Everyman Project operates for the benefit of the public by promoting the eradication of male violence, in particular violence in interpersonal & intimate relationships.
We take a holistic approach to addressing the needs of all those affected by violence. We ensure the safety of victims/survivors by offering a choice of one or all free services including; emotional practical support, safety planning guidance and counselling.
We provide counselling to help men change violent behaviours.
Our aim is to address root causes of interpersonal violence. Empower men and women so that both are able to overcome potentially violent situations, have safe relationships and make informed choices.
To share our learning with partner organisations,and to participate in policy and debate to ensure that those in need of violence prevention services can access such services.
We help families (including men in same sex relationships) break the cycle of violence in which they are caught by providing;
• counselling which challenges and supports men who wish to change their violent and abusive behaviour,
• and emotional and practical support, advice and counselling in person and phone counselling for victims/survivors.
Our programme is unique in that it is able to offer advice and assistance to both partners, in a blame free and confidential environment.
Counselling Programme for men
is a unique seven months (30 weeks) integrative therapeutic counselling programme consisting of 13 weekly one-to-one counselling sessions followed by 16 weekly group counselling sessions designed to challenge and support men to cease their violent and/or abusive,controlling and coercive behaviours.
Our Partner support service provides a proactive service offering emotional support, practical advice and safety planning via post, telephone and face to face counselling for victims and survivors of violence.
Everyman Project aims to:
- Our aim is to eradicate male violence in particular interpersonal violence, abuse, coercive and controlling behaviours
- To ensure the safety of victims/ survivors of violence and all impacted by violence by reducing physical, emotional violence & abuse,controlling harrasing,coercive behaviours& improving communication
- To share our knowledge and expertise with partners, stakeholders and participate in policy and debate to ensure those in need of violence prevention services can access them.
Established: August 2005
Registered Charity Number: 1113568
Board members: 4
Part time staff: 10
Phone number: 020 7263 8884
Address: 1B Waterlow Road N19 5NJView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website