For Women

Hide page buttonREPROVIDE is a research study looking at the effectiveness of a group behaviour change programme for men. We want to find out if these groups really do help men change their abusive behaviour, and improve safety for their partners, ex-partners and children.

If your partner/ex-partner is taking part in the REPROVIDE study, we will contact you to ensure you have support. We will also to ask you if you would like to take part in the research. We want to include as many voices as possible of women affected by the behaviour of men in the study.

If you would like to speak to someone in the research team to find out more about REPROVIDE, you can email reprovide-women@bristol.ac.uk or call 07815 614 207.

Some women contact us because they think their partner might be interested in REPROVIDE. Please do get in touch with us if you have questions. However, please only speak to your partner about contacting REPROVIDE if you feel it is safe to do so. Consider speaking to us or seeking advice from a Domestic Violence specialist service first – there are lots of options and you must choose the one that’s right for you.  

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Are you experiencing domestic violence or abuse and seeking support? It can be difficult to ask for help, but you are not on your own. Below are some services that may be able to help.

National

National Domestic Violence Helpline

National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline

Respect advice for keeping safe during Coronavirus

Men’s Advice Line

Women’s Aid Survivor’s Handbook

Wales

Phoenix Domestic Abuse Services

Live Fear Free Helpline

Dyn Project Helpline

Bristol, South Glos, North Somerset

Nextlink

Wiltshire

Splitz Wiltshire

Swindon Women’s Aid

Somerset

Somerset Integrated Domestic Abuse Service