For over 25 years, we’ve been helping to make women and children safer. With services across London, we work to stop domestic violence and to reduce the harm it causes to women, children and families.
We are a division of Richmond Fellowship, who have been working with individuals, families and communities to make mental health recovery a reality for 60 years. We are also part of the Recovery Focus group of charities, working as a collective to inspire recovery and offer specialist supported services to people experiencing mental ill health, domestic abuse, and harm caused by alcohol, drugs and gambling.
You can read more about our services and how we help. We provide services for men and women, supporting parents and for young people.
If you’re a professional and you’d like to refer a client to us, click on our page for professionals.
For more information about DVIP, our programmes and their benefits to communities, you may like to download our ‘Working with Perpetrators’ leaflet.
Read the five year study confirming the effectiveness of our work with perpetrators: Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programme: Steps Towards Change.