Dahlia Project – Peterborough Women’s AidBack to Support
Dahlia specialises in supporting South Asian females in Peterborough & Fenland who have experienced domestic abuse in a past or current relationship. This support can be in many ways such as emotional, practical, or signposting to other agencies where required.
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South Asian Community Specialist workers can assure that you will receive specialist advice and support which has your safety in mind. Their workers have both language and cultural knowledge of women from South Asian communities.
You can contact this service by calling the advice line on 01733 894964, or you can contact the service via email [email protected]. You can also talk on live chat via their website. This is a confidential and non-judgmental service.
Support on offer includes:
- emotional support around domestic abuse, either past or current
- support to leave an abusive partner
- safety planning
- advocate when speaking to other professionals such as social service or GP
- free counselling sessions for up to 12 weeks
This specialist service is provided by Peterborough Women’s Aid, a local charity with years of experience of supporting women who are victims of domestic abuse.
The Dahlia project has multilingual staff who speak languages such as Urdu, Punjabi, Mirpuri, Pahari and Patwari.
This service is free.
Hear more about the Dahlia Project in English: