Warwickshire Domestic Violence Support Services
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About Warwickshire Domestic Violence Support Services
Warwickshire Domestic Violence Support Services is a voluntary organisation which exists to support those experiencing domestic violence. We offer a range of services to meet the needs of those that come to us for help. These include: 24 hour HELPLINE Drop-in centres Accompaniments Counselling Safe Accommodation Childrens Services Schools Work Training & Awareness Raising WDVSS is associated with the Warwickshire Domestic Forum, an organisation that exists to promote best practice amongst agencies and encourage new initiatives. WDVSS is a Company Limited by Guarantee - Company registration number: 3552483 Registered office: 37a Regent Street, Rugby, CV21 2PE and also a Registered Charity - Registered Charity Number: 1070776
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THE RELIEF OF HARDSHIP AMONGST THOSE WHO ARE SUFFERING VIOLENCE BY PROVIDING SUPPORT AND COUNSELLING SERVICES ACROSS THE COUNTY OF WARWICKSHIRE AND WIDER FOR VICTIMS, PERPETRATORS AND CHILD WITNESSES, PAST AND PRESENT. BY THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE OF REFUGEES/ SAFE ACCOMMODATION FOR THE PURPOSES OF HOUSING VULNERABLE VICTIMS AND CHILDREN FLEEING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. IN ADDITION TO PROMOTE THE AWARENESS AND NEED FOR SPECIALISED AND PREVENTATIVE SERVICES, AMONGST AGENCIES AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC, FOR THOSE EXPERIENCING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE