MyTime Victim / Survivor Support Service

Domestic Abuse

236 Bristol Road
B5 7SL

Opening Hours

Mon: 9am - 5pm
Tues: 9am - 5pm
Wed: 9am - 5pm
Thurs: 9am - 5pm
Fri: 9am - 5pm
Sat: Closed
Sun: Closed

Who we are

MyTime logoMy 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

As part of all DVPP programme’s offered by the organisation all female intimate partners or ex partners of male participants must be offered the opportunity to engage in an integrated support service for victims and survivors.

The primary aim of work with perpetrators through the DVPP is to increase the safety and wellbeing of survivors and their children.

Having an integrated support service provision for survivors which works in conjunction with any interventions undertaken for males is paramount.  The reason for this is any risk management and reduction should be prioritised through the work we undertake, and our work should not create additional risk for survivors of abuse.

Who we help

Victims/survivors of domestic abuse where the male perpetrator is participating in our DVPP programme. Victims have a choice about their participation in this service.

Getting referred

It is important to note that ISS services are not always delivered internally depending on the contractual arrangements of the service.

Whilst the organisation offers and internal ISS service for all Cafcass and privately referred men to the programme, our West Midlands Regional DVPP service, and Telford and Wrekin Service consists of external ISS partners.

Please contact us for further information on getting referred and the services in your region.

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