Trident Reach's Domestic Abuse Service provides short term, confidential and specialist services for women and men aged over 16 years old, with or without children who are escaping domestic abuse.

The service works with people within Birmingham in the following settings:

Refuge

Our refuges provide short term, confidential and safe accommodation for women and children escaping domestic abuse.

Within our refuge we offer practical and emotional support from qualified, experienced staff who understands the impact of domestic abuse on family life.


Floating Support

Floating Support is flexible, individual, one-to-one support that is not tied to accommodation. Our floating support service is available to both women and men and provides the same high quality advice, information and guidance that would be offered in a refuge.


Freedom Programme

We offer a twelve week programme which enables participants to understand the nature and causes of abuse and the traits of a perpetrator.


Helpline

We support both women and men who may not be ready to access our services fully by providing confidential, specialist advice and guidance over the telephone.

To access this service call 0800 111 4223, Monday-Friday between 9am-5pm.


To read more about this service please click on the following links:

Domestic Abuse Support Services - Booklet

Domestic Abuse Support Services - Flyer

‘The Domestic Abuse Prevention Strategy’ launched on Friday, 15 June 2018. For a copy of the strategy document, please click here.

 


Iman Grove - Homeless Shelter for Muslim Women

Iman Grove is a specialist service for Muslim women at risk of homelessness and in need of emergency temporary accommodation. The service is funded by the National Zakat Foundation in partnership with Trident Reach.

To speak to a member of the Iman Grove team, please call 0121 226 5842.

To read more about this service please click on the following links:

Iman Grove, Homeless Shelter - Booklet

Iman Grove - Female Muslim Service - Flyer


If you or someone you know is experiencing domestic abuse, please call us on 0800 111 4223.


Always call 999 in an emergency.