Help for children

Children can experience domestic abuse directly and indirectly. This can include hearing physical or mental abuse from another room, seeing someone they care about being injured or finding their home damaged.

We believe children can overcome the trauma of domestic violence. By doing so, our children's support workers will create a specialised timetable to suit your child to help them to process trauma in an age-appropriate way.

Our communal spaces (including children's play areas) will give your child a safe place to play during the day. You can also access other services, including play therapy, activity workshops, access to toys and resources, parenting support, and referrals to parenting courses.

If you are worried about the impact of domestic abuse on your child or a child you know, call us for advice on 020 4513 9678. If we can't help, we will signpost you to other resources that can.