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Domestic Violence Intervention Project

Overview

D.V.I.P.org runs services for men who have been violent to their partner, and for women who have suffered domestic violence.  We support parents and children affected by domestic violence.

They work with people across London, from all walks of life. With over 25 years of experience, we aim to help people end the cycle of domestic abuse, for good.

They run a violence prevention programme for men to help change abusive and violent behaviour towards their partners or ex-partners. Offers evening support groups at various sites (including Southwark). Also provides a women’s support service offering telephone support, safety planning and general information to women who have been victims of domestic violence.

Click to read more about man service: http://dvip.org/mens-services.htm
Click to read more about woman service: http://dvip.org/womens-services.htm

What does it cost?
Our fees are on a sliding scale, based on your income – ask us for more information. If Social Services have referred you to the programme, they cover the cost and there is no charge to you.

Violence Prevention Programme
tel: (44) (0) 20 7633 9181
email: dvip.vpp@richmondfellowship.org.uk

Women’s Support Services
tel: (44) (0) 20 7928 4813
email: dvip.wss@richmondfellowship.org.uk

Family Courts Team
tel: (44) (0) 20 7593 0027
email: riskassessment@richmondfellowship.org.uk

Training
email: liz.ostrowski@richmondfellowship.org.uk

Contact Details

Phone:
Violence Prevention (men) 020 7633 9181, Women's Support Service 0207928 4813, Risk Assessment 020 7593 0027, Young People YUVA 020 8222 8281.

Email:
 dvip.info@richmondfellowship.org.uk

Website:
http://www.dvip.org

Address:
59-61 Old Kent, Road London, SE1 4RFRW

Other Info

Opening times:
Office Hours: Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm Appointment required for a visit.

Costs:
The fees are on a sliding scale, based on your income – ask us for more information. If Social Services have referred you to the programme, they cover the cost and there is no charge to you.

Disabled Access:
Various sites. Contact for information about accessibility.

Directions:

Other information:
The National Domestic Violence Helpline is 0808 2000 247 (Freephone) for 24 hour confidential support.

Last updated:
28th August 2018