Family Violence: the dialogue continues

Earlier this year, AMIS and Rowan Alba co-hosted a one day conference in partnership with Children in Scotland and University of Edinburgh. Titled ‘Working with Family Violence: New Perspectives for Effective Interventions’, the event hoped to encourage delegates to consider the issue of family violence from a wide evidence base and from a range of practitioner perspectives. The term family violence was used as it seemed the broadest term which…

May 4, 2015
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Breaking the Taboo

shadowsm
March 25, 2015

Freddie is among one in six men in the country who reports physical or emotional harm by a partner, according to the NHS – and one of a lucky few to have access to specialist support. So how much and what sort of support is out there for male victims of domestic abuse, like Freddie? An Inside Housing investigation into the support available for men who experience domestic abuse, including a mention…

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Contact us

phoneman1
March 24, 2015

Our support is available to everyone, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity or disability. Call us on 0808 800 0024.

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Shaun’s familiar with control and isolation…

mdass_shaun
March 24, 2015

That’s because he’s not allowed to see his family or friends. Any man can experience domestic abuse. MDASS offers support to men in Edinburgh affected by domestic abuse like this. If you recognise these feelings, you can give us a call and we will help you work through this. We have a Helpline if you want to talk, plus one-to-one, face-to-face support is available. Call MDASS on 0808 800 0024….

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Mas knows all about keeping bruises hidden…

mdass_mas
March 23, 2015

That’s because he’s too ashamed to admit they were caused by his partner. Any man can experience domestic abuse. MDASS offers support to men in Edinburgh affected by domestic abuse like this. If you recognise these feelings, you can give us a call and we will help you work through this. We have a Helpline if you want to talk, plus one-to-one, face-to-face support is available. Call MDASS on 0808…

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Derek makes sure the neighbours don’t hear the smashing…

mdass_derek
March 23, 2015

That’s because who’d believe that he was on the receiving end? Any man can experience domestic abuse. MDASS offers support to men in Edinburgh affected by domestic abuse like this. If you recognise these feelings, you can give us a call and we will help you work through this. We have a Helpline if you want to talk, plus one-to-one, face-to-face support is available. Call MDASS on 0808 800 0024….

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