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Panahghar / Our services / Coventry
Panahghar provides free dedicated BME multi lingual support, advice and advocacy and access to safe refuge for of domestic abuse in Coventry. Here are the services we provide:
Panahghar provides free dedicated BME multi lingual support, advice and advocacy and access to safe refuge for victims and their families of domestic abuse, sexual abuse or gendered abuse in Coventry and Leicester. If English is not your first language, contact us on 0800 055 6519.
Forced marriage is illegal in the UK.
If you or someone you know is at risk of forced marriage or ‘honour’ based abuse please contact the West Midlands Forced Marriage and ‘Honour’ Based Abuse Helpline on 0800 953 9777.
This helpline service is for victim and family advice for all members of the community: 0800 111 4998
The service can provide information and community-based support and also includes a children and young people’s provision.
Panahghar provides safe emergency supported refuge in Coventry and Leicester for BME survivors of domestic, sexual and gendered abuse. The refuges offer not only accommodation but also emotional support, legal advice and practical help.
Panahghar’s outreach and wraparound services across Coventry and Leicester enable us to put safety measures and support in place for those who are still at home for the victim and their children.
At Panahghar, we offer group sessions to our service users that range from educational sessions, to build on their understanding of what domestic, sexual and gendered abuse is, to creative classes and relaxed coffee mornings.
Panahghar are proud to provide a specialist Independent Domestic Abuse Advisors (IDVA) service supporting survivors and their families affected by domestic violence and abuse, sexual abuse and gendered abuse in their own environment.
If your family is being affected by domestic abuse, sexual abuse or gendered abuse and you are concerned about your child, it is important to make clear that domestic violence and abuse is not the child’s or young person’s fault. The children can be made to feel that this is occurring because of them or that they did something wrong. It is paramount that their safety comes first and help is always available.