Our domestic abuse support services are provided by My Time and DVIP, divisions of Richmond Fellowship.


My Time is an award-winning, pioneering and innovative, multi-lingual, community mental health service provider working in the Midlands.

In 12 years My Time has developed community-based solutions to increasing levels of depression, anxiety, low self-esteem and long-term mental health issues for those experiencing domestic violence.

The team at My Time provides a diverse range of support to individuals and families affected by domestic violence, including:

  • High Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)
  • Private counselling and psychotherapy services
  • Improving access to psychological therapies (IAPT)
  • Domestic violence counselling
  • Domestic violence perpetrator programmes
  • Integrated female support services.

My Time have services in:

  • Birmingham
  • Coventry
  • Dudley
  • Sandwell
  • Solihull
  • Walsall
  • Wolverhampton

My Time is a division of Richmond Fellowship.

"I welcome My Time...as an experienced provider of this highly specialist work challenging perpetrators and holding them to account." David Jamieson, West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner

For over 25 years, DVIP have been working to stop domestic violence and reduce the harm it causes to survivors, young people, children and families.

DVIP provides services for both survivors of domestic abuse and perpetrators. The organisation also offers therapy for children and support for parents. If you’re a professional and would like to refer a client to DVIP, visit their pages for professionals.

DVIP was part of a major study investigating the effectiveness of work with perpetrators, known as Project Mirabal. Find out more by reading Domestic Violence Perpetrator Programme: Steps Towards Change.

DVIP is committed to social change and a world without violence against women and girls (VAWG). We work to achieve this through our provision of services, in our close partnerships with other specialist VAWG organisations and through actively supporting national and international campaigns.

In addition to our services for survivors and perpetrators, we also provide community awareness-raising, and training and consultancy to professionals and organisations across a range of sectors, both in the UK and internationally.

DVIP is a division of Richmond Fellowship.

"I am proud to have been a part of the invaluable work they do." A person DVIP has supported

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