Accreditation for work with male victims of domestic abuse is based on a set of working principles outlined in the Respect Male Victims’ Standard which sets out service requirements for services supporting male victims of domestic abuse covering the model of work, management and service operation.
It ensures that organisations meet their responsibilities towards male victims and that the experiences of male victims, their safety, well-being and freedom is at the centre of all their work.
Respect accreditation applies to services in the voluntary, statutory or private sectors, or for those operating as a partnership or consortium of organisations.
Respect members receive a reduced fee of £2,075 excl. VAT for accreditation assessment. For non-members, assessment costs £2,490 excl. VAT. Become a member today to receive the discount.
- Respect Male Victims' Standard
- Respect Male Victims' Standard Readiness Checklist: check if you are ready to apply for assessment.
- Respect Toolkit for Work with Male Victims of Domestic Abuse: a comprehensive, free, resource for frontline workers supporting men experiencing domestic abuse.
- Respect Toolkit Assessment Forms: for use alongside the Toolkit.