Support for people from minority groups
The Doncaster domestic abuse hub is here for ALL victims and survivors of domestic abuse.
Doncaster domestic abuse hub
The Doncaster domestic abuse hub is here for ALL victims and survivors of domestic abuse. Translation and interpreters will be provided if wanted.
Tel: 01302 737080
You can phone or complete a self referral form to access support
We will aim to respond as soon as possible and usually within 2 working days. A member of the team will call you back. Please remember to leave a safe telephone number and a safe time to call.
This service is open Monday - Friday 9am - 4.30pm (excluding bank holidays). During these hours this is a busy service so please keep trying or leave a message.
However, you might want to find out more information or speak to a specialist organisation. These are a few of the specialist organisations that you can access for specific support:
- The National Forced Marriage Unit
- Karma Nirvana A specialist charity established in 1993 for victims and survivors with a commitment to ending Honour Based Abuse in the UK.
- FORWARD (Foundation for Women’s Health Research and Development) is the leading African women-led organisation working to end violence against women and girls.
- The Traveller Movement An organisation which advocate for and work with Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people to tackle discrimination and promote equality.
- Friends, Families and Travellers (gypsy-traveller.org) A leading national charity that works to end racism and discrimination against Gypsy, Roma and Traveller people and to protect the nomadic way of life.
Have your say
Your experiences of domestic abuse can help us to improve our services, publicity and training. We want to know how you escaped the abuse, which agencies helped you and which agencies could have done more. We want to know about the impact the abuse had on you and your children and how you think we can help other victims and survivors. We want to know if you experienced any discrimination, whether services were culturally aware and sensitive to your needs and whether you experienced any barriers to reporting and accessing support. How can we make things better for people from minority groups?
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