HIVE Directory: Domestic, Sexual Abuse/Violence

Aurora New Dawn

Aurora New Dawn offers safety, support, advocacy and empowerment to survivors of domestic abuse, stalking and sexual violence for anyone over 16 years of age.

02392 479254


CIS’ters is a survivor led group for women who, as female children/teens, were raped/sexually abused by a member of their immediate/extended family.

United Kingdom
SO50 9ZF
02380 338080

Freedom Programme

Stop Domestic Abuse is an innovative and unique provider of all services to those affected by domestic abuse.
We don’t just protect and work with victims, we help perpetrators, the police and many other organisations.
We are currently running sessions online, so please use the referral link on the website

United Kingdom
0330 053 3630

National Helpline for LGBT+ Victims and Survivors of Abuse and Violence - Galop

We support LGBT+ people who have experienced abuse and violence.

Our team has decades of experience in supporting LGBT+ people who are victims of domestic abuse, sexual violence, hate crime, so-called conversion therapies, honour-based abuse, forced marriage, and other forms of abuse.

Our helplines are open to anyone LGBT+ in the UK, as well as friends, family members, and professionals who may be concerned about an LGBT+ person who is facing abuse.

You can refer yourself into our services, or you can refer someone to us if you are a professional working with someone who might need our help.

0800 999 5428

Non Violent Resistance

Families Together

Who is it for?

• Parents/Carers with children who show
violent, aggressive, controlling or selfdestructive behaviours (aged 5 – 17yrs)
• Families across Hampshire, Southampton,
Portsmouth and Isle of Wight

How does it work?

• By breaking the cycle of violent and
aggressive behaviour
• Creating a support network for the whole
• Giving siblings a voice and support
• Flexible ongoing NVR support service
available on completion, to help parents
stay on track and make sustainable

What is it?

• 10 weekly practical group sessions
providing NVR (Non-violent
Resistance) strategies and guidance
• Engaging activities that build social
and emotional capabilities

What will it change?

• Building positive relationships within the
family unit
• Empowering parents to change their
responses and resist violent behaviour
• Reducing frequency and/or severity of
violent incidents
• Improving school attendance
• Improving relationships with professionals

PARCS (Portsmouth Abuse and Rape Counselling Service)

PARCS is an organisation based in Portsmouth which works with people who have been sexually violated at any time and/or experienced domestic abuse. PARCS provides free specialist counselling and psychotherapy to all genders, aged 5 and above.

PARCS Helpline provides emotional and listening support, help with practical information and guidance, and help with understanding and accessing relevant services and information. The service is available to anyone who has been affected by sexual violence, rape and/or domestic abuse living in Portsmouth and Southeast Hampshire, including friends and family of survivors.

United Kingdom
0300 222 5735

Shared Lives - Portsmouth

We support people who experience:
People living with dementia, Mental ill health, Young people, Older people, Domestic violence, Learning disability, Physical disability, After hospital treatment, Health, Acquired brain injury, Parents in care

Civic Offices
United Kingdom
023 9261 6700

Stop Domestic Abuse

Stop Domestic Abuse is an innovative and unique provider of all services to those affected by domestic abuse.

United Kingdom
0330 0533 630

The You Trust - HRASAC

Hampshire Rape and Sexual Assault Counselling (Hampshirerasac) is a portal that offers a list of services that are available for children, young adults and adults in Hampshire who have suffered from abuse.

01329 825 930

Treetops Sexual Assault Referral Centre

About Treetops
We offer confidentiality. However, we have a legal duty to share information with the police and / or Children’s Social Care if a child or young person is considered to be at risk of significant harm. (Children Act 2004) At all times you will be able to make choices on what happens to you. The Treetops Centre is for anyone in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight who has been raped or sexually assaulted. Services are available to women and men. We can offer support and services whether or not the police are involved.
Immediate services
After someone has been raped or sexually assaulted we offer the following services:
- Forensic medical examination by a specialist doctor. This will be carried out as sympathetically as possible, and can be undertaken whether the police are involved or not.
- The examination may include pregnancy testing and emergency contraption where appropriate, at the time of referral.
- Support will be available from trained staff when you attend the centre.

Follow up services:
We understand that the effects of rape or sexual assault can take time to resolve. To help, we offer the following services:
A crisis worker who will support and provide you with information that may help.
Referral to an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA).
Young Persons ISVA.
We can provide you with information about counselling.
Support through criminal proceedings will be provided, and we can put you in touch with the Witness Support Service.
Assistance with Criminal Injuries Compensation claims, trained staff at the centre can explain the system to you, help you complete the form or put you in touch with your local Victim Support or Citizens Advice Bureau who also provide that service.

0300 123 6616