This guide will empower you to be in control of your own safety on Facebook so you can stay connected to the people and causes you care about.
We believe that everyone has the right to live a life that is free of fear, violence and abuse and we will continue to strive to ensure that victims have access to high quality advice, support and accommodation in the coming years.
A handbook for clients using our refuges.
IDAS financial statements for year ending 31st March 2014
We've developed a series of four posters aimed at young people which focus on Healthy Relationships. They are ideal for display in schools and colleges. You can download them here as a complete set.
The Healthy Relationships Checklist is a useful tool to use with young people when exploring personal relationships. It identifies behaviours that are unhealthy or abusive and outlines what you should expect from a relationship.
IDAS also produce information leaflets in Mandarin, Polish, Turkish and Urdu. These leaflets explain domestic abuse and provide guidance for people whose immigration status may not be secure. The leaflets can be downloaded as a set here.
Having your own safety plan can help you protect yourself and your children. It helps you plan what you might due in the case of future violence or abuse. It can also help you to think about how you can increase your safety either within the relationship, or if you decide to leave.
Use this template to create your own safety plan.
The 2012 Annual Review provides an overview of the services we offer, some key facts and figures about domestic abuse locally, an extended case study and a selection of the feedback we have received from people who have used our services. We also outline our plans for the future...