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Centre for Development and Empowerment of Women (CDEW) Family Counselling Centres

The Centre for Development and Empowerment of Women (CDEW) is specifically designed to support victims of domestic violence. These centers aim to assist couples who are experiencing strained relationships due to marital discord, offering them a platform to openly discuss their problems and seek effective solutions. By providing a safe and supportive environment, CDEW aims to facilitate dialogue and promote understanding within families facing conflicts.

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About CDEW

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Domestic violence refers to a pattern of abusive behavior in any intimate relationship or household setting, where one person seeks to exert power and control over another. It encompasses a range of abusive actions and behaviors that can be physical, sexual, emotional, psychological, or financial in nature. It is a violation of a person’s fundamental human rights and can have severe and lasting physical, emotional, and social consequences.

శారీరక దుర్వినియోగం

Physical violence or assault, such as hitting, slapping, punching, kicking, or restraining the victim.

లైంగిక వేధింపుల

Forced or coerced sexual acts, sexual assault, rape, or any other form of sexual coercion without the victim’s consent.

Emotional and Psychological Abuse

Non-physical forms of abuse, including intimidation, threats, humiliation, constant criticism, controlling behavior, isolation, gaslighting, and manipulation.

Economic Abuse

Controlling the victim’s financial resources, denying access to money, restricting employment opportunities, or using financial dependence as a means of control.

The Domestic Violence Act (also known as the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act) is a crucial legal framework that aims to protect women from various forms of domestic abuse and violence. The act recognizes that violence within the home is a violation of a woman’s fundamental rights and seeks to provide victims with legal remedies, support, and assistance. మరింత తెలుసుకోవడానికి ఇక్కడ క్లిక్ చేయండి

IPC 498A is a section of the Indian Penal Code that deals with offenses related to cruelty by a husband or his relatives towards a married woman. This section was introduced to address the issue of dowry-related harassment and violence against women in India. IPC 498A defines cruelty as any willful conduct that is likely to drive a woman to commit suicide or cause grave physical or mental harm, endanger her life, or impair her health. The section recognizes both mental and physical cruelty as offenses punishable under the law. To know more, ఇక్కడ నొక్కండి.

Dowry Prohibition Act is an Indian law which was enacted on 1st of May in the year 1961. This act was levied to prevent giving or receiving any form of dowry. The Dowry Prohibition Act was passed in the year 1961 which justifies the term ‘dowry’ which includes the property, goods, or money that is given by either of the parties who is engaged in the marriage. This can be given by the parents of either of the party or by anyone else who is in connection with the marriage. The Dowry Prohibition Act is applicable to all persons irrespective of caste or religion in India. To know more, ఇక్కడ నొక్కండి.

Domestic violence refers to a pattern of abusive behavior in any intimate relationship or household setting, where one person seeks to exert power and control over another. It encompasses a range of abusive actions and behaviors that can be physical, sexual, emotional, psychological, or financial in nature. It is a violation of a person’s fundamental human rights and can have severe and lasting physical, emotional, and social consequences.

శారీరక దుర్వినియోగం
Physical violence or assault, such as hitting, slapping, punching, kicking, or restraining the victim.
లైంగిక వేధింపుల
Forced or coerced sexual acts, sexual assault, rape, or any other form of sexual coercion without the victim’s consent.
Emotional and Psychological Abuse
Non-physical forms of abuse, including intimidation, threats, humiliation, constant criticism, controlling behavior, isolation, gaslighting, and manipulation.
Economic Abuse
Controlling the victim’s financial resources, denying access to money, restricting employment opportunities, or using financial dependence as a means of control.

The Domestic Violence Act (also known as the Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act) is a crucial legal framework that aims to protect women from various forms of domestic abuse and violence. The act recognizes that violence within the home is a violation of a woman’s fundamental rights and seeks to provide victims with legal remedies, support, and assistance. మరింత తెలుసుకోవడానికి ఇక్కడ క్లిక్ చేయండి

IPC 498A is a section of the Indian Penal Code that deals with offenses related to cruelty by a husband or his relatives towards a married woman. This section was introduced to address the issue of dowry-related harassment and violence against women in India. IPC 498A defines cruelty as any willful conduct that is likely to drive a woman to commit suicide or cause grave physical or mental harm, endanger her life, or impair her health. The section recognizes both mental and physical cruelty as offenses punishable under the law. To know more, ఇక్కడ నొక్కండి.

Services Provided

At the Centre for Development and Empowerment of Women (CDEW) – Family Counselling Centre, our primary focus is to provide comprehensive support and assistance to women and families who have experienced various forms of abuse, harassment, and familial issues. We understand the importance of building healthy and harmonious relationships and are committed to helping individuals and families navigate through their challenges.
Our dedicated team of trained professionals, specializing in family counselling provides a safe and confidential environment where victims can seek guidance, express their concerns, and work towards healing and growth. Our services include:

Individual Counselling

Our individual counselling sessions provide a one-on-one setting for victims to explore their feelings, emotions, and experiences in a supportive and non-judgmental space. Our counselors offer personalized guidance, empowerment, and coping strategies to help individuals regain their strength and rebuild their lives.

