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.

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 refferal link at the bottom of this page.

Sessions are running on a Wednesdays at 9.30am and 7pm.
Both are virtual (2 hours) and referrals will need to be made with the form on our website.

Click here:

To use the referral page or to get in touch.

United Kingdom
02392 065494

Moving on Project Hampshire

The Medaille Trust operates the Moving on Project Hampshire
The service is completely free to any woman over 18 living in Hampshire

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)

Coronavirus update - We Are Still Here

Everyone is working as normal, even though the office is closed due to COVID.

This means you can still receive counselling support using telephone or video, or access support through the helpline or emotional telephone support service.

We are working on getting back into the office and the community for face to face services very soon, but don’t let that stop you getting in touch now.

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

United Kingdom
02392 669513

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

Fratton Road
United Kingdom
02392 616700

Southern Domestic Abuse Service

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

PO Box 53
United Kingdom
02392 065494

The You Trust - SRASACC

Solent Rape and Sexual Assault Counselling Centre (SRASACC) is run by the YOU Trust Counselling Services in partnership with Barnardos. We offer counselling, care and support for victims of rape, sexual assault, or sexual violence whether recent or historic. We support all genders, all ages, and any sexual orientation, striving to ensure that no barriers exist because of religious belief, culture or disability.

023 9279 4433

Treetops Sexual Assault Referral Centre

Our team of crisis workers offer services to anyone who has been raped or sexually assaulted. We will listen to your experience and help you to get the support you choose.
We offer information and advice to friends and family if someone you care about has been affected by sexual assault.
Get in Touch
Often, the first step of making contact is the most challenging stage. We understand that. We are here to help you and your well-being is our priority.

Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year on 0300 123 6616

0300 123 6616