Staying Put is a domestic violence/abuse charity based in the North of England. We support women, men and children victim/survivors of domestic abuse.
Through strong partnerships with the Police and Crime Commissioner, Bradford's Safer and Stronger Partnership Board, the Domestic and Sexual Violence Strategic Board we assist to achieve the objectives of the Bradford Domestic and Sexual Violence Strategy 2015 – 2020 a strategic response to ending violence against women and girls (VAWG) and inter-personal violence against men.
We keep voices of survivors at the heart of our work through the provision of appropriate services that ensure:
To learn my about our services please visit this page.
If you need our advice or support please get in touch - visit our Contact Page.
The Staying Put Service Charter
Staying Put employees respect the fact that they undertake work in your home. Therefore there is a Service Charter.
How we will conduct ourselves
(Our Charter of Rights and Responsibilities for Individual Clients)
Throughout the time that service users are dealing with Staying Put they have:
Service users are expected to be responsible for:
Our full Code of Conduct can be downloaded here.
Please read our Service User Handbook for more information on how we work with our clients and how we expect them to work with us.