Behind Closed Doors works with people throughout the Leeds district whose lives have been, or are, affected by domestic violence and abuse.
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Behind Closed Doors was established in 1997 and now supports women and men across the Leeds district who have, or are, experiencing domestic violence and abuse.
We have a Community DV Team which works within the Leeds Domestic Violence Service, supporting people assessed as being at medium/high risk and/or needing help with significant practical issues like housing and civil legal proceedings.
Our Prevention and Recovery Service (PARS) works to support people at lower levels of risk who require more emotional support and information to make sense of their experience, recover and move on positively.
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Providing support to people whose lives have been affected by domestic violence and abuse
Providing support to people in the Leeds District whose lives have been affected by Domestic Violence and Abuse
NOTE: Our offices will be shut from the 22nd of December to the 2nd of January. If you need to talk, call LDVS on 0113 246 0401. If it's an emergency, call 999.
The BCD-orb (online resource bank) is a dedicated website where practitioners can search, view and download resources designed to support working with victims of domestic violence and abuse. The site also provides a range of workshop programmes and modules for education settings to use in teaching children and young people at Key Stages 1 - 4 about healthy relationships (with a clear abuse prevention message). Free Registration is required to logon. Click on the logo to visit our website.