Therapeutic and Specialist Services

Domestic Abuse, Sexual Violence and Perpetrator support for women, men and children. We believe that everyone should get the opportunity to belong, contribute and thrive in their community.


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Therapeutic and Specialist Support For Women  

Supporting women who have been exposed to one or more of the following:  Domestic Abuse, Substance Misuse and Mental ill Health. Horizons is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund, and for families based in Bedford.

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Domestic Abuse Support For Men 

Our TALK:4M Programme is aimed at empowering men to cope and recover from domestic abuse, and to feel they have a sense of belonging and support in their community

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Sexual Violence Support 

Our Onyx service helps anyone who has been the victim of unwanted sexual contact. If you have been raped or sexually abused at any time in your life, our Onyx service can offer you practical support to deal with your circumstances. Our aim is to help give you the confidence, support and information you need to take control of your situation and move forward.

Our service is available to men, women, children and families, regardless of whether you have told the police or anyone else about the attack.

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Perpetrators of Domestic Abuse Programme  

The BRIDGE Project works with perpetrators of domestic abuse who demonstrate a willingness to change their behaviours. We aim to reduce and prevent abuse and increase victim and survivors’ safety.

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Therapeutic and Specialist Support For Children and Young People

We can offer either one to one, or group play therapy/creative counselling sessions to children and young people aged 4yrs – 18yrs impacted by domestic abuse, living in Bedford Borough.

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