About Us

Domestic Violence Against Men

Since 2021 Domestic violence against men ministry has been committed to bringing support, hope and healing to those facing significant life challenges. Our methods have developed over the years through personal experiences strengths and hope and churches and discipleship, and with increasing resources we have support and growing community awareness, we are able to change the lives of trauma victims for the better through fellowship and support. We operate around the clock on telephone line too. And we have a number of fellowships groups And churches. This service is geared towards people who are in the process of healing from trauma or any other crisis and addictions too. We will cater to all trauma victims and offer an open place for safe communication and talk too. If you would like to learn more about this service, please get in touch.

Protect self from abuse

Domestic violence and abuse can have a serious physical and psychological impact. The first step to protecting yourself and stopping the abuse is to reach out. Talk to a friend, family member, or someone else you trust, or call a domestic violence helpline. Admitting the problem and seeking help doesn’t mean you have failed as a man or as a husband. You are not to blame, and you are not weak. As well as offering a sense of relief and providing some much-needed support, sharing details of your abuse can also be the first step in building a case against your abuser.