Domestic Abuse

Domestic Abuse can involve physical violence (e.g. hitting/punching/kicking), sexual abuse (rape/sexual assault), financial and/or emotional abuse (constant threats/being put down/blamed constantly made to feel afraid).

Kingdom Abuse Survivors Project provides a specialised service for survivors who have experienced or are currently experiencing domestic abuse. This service offers support or counselling depending on client need.

Support Service

The support can involve practical assistance and advice as well as a therapeutic listening service. The service is flexible in approach and people can be seen at safe Fife wide outreach locations or within their own home.

The support element of this service is provided by a specialist Domestic Abuse Support Worker who is a registered Social Worker.

Counselling Service

The counselling element of the service is provided by qualified volunteer counsellors and counsellors in training on placement with us.

While all of our other services are open to men and women, the domestic abuse service is funded to provide support to women only. It is open to any woman who identifies as female and who is affected by domestic violence and childhood sexual abuse.

This service is funded through Fife Council and the Scottish Government Violence Against Women and Girls Fund.