2001 – A successful bid of £445,000 was accepted by the Home Office Crime Reduction Programme to fund the pilot Staying Put project until March 2002.
This initially provided a district-wide helpline and direct support work to women experiencing domestic abuse who wished to remain in their own homes.
2008 – We extend our service to male victims via our IDVA service.
2017 – Staying Put became a parent charity to Domestic Violence Services.
2018 – We developed Affordable Legal Services @ Staying Put, which is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulatory Authority and offers legal services to all victims and survivors of domestic abuse across West Yorkshire who are not eligible for legal aid.
2020 – After three successful years, in October 2020 the boards of DVS and Staying Put agreed to merge.
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This is a new, challenging and exciting role; we are building our charity and need an experienced fundraiser to develop income streams that will bring in sustainable funds quickly. This role will work closely with the team and particularly the senior leadership team...
We are looking for a Domestic Abuse & Sexual Violence Accommodation Manager to look after all of our accommodation services. Closing date: TBC The prime objectives for this role are: To lead and support Staying Put’s Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence...
We are looking for a part-time accommodation housekeeper to look after two of our refuges. Closing date: 26th May 2021 The prime objectives for this role are: Cleaning and maintaining Staying Put’s refuge accommodation sites, making sure that they meet...