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We have launched our new freephone helpline number, to read our article please click here.
Our new campaign is calling for emergency identification to be provided to survivors of domestic violence - often their ID is destroyed by their abusive partner. To sign the petition please click here.
We are delighted to announce that on Wednesday 29th March 2017 we formalised our partnership with Domestic Violence Services Keighley .
To read the brilliant feature by Sally Clifford from the Telegraph and Argus please click here.
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.
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DIRECTOR YASMIN KHAN'S LATEST BLOG
Our director talks about Ending Male Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG)in her latest Blog. To Read click here.
Staying Put has been supporting people for fifteen years and in that time we've helped change the lives of thousands of people.
Read more about it here.
XPO Logistics Bradford, have chosen Staying Put as their charity of the year. XPO is a huge company and we are proud to have their support.
It is a wonderful thing for our charity to be supported by businesses from around the region. If you would like to support Staying Put, read more here.
Read our inspirational Director's Blog where she reflects on 2016 and on Empowering Women and Girls. Read here