Domestic Violence Intervention Project
80 Holloway Road
Public phone: 020 7633 9181
Website URL: http://www.dvip.org
Service offered: The Violence Prevention Programme ( VPP) works with violent/abusive men to help them change their behaviour. The Women's Support Service is for those who have a partner on the programme. Young people's service for abusive young people and their parents/carers . Children's therapeutic service. Arabic speakers service 'Al-Aman'. Advice, support, counselling and information. DVIP does not accept self-referrers to the VPP if: There is on-going police involvement as a result of domestic abuse – we need to wait for this to be concluded before we can assess you. Your children are known to social services because of concerns about your behaviour in the home – we need the children’s social worker to make the referral on your behalf. You intend to use the programme to support an application for child contact in the family court – a Cafcass officer or social worker need to make the referral on your behalf.
Target group: Abusive/violent men and their partners. Young people and children affected by domestic abuse.
Area served: London & surrounding area
How to contact: Phone (020 7633 9181) for an appointment, leaving a message if necessary.
Monday: 10am - 5pm
Tuesday: 10am - 5pm
Wednesday: 10am - 5pm
Thursday: 10am - 5pm
Friday: 10am - 5pm
Wheelchair access: Yes - full
Accessible toilets: Yes
Access notes: Ramp
Languages other than English: Access to interpreters by arrangement.
Charity number: 200453
Year established: 1992
Public transport: Close to Highbury & Islington tube and buses on Holloway Road
Record last checked: 27 May 2021