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Without the solid community we have, the ongoing support we have for survivors would not be possible. Find out how to become a part of our community so we can continue to empower the desperate families fleeing domestic violence. Our selection of resources for children who are survivors of domestic abuse, Nested Together, focus on their recovery and wellbeing. Our resources are also an aid to parents and carers and children who may be experiencing domestic abuse. They also aim to promote inclusive spaces, kindness, equality and diversity, challenging negative gender based beliefs and post colonial perspectives. We believe that everyone should be treated with kindness and without judgment no matter their background, gender, pronouns, ethnicity or religion.

Making a difference

Nested (formally Rehouse to Rehome) is an award-winning independent registered charity providing long term support to families and individuals who have suffered domestic abuse.

We centre the narratives of survivors at the forefront of our every decision, with a paradigm of servitude and kindness.
We are nested in empowerment, education and equality.
our story

As many as 275 million children are exposed to domestic abuse

Education is pivotal to our work as from what we have learnt about the cycles of domestic abuse, it starts from a young age as the damaging effects of being exposed domestic violence and abuse on children can create a long cycle of inter-generational repercussions.

Help us break the mould of abuse by joining our cause. Together we can end it.

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Slide Empowerment Education Equality Go to resources Our resources for children and young people are created to educate, empower and encourage them when they need it the most. Go to resources It’s Fun Time Through education we can break the cycle of inter-generational domestic abuse. Together lets break the mould.

2.3 million adults experienced domestic abuse in the last year

Violence in the home is one of the most pervasive human rights challenges of our time. One in five adults aged 18 to 74 years experienced at least one form of child abuse, whether emotional abuse, physical abuse, sexual abuse, or witnessing domestic violence or abuse, before the age of 16 years (8.5 million people).

Our goal is to create holistic communities of support for victims and survivors of domestic abuse through our three pronged approach of empowerment, education and equality giving them a chance to rebuild their lives. 

what we do

Our Impact

When someone reaches out to us we always listen, believe, support and offer everyone our friendship because we believe understanding is essential and positive friendships greatly influence peoples healing process.

I just keep looking at everything thinking I hope I don’t wake up and it’s a dream because everything is just perfect. All of the furnishings Rehouse to Rehome have given us are so lovely, this is the happiest we have all felt in years and it’s all because of the loveliest woman and her amazing charity….Read more.

Thank you to this heaven sent charity for the fresh start that it’s provided us. This Christmas has been the only one that I have ever enjoyed with my children and also the only one that my children have experienced without fear. Without this charity we would have spent Christmas in the refuge….Read more.

our impact

Slide Call us to arrange a chat empowerment education equality Do you need help and
need to talk to someone?
Britney is our Nested Ambassador and has survived domestic abuse. In fact she almost lost her life.
If you need someone to talk to who has been there and back, you can arrange a call or get a written response from Britney.
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Join the The Nest

Since starting our cause, we have helped hundreds of individuals and families who have suffered domestic abuse start again in a clean, comfortable furnished home.

Give monthly, and you’ll become a part of The Nest, our passionate community invested in being world changers. We believe in a world without domestic abuse. Find out more here.

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The Archives

Our Archives are a collection of guides to inform and educate on the cause and effect of domestic abuse. By being informed and aware, we can break the mould of abuse.

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Help us reach more people

It’s only with your help that we can continue to help survivors of domestic violence get a fresh start in a new home away from their abuser.

Families with children fleeing domestic violence have to leave all of their belongings behind and run for their lives.

Let’s make sure they are not only safe, but in a home.

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