Who we are
My Time is an award-winning, pioneering and innovative, multi-lingual, community domestic abuse and mental health service provider working in the Midlands. MyTime is a division of Richmond Fellowship.
What we do
Our Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programmes are a structured group work intervention designed to work with those perpetrating abuse within their intimate relationships.
The aim of the programme is to support those perpetrating abuse to address their behaviours, and encourage positive behaviour and attitudinal change, with the view to reducing the risk of harm to the victim, whether this be a current or past partner, and any children.
Who we help
We currently deliver the DVPP in a number of locations across the Midlands.
For the West Midlands Regional Programme we offer services in: Birmingham, Solihull, Walsall, Wolverhampton, Dudley, Sandwell and Coventry.
For the Telford and Wrekin Programme we offer our services in: Telford and Wrekin.
For the CAFCASS regional programme we are able to offer services in the following areas: Birmingham, Worcestershire, Coventry, Wolverhampton / Telford, Leicester, Nottingham, Derby and Northampton.
All DVPP services are commissioned for male perpetrators and women survivors/victims. You must be over the age of 18 and residing in the above areas. Both parties must have consented to take part and be willing to engage.
There are a number of referral routes / mechanisms into the programme depending on your circumstances. Our referral criteria differs across our commissioned areas of service, please get in contact for further clarification on this.
Our West Midlands DVPP service is commissioned by the West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner, accepting referrals exclusively from professionals making referrals on behalf of clients; Childrens Social, West Midlands Police and National Probation Service.
Our Telford and Wrekin service is commissioned exclusively for Telford and Wrekin, accepting referrals from professionals making referrals on behalf of Childrens Social.
Our CAFCASS regional programme is commissioned by Cafcass, for court ordered and directed Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Programmes. Referrals are accepted exclusively from Cafcass Family Court Advisors.
For anyone who is not involved with any of the above approved agencies, the option to self refer for a Domestic Abuse programme is available. For all private referrals a fee is charged for the service.
For further information in relation to course duration, programme times, and fees please contact: Mytimeinfo@richmondfellowship.org.uk
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