preventing them from moving forward such as, low self-esteem, confidence and self-belief.
This is an innovative programme offering support to women, men and their children with the aim of keeping women and their children safe.
We have a dedicated women’s safety worker who supports women when their partners are undertaking the ‘Choices’ perpetrator programme. This support includes assistance with any issues or concerns you may have.
Mediators are impartial and strive to balance the interests of all parties and help people feel more confident about the future and finding a way forward.
We provide confidential support for men experiencing domestic violence from a partner, ex-partner or other family members.
If you have received any of these services from us and you are not happy with the service provided then please click here to view the complaint process.
Our counselling services helps individuals who have experienced domestic abuse. It assists to being about effective change in their lives and enhance their wellbeing. You can self-refer for this service.
The Freedom Programme is a 12-week rolling programme open to anybody who wishes to learn more about domestic abuse, whether they are in, or have left, an abusive relationship, and for those who have no plans to leave their partner.
This is a 12-week course which aims to assist and equip any individual with the knowledge needed to recover from the effects of domestic abuse.
We recognise the impact domestic abuse has on children and young people and the importance of supporting children from the families where domestic abuse has been an issue. There are two major support workers:
The DASH Project supports children who have witnesses or experienced domestic abuse in the home environment. This project predominantly helps in the intervention process of families experiencing domestic abuse. The Project is for anyone between 0 -16 years old.
This course is specifically designed and aimed at teenagers and younger adults to look at safety, trust and respect in relationships.