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Changing the story for survivors of domestic abuse

In the UK, 1 in 4 women will be subjected to domestic abuse.

We’re working towards a world where women live free from the fear of violence.

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Speak Up

Raising awareness of the realities of domestic abuse and advocating for survivors is crucial to our mission.

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Equip the Church

We train and resource churches to respond to domestic abuse in their communities, and are growing a network of Restored Beacon Churches.

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Support Survivors

We host a network of over 500 female Christian survivors of domestic abuse.

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Priorities for a new government

Read Restored's top five priorities for a new government to tackle domestic abuse, in the run up to the 2024 General Election.

Read our top priorities
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Be there for the journey

You can make sure that survivors of domestic abuse can access support, for as long as the journey to recovery takes.

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Domestic abuse training

Grow your understanding of domestic abuse and become equipped to respond.

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The Church Guide

We've produced this comprehensive guide to help your church know how to effectively and safely respond to disclosures of domestic abuse, and support survivors in your congregation.

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Find a Restored Beacon

Search our map of Restored Beacon Churches, to find a church that is fully equipped to support survivors of domestic abuse

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Help us change the story for survivors of domestic abuse

Make your church a safer space for survivors

Join one of our training courses to grow your understanding of domestic abuse and become equipped to respond to disclosures.

Training courses

Donate

Your generosity will make sure more survivors of domestic abuse can find support and healing.

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Recognising Domestic Abuse

It can be hard to know when behaviour within a relationship has become abusive, but this list of questions put together by the UK government are a great tool for recognising domestic abuse.

How to recognise domestic abuse

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