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Bridging to Change (Domestic Violence Prevention Programme)

Bridging to Change is a Manchester-based service for perpetrators of domestic violence and their partners or ex-partners. Bridging to Change is a Domestic Abuse Service promoting the safety of victims (both adult and children) affected by domestic violence and abuse, mainly by working with those who perpetrate the abuse.

Bridging to Change Programme is a RESPECT accredited Domestic Violence Prevention programme for men who have been violent and/or abusive towards their intimate female partners and who wish to address and change their abusive behaviour. We deliver a 40 week programme for male perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse.

An integrated support service is also offered to partners or ex-partners of men on the programme.


Who to contact

0161 872 1100 (option 2)
Talk Listen Change website
Related Organisation
TLC: Talk, Listen, Change

Where to go

Name of Venue
Talk Listen Change
Venue Address
346 Chester Road
M16 9EZ
Venue Notes

On street parking

When is it on?

Days & Times
Appointments can be booked Monday - Thursday AM /PM

Who is it for?

Eligibility Details

The minimum age for men on the programme is 21 (though consideration would be given to assessing the suitability of men aged 18-21).

How to use this service

Referral Required?
Referral Details

Referrals pathways

Self Referral

Social Care

Cafcass contact actvity order provider

Cost Information
Dependant on referral type there can be a cost for the service however this is on a sliding scale (dependant of income)

How accessible is this service?

Wheelchair Access
Accessible Toilet
Further Details

Men who have a limited understanding of spoken English may find groupwork unhelpful and in such cases a limited programme of individual work may be offered.


Last updated date:
20 October 2017


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