Our new Community Champions project in Dudley aims to help communities recognise and respond to domestic abuse. We will be working with individuals, community centres, schools, agencies, faith groups, libraries and more offering free training sessions on:

 

  • Understanding what domestic abuse is;
  • How to talk about it and respond to someone if they tell you they are being abused;
  • Understand what support services are available so that victims can get the help they need.

 

Did you know?

1 in 4 women and 1 in 6 men in Dudley will be affected by domestic abuse

 

Do you want to make a difference?

If so why not come and learn more about how to recognise domestic abuse and the range of support services available?

 

We need people like you to spread the word so no one feels alone and hopeless. Are you interested in knowing more? Would you like to join a local half day or full day course to learn about the impact of domestic abuse? We can also come to your workplace, your community group, place of worship or elsewhere to give a short talk or hold a course to spread the word about domestic abuse and help raise awareness.

To find out more or book a place on a course please email Barbara Murphy ( hyperlink to barbara.murphy@blackcountrywomensaid.co.uk ) or phone 0121 553 0090.

This project is funded by Dudley Council’s Domestic Abuse Innovation Fund.