In order to tackle the issue of domestic violence and abuse, RISE are committed to delivering programmes with the aim of prevention as opposed to cure.

Our interventions, delivered by expert facilitators, aim to raise awareness and build knowledge and empathy whilst challenging potentially damaging attitudes and beliefs which could lead to abusive or violent behaviours in the future.

Please click on the links below to find out more about the programmes.

You can contact us to enquire about any of these programmes.

Project PIPA

A 5 session domestic abuse course, offering men and women a chance to reflect on their behaviour and the impact of their abuse on victims and their children.

Respect and Principles

A group work programme for young people to reflect on what is considered ‘ a healthy relationship’ and to develop skills which will prevent them becoming perpetrators in the future.


A 3-hour awareness-raising course designed as an introduction for service users to identify unhealthy and inappropriate sexual behaviours, and the impact on those affected.

Our partners include: