Olive Pathway

Focusing on supporting victims of gender-based violence, based in Wythenshawe.

Olive Pathway is a survivor-led charity organisation based in in Wythenshawe, South Manchester and provides specialist support services to victims and survivors of domestic abuse and Gender-Based Violence (GBV), women and families from Black Minority Ethnic (BME) communities within Greater Manchester. support specialist session, coaching and advocacy. This can be through a referral from professionals, community faith leaders, friends and family, or self-referral.

Our Services

Our services are delivered to service users remotely or face-to-face and include:

  • Telephone Consultation through a Helpline
  • One to One Specialist Support Sessions (Culturally Sensitive)
  • One to One Counselling (Culturally Sensitive)
  • Mental and Well-Being Support
  • Early Intervention Support
  • Crisis Support
  • DASH Risk Assessment
  • Risk Management Support Plan
  • Safety Plans
  • Welfare Checks
  • Outreach Support
  • Court and Professional Meetings Support
  • Life Coaching and Mentoring
  • Emergency Supported Accommodation
  • Social Media Awareness
  • Online Interactive Awareness and Support
  • Advocacy and Information (virtually/ face to face)
  • Signposting to Primary Healthcare, Specialists Healthcare Services i.e., Sexual Health Clinics, Immigration Solicitors, Housing/ Homeless Team, other Multi-Agencies, Policies, Domestic Abuse Reduction Teams, MASH, Social Services, and Immigration Solicitors.
  • Specialist and bespoke training on cultural competencies and GBV

 

Contact Information:

Office Hours: Monday- Friday, 9 am-5 pm

Helpline: 07958659203

Referrals Email: referrals@olivepathway.org.uk