SEEDS stands for Survivors Empowering and Educating Domestic Abuse Services and is a means by which survivors have their voices heard by those planning and providing domestic abuse services.

The main objective for all SEEDS work is improving the planning and delivery of domestic abuse services by listening to survivors experiences. As long as the core principles of SEEDS work are adhered to this can be achieved through a variety of means:

The overall aim is to improve services by learning from survivors experiences.

SEEDS members are involved in training, raising awareness, giving presentations, participating in consultation events and conducting research amongst survivors.

As members of SEEDS groups, survivors are trained to:

> Find out the views of other survivors (through research and focus groups
> Represent their views and experiences
> Share these with staff working in the different domestic abuse services in order to increase their understanding of domestic violence and abuse.

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Victim Care

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I do not want to report the crime to the police but I still want support

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