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About us

The Alliance for Positive Relationships (APR) is a service delivered jointly by four organisations. For more information about these organisations, please click on the links below.

  • Talk, Listen, Change

    Talk, Listen, Change is a registered charity that delivers support, programmes and therapies that help create and sustain healthy relationships. Services include the delivery of Family Support and Parenting, Children and Young People's Counselling, Adult counselling for individuals and couples, Family therapy, Domestic Abuse Work, Family Mediation and tailor made preventative and early intervention education and learning courses. We deliver across the areas of Manchester, Stockport, Salford, Tameside and Trafford. Visit the Talk, Listen, Change website for more information.  

  • Stockport Homes

    Stockport Homes is an award winner provider of social housing in Stockport. It also manages a number of community based projects and services, providing specialist housing and homelessness related advice and assistance. Visit the Stockport Homes website for more information.

  • Stockport Without Abuse

    Who are Stockport Without Abuse? We are a local charity who offer a range of services to help and support women, men and children who are affected by domestic abuse. Everyone has the right to live their life free from fear, violence and abuse. Visit the Stockport Without Abuse website for more information. 

  • Stockport Womens Centre

    Established in 2001, The Women’s Centre was born out of a huge social need within the local area of Stockport. Initially offering counselling to women suffering from domestic abuse, the Women’s Centre now offers a full range of services that stay true to our vision – to be acknowledged, respected and valued by the local community, and beyond, as the leading provider of innovative support services and therapeutic treatments for women. Visit the Stockport Womens Centre website for more information. 

We all bring different areas of expertise and experience together to deliver a single service to address domestic abuse and relationship difficulties within Stockport. We work with men, women and families through:

  • One-to-one work with individuals and families
  • Group work (for example The Freedom Programme)
  • The provision of general advice and signposting
  • Training and guidance to statutory and community organisations
  • Building community capacity to enable people to support each other
  • Awareness raising and campaigning

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Page last reviewed 29/05/2018