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Hampton Trust

Hampton Trust is one of the most respected and innovative UK providers of work in the field of domestic abuse and criminal justice

We are committed to rebuilding lives by addressing the root cause of domestic abuse and criminality

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Who we help


We provide a range of services for adults aimed at rebuilding lives and supporting positive change

Who We Help

Children & Young People

We work with children and young people who would benefit from support

Children & Young People


We assist Professionals with co-location models, professional training, and partnership approaches

  • I am now in the position of steadily rebuilding my life

    Out of a seemingly intractable situation, I am now in the position of steadily rebuilding my life and starting a whole new chapter.

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  • Self-esteem and confidence increased immensely

    I left the LINX project feeling empowered, empathic and confident

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  • We greatly lessened the risk

    Where I am now is very different to where I started

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Volunteers have always played a key role in the services we provide, and continue to be crucial to the support we offer. Each member of The Hampton Trust team works together to make a difference to the lives of children, young people, women, men and families across the UK.

At The Hampton Trust, we offer all our volunteers a unique opportunity to participate in our Volunteers Training Programme, which provides a comprehensive insight into the ins and outs of working with issues around domestic abuse.

We always do our best to ensure that volunteering opportunities are as flexible as they can be, and we are happy to talk through enquiries from those seeking a commitment of a few hours a week, to those looking for full-time placements.

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Training Courses

The Hampton Trust has over 23 years experience working to break the cycle of abuse, conflict and exploitation. Our team is skilled in delivering training and over the past year have been involved in delivering training to Social Workers, Police and other Professionals.

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How You Can Help




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Latest News

Find out more about the work of The Hampton Trust around our region and beyond

Hampton Trust awarded Silver Working with Trauma Quality Standards

For the past year we have been working towards attaining the Silver Quality Mark for Trauma Informed Working Principles. We are pleased to announce that we have today received our acknowledgement of our certification from One Small Thing and wanted to share the good news with you all! We were one of five organisations who […]

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Family Law in Partnership and Kingsley Napley Family team launch their 3rd edition of the guide ‘ Schedule 1 of the Childrens Act’ – find how to purchase it and donate to us at the same time!!

Family Law in Partnership and Kingsley Napley Family team launch their 3rd edition of the guide ‘ Schedule 1 of the Childrens Act’ and have generously added us as one of their chosen charities to receive proceeds from money raised from the book purchases. It has been over 30 years since the Children Act 1989 […]

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ISVA team support another successful conviction-Isle of Wight County Press-20th August 2021

A RYDE man who told police he was a virgin, but subjected a girl to rapes and other sexual crimes in the early 1990s, has been jailed for a decade. Steven Roy Reddin, of Arundel Close, appeared before the Isle of Wight Crown Court today (Friday). At a previous hearing on May 24, the 58-year-old admitted […]

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ISVA team support Hampshire Constabulary with successful conviction-11th August 2021

A 50 year-old man from Southampton has been sentenced to nine years in prison after he raped a seventeen year-old girl in Ventnor in 2019. On 9 February 2019 the victim, who is from the Isle of Wight, was socialising with friends in Ventnor. Liam Morrow of Hartington Road in Southampton spoke to them and […]

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Royal Television Society – Charlene Chika Osuagwu’s TV Diary- 17 June 2021

Charlene Chika Osuagwu reflects on the first anniversary of George Floyd’s death – and experiences what it’s like to make a film that changes people’s lives. After eight months working across two productions for Zinc Media, it is officially my last day here. During my time at the company, I have produced Brook Lapping’s Ian Wright: […]

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