Staying Put is a domestic violence/abuse charity
Staying Put offers gender sensitive services with a primary aim to increase the safety of all people who experience domestic violence/abuse by providing a range of services challenging perpetrators, supporting people, working in partnership, influencing policy and campaigning for change.
We assist women, men (with a dedicated male support worker) survivors of domestic abuse.
Latest from Twitter
Staying Put is backing a new campaign #idoexist which has been launched by one of our survivors, Evie. The Bradford Telegraph & Argus has reported on the campaign - to read the article please click here.
We ran a campaign over Christmas urging people to get in touch if they were suffering domestic abuse. The campaign was reported by the Keighley News - to read their article please click here.
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Don't worry we will not contact you often, only when we have important updates.