Our Missions

We aim to empower women and children to rebuild their lives, free from violence and fear. The mission of “Life after abuse” is to respond to calls for help from domestic violence victims, of all ages, 365 days a year. We give survivors the tools to transform their lives. We seek to prevent future violence by educating the community and by redefining public perceptions about domestic violence.

Our vision is to give an exceptional, youngster-focused, comprehensive shelter where the actual climate is as much a piece of their recuperation as the expert help we give.

We need £480.000 to purchase an asylum and secure the arrangement of homegrown maltreatment administrations in South England.

The public organization of exiles is in danger. Financing cuts have shut shelters. In certain regions, access for ladies and youngsters is limited.

We plan to collect sufficient cash to purchase – or assemble – a committed asylum to ensure proceeding with help for homegrown maltreatment casualties.

One of a kind core interest

Our fantasy is to possess a shelter where we can give creative, coordinated, and individualized assistance to ladies and their kids escaping homegrown maltreatment.

The shelter offers an urgent and safe alternative for casualties of abusive behavior at home and misuse. Yet, to be best, exiles need to offer something beyond someplace to remain.

We are remarkable in our attention to the security and prosperity of youngsters. At our asylum, we will give the steady and sustaining climate expected to assist casualties with recuperating the injury of homegrown maltreatment.

Seeing and encountering homegrown maltreatment addresses quite possibly the most genuine dangers to kids. Without early mediation, this

openness can bring about serious and enduring physical, mental and social harm.

Kids measure the injury of homegrown maltreatment in an unexpected way. Some endure uneasiness or gloom, a sleeping disorder, bad dreams, hissy fits, and forceful conduct. Others disguise their pressure furthermore, pull out.

HELP for Us

Numerous youngsters are kept from having ordinary youth encounters while living with homegrown maltreatment. A few moms need assistance with nurturing abilities.

We need youngsters to have the option to act naturally and have some good times. Play territories inside the asylum and the nursery will advance both restorative and free play.

But since our asylums are possessed by others, we can’t establish a climate where casualties can recuperate and grow soundly.