The Hope Project is a multi-agency service providing an all round support service for domestic violence and abuse survivors from all backgrounds who have complex and additional issues and needs such as mental health and substance mis-use.
The Project will also provide a dedicated specialist services for women from Black Asian and Minority Ethnic groups with complex needs, including risk from honour-based violence and forced marriage including some women with no recourse to public funds.
The Hope Project provides wraparound and outreach services to the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic community in Leicester affected by domestic abuse, sexual abuse or gendered abuse.
Women with or without children and men will be able to access community outreach services. This service will support those who can not or do not want to go into a refuge or those that need support coming into the refuge and resettlement support for residents that are leaving the refuge.
The Community Support Service (wraparound) enable service users to receive support and therapy from mental health and substance misuse specialists practitioners.
Turning Point Mental Health Service will conduct mental health assessments including assessment of risk and formulate a support plan. This can take place at the refuge or any of the partner agencies community meeting rooms and is dependent on where the service user feels comfortable.
Turning Point Substance Misuse Service provided 1-2-1 interventions for service users and sometimes group interventions at the refuge.
New Dawn New Day will provide the Women’s Emotional Management Programme which is a trauma-informed group programme designed to help women to understand themselves better and develop healthier coping strategies.