Croydon Council has launched a campaign in its 123 primary and secondary schools aimed at parents who might be victims of domestic abuse.
Croydon’s FJC is now open every day to help domestic abuse victims during lockdown
Life-saving services for domestic abuse victims and their children have been given a £141k funding boost.
Bromley & Croydon Women’s Aid (BCWA) has been commissioned to provide a specialist service to help keep young people safe from domestic abuse
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, was at Croydon FJC today to see how the borough is leading the way with its work to tackle serious violent crime in the capital.
Croydon’s FJC is keen to hear from people who would like to help individuals and families who are experiencing domestic abuse.
Domestic abuse often increases during the festive period, so Croydon’s FJC is keen to ensure men and women know about its support services.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness month and Croydon is marking this by celebrating the staff who support colleagues experiencing this crime.
October is domestic abuse awareness month, and the FJC is keen to ensure everyone knows about its children’s services.
Croydon’s FJC is using National Domestic Violence Awareness month to appeal for more volunteers.