We know that too often, experiences go unheard and we’re looking to change that. Share your experience of getting help and support, to help us improve the lives of other men experiencing domestic abuse.
We are carrying out research to help improve the support available to men who experience abuse in Nottinghamshire. To do this we are looking to hold a 2 hour focus group with anyone that we’ve supported. We’ll be holding these this September.
Who is eligible
We want to hear from men who have used our domestic abuse service, who are over 18 and live in Nottinghamshire. We are particularly interested in speaking with men who have accessed support around housing as a result of domestic abuse.
This consultation is open to all self-identifying men of any sexuality.
What to expect
We will ask you questions about how easy (or not) you found it was to get the help you needed, and what you know about local services. We want to know about any barriers or challenges you faced, so we can think about how to remove these in future.
We know that going over experiences from a difficult time isn’t easy, so experienced professionals will be on hand to talk to throughout this process. And you can pull out at any time.
When are we doing this?
We will talk to you about your preferred times, dates and locations so that we can arrange a time that works for those wanting to take part.
If you think you’d like to take part, call us or drop us an email and we’ll talk it through. Call our helpline on 0800 995 6999 or email us at email@example.com
Is it abuse
Not sure if what you're experiencing is abuse?
Stalking advisory service
Find out more.
How you can help
No matter how much time, money or resources you can afford to give, your support will make a difference.
Could pay for four children
to take part in our early intervention projects
Could pay for one primary school child to receive our healthy relationship education program