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About Us

Our vision is to aspire to live in a society where everyone is free from violence and abuse.

Our vision is to aspire to live in a society where everyone is free from violence and abuse.

We do this by empowering and supporting those that are experiencing, or have experienced, domestic and sexual violence/abuse. We also work to build healthy relationships, and cohesive families and communities.

Our priority is to provide high quality effective support irrespective of your background.

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At Freeva, we are...

Free from Violence and Abuse, Freeva, is a confidential help and support service that will always put your privacy and safety first.

We really do understand the pain of violence and abuse – we also understand how to help make things better. Discover your freedom.
It can be hard to solve an issue when you’re isolated and alone. Together with FreeVA we’re stronger and can find a way forward.
We are here to support you so call us in complete confidence and we’ll explain how we can help you to be free.

Our values are based on six main principles. We believe:

That everyone has the right to be free and safe from violence and abuse.
That relationships should be built on respect and equality.
That education ensures a better future.
That with support people have the capacity to change.
In working with integrity, honesty, trustworthiness, transparency and within accountability.
In creating sustainable change.

Our Services

Services for those Affected

If you are currently experiencing, or have previously experienced, domestic violence, rape or sexual assault, we are here to support you. We understand how you may be feeling and we can help.

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Are you hurting the one you love? Find out more about our specialist programmes available for those wanting to change their behaviour, and looking to develop safer, loving and respectful relationships.

Supporting Others

How to Support Others

We know it can be difficult to know what to say when you suspect someone you know may be a victim of domestic abuse, sexual abuse or rape. We can talk you through some steps you can take to support a loved one.

Are you hurting the one you love?

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Tom grew concerned about his best friend, Alex, after he didn’t show up for his birthday party and distanced himself from all his friends. Find out how Tom saved Alex from an abusive relationship with the help and support of Freeva.

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