Hampton Trust services remain open.
However, some services will be delivered remotely and adapted to ensure we remain Covid secure.
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 criminalityFind out more
Who we help
We provide a range of services for adults aimed at rebuilding lives and supporting positive changeWho We Help
Children & Young People
We work with children and young people who would benefit from supportChildren & Young People
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.Read more
Self-esteem and confidence increased immensely
I left the LINX project feeling empowered, empathic and confidentRead more
We greatly lessened the risk
Where I am now is very different to where I startedRead more
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.Find out more
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.Find out more
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Chantal Hughes, CEO talking to the ITV Tonight Show – 8th April 2021
Our CEO Chantal Hughes talking to the ITV Tonight programme about why we need to tackle the root course of domestic abuse and why men need to be part of the conversation on violence against women and girls. Chantal Hughes of @TheHamptonTrust, who support victims and work with perpetrators, tells #ITVTonight "…we've still got so […]
Bournemouth Daily Echo News Article – Dorset Police launch programme to educate domestic abuse offenders – 29 March 2021
DORSET Police has launched a new programme to protect victims of domestic abuse by challenging and changing the behaviours of serial offenders and those deemed to be the most high-risk. The DRIVE programme, which is delivered by Southampton based foundation Hampton Trust, is a partnership initiative between Dorset Police, Office of the Dorset Police and […]
New Valley News Article – New aim to stop serial domestic abuse- 26 March 2021
A new DRIVE programme launched by Dorset Police and administered by Hampton Trust, is a partnership initiative between Dorset Police, Police and Crime Commissioner, BCP Council and Dorset Council. The first six months of the programme is funded by the Home Office. The organisers said that while many services rightly focus on support for victims, […]
Daily Echo News Article – Almost half of reported Hampshire rape cases are dropped – 22 March 2021
SHOCKING figures have revealed that almost half of all rape cases in Hampshire are dropped by the complainant. Sexual abuse victims across Hampshire and the rest of the county often face lengthy court delays. Experts even say they risk being retraumatised by their experiences of the criminal justice system. Furthermore, many victims give up seeking justice […]
New Valley News Article – Domestic Abuse Offenders targeted – 25 February 2021
Dorset Police are contacting the most serious offenders responsible for domestic violence as well as coercive and controlling behaviour, and will offer resources to help them change their behaviour. Dorset’s most high-risk domestic abuse perpetrators are now being targeted under an innovative scheme aimed at making victims safer and reducing reoffending rates. The Drive Programme […]