Research findings from the Stella Project Young Women's Initiative
A report by Drugscope and AVA, June 2013
Findings of a research project aiming to identify best practice in supporting women affected by sexual violence and mental distress, AVA, June 2013
The drug treatment needs of women involved in prostitution
Findings of the evaluation of the Stella Project Mental Health Initiative, Middlesex University, May 2013
Approaches to addressing domestic violence within Mental Health Trusts, AVA, October 2012
How parents deal with children who use substances and perpetrate abuse, Adfam & AVA, September 2012
Findings of the Stella Project Mental Health Initiative Survivor Consultation, June 2012
MARACs and the Substance Misuse Sector: Supporting the development of safe and effective responses with drug and alcohol agencies
Druglink, Jan/Feb 2011: The other side of alcohol and sex
This report documents the views and experiences of women in London who have experienced some form of domestic or sexual violence.
This researchwas conducted by Dr Sarah Galvani at the University of Bedfordshire in partnership with Adfam and the Stella Project. It explores the views of family support servicer providers and young people accessing services for their parents substance use.
A resource for trans people experiencing domestic violence
This leaflet is for young people who are worried that they or their friends maybe in an unsafe relationship
A resource for gay men experiencing domestic violence
A resource for lesbian and bisexual women experiencing domestic violence
This guide is designed to give lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people who have experienced domestic abuse an overview of their housing options.
The manual is produced by the Men's Health Forum in association with Barking & Dagenham NHS Primary Care Trust.
If you think a friend or family member is experiencing domestic violence, there are things you can do to help.
A survey and audit of how London Borough Crime and Disorder Reduction Partnerships (CDRP) respond to domestic violence during the period of January to March 2007.
Domestic violence prevention in London schools Peer educator pilot project evaluation report
This article featured in the Jan/Feb 2007 edition of Druglink as part of their Women and Drugs special report
Following on from the scoping exercise conducted by London Councils (then ALG) in 2006, AVA produced the following report on behalf of Project Umbra Strand 2.
This Evaluation primarily focuses on the training delivered by the Stella Project since 2004. It assesses the effectiveness of the training and consultancy through statistical analysis and qualitative case studies and further makes recommendations for the future direction of the Stella Project.
Sane Responses highlighted the links between domestic violence and mental distress, while finding that both service sectors often serve the same women within their own model and neglect the co-existing issue.
Report from the December 2002 conference which launced the Stella Project.
This is a presentation made at the Stella Project Networking Event in March 2007 on Children and Domestic Violence
Training DVDs Available
This report is informed by feedback gathered in 16 stakeholder interviews with staff at two HEIs in the southeast of England, local police officers, and local community-based specialist service providers.