Couple Counselling

We recognize the importance of addressing relationship dynamics and conflicts within couples. Our couple counselling sessions aim to facilitate open communication, improve understanding, and resolve conflicts. Our counselors work with both partners to promote healthy communication patterns, enhance empathy, and strengthen the bond between them.

Family Counselling

Family dynamics can significantly impact the well-being of the victims of domestic violence. Our family counselling sessions focus on addressing issues within the family, improving communication, and fostering healthier relationships. Our counselors provide guidance and tools to promote understanding, empathy, and cooperation among family members.

Awareness & Training programs

We organize awareness and training programs on various topics related to family dynamics, relationship skills, and personal development.

Referral services

Through referral services we aim to connect individuals and families with additional such as Legal services, Medical & Health services, Social Services such as shelter and childcare

In all our counselling services, we emphasize confidentiality, empathy, and respect for each individual’s unique experiences and circumstances. We are dedicated to empowering women and families to break free from the cycle of abuse, heal from the emotional wounds, and build a future filled with love, respect, and harmony.

How to get service from CDEW- FCC : Clients will be encouraged to reach out to the CDEW Family Counselling Centers through various channels. The primary source includes contacting the concerned area L&O, Women Police Stations (PS) and reaching out to nearest CDEW centres in person along with the police petition.
And Clients can reach the centres by below sources also:

  • Direct walk in to CDEW centres.
  • Referred by another client.
  • NGO referral or Help line numbers.
  • Through mail to: cdewcenters.wsw@gmail.com

Services Provided

At the Centre for Development and Empowerment of Women (CDEW) – Family Counselling Centre, our primary focus is to provide comprehensive support and assistance to women and families who have experienced various forms of abuse, harassment, and familial issues. We understand the importance of building healthy and harmonious relationships and are committed to helping individuals and families navigate through their challenges.
Our dedicated team of trained professionals, specializing in family counselling provides a safe and confidential environment where victims can seek guidance, express their concerns, and work towards healing and growth. Our services include:

Individual Counselling

Our individual counselling sessions provide a one-on-one setting for victims to explore their feelings, emotions, and experiences in a supportive and non-judgmental space. Our counselors offer personalized guidance, empowerment, and coping strategies to help individuals regain their strength and rebuild their lives.

Couple Counselling

We recognize the importance of addressing relationship dynamics and conflicts within couples. Our couple counselling sessions aim to facilitate open communication, improve understanding, and resolve conflicts. Our counselors work with both partners to promote healthy communication patterns, enhance empathy, and strengthen the bond between them.

Family Counselling

Family dynamics can significantly impact the well-being of the victims of domestic violence. Our family counselling sessions focus on addressing issues within the family, improving communication, and fostering healthier relationships. Our counselors provide guidance and tools to promote understanding, empathy, and cooperation among family members.

Awareness & Training programs

We organize awareness and training programs on various topics related to family dynamics, relationship skills, and personal development.

Referral services

Through referral services we aim to connect individuals and families with additional such as: Police Protection, Legal services, Medical & Health services, Shelter and childcare, Outreach Services, Helpline Numbers

In all our counselling services, we emphasize confidentiality, empathy, and respect for each individual’s unique experiences and circumstances. We are dedicated to empowering women and families to break free from the cycle of abuse, heal from the emotional wounds, and build a future filled with love, respect, and harmony.

How to get service from CDEW- FCC : Clients will be encouraged to reach out to the CDEW Family Counselling Centers through various channels. The primary source includes contacting the concerned area L&O, Women Police Stations (PS) and reaching out to nearest CDEW centres in person along with the police petition.
And Clients can reach the centres by below sources also:

  • Direct Walk in – Women Safety Wing, Lakdi Ka Pool
  • Police Stations (L&O), Women Police Stations
  • Direct walk in to CDEW centres.
  • Referred by another client.
  • NGO referral or Help line numbers.
  • Through mail to: cdewcenters[dot]wsw[at]gmail[dot]com

Impact Created as of January 2024

Total number of cases received till January 2024: 5541
Total number of cases closed till January 2024: 4680
Total number of counselling sessions digitized till January 2024: 17100
% of cases closed through marriage restoration: 41%

FAQ

The Centre is specifically designed to assist married women who are victims of domestic violence. Any married woman experiencing abuse, whether physical, emotional, or financial, can seek help from the Centre.

Yes, it is mandatory to visit the police station and report the issue with the police station, then get the petition number and acknowledgement to visit the CDEW FCC Center for counselling

The Centre provides a range of services to support victims of domestic violence, including:
సలహా: Trained professionals offer confidential counselling sessions to help victims cope with the emotional and psychological impact of domestic violence.
Legal Guidance: The Centre provides guidance on legal options available to victims, including filing complaints, obtaining protection orders, and accessing legal aid.
Safety Planning: Victims receive assistance in developing safety plans to protect themselves and their children, including information about emergency shelters and support networks.
Referrals: The Centre can refer victims to other support services, such as medical assistance, shelter homes, and relevant government departments.

Feedback is an important aspect of improving services. There are several ways to provide feedback to the Centre: Email: Feedback can be sent via email to feedback.cdew@gmail.com Form to share the Feedback: https://form.jotform.com/230660726912051 QR Code to share the Feedback:

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Internship Opportunities: Join our team as an intern and contribute your skills and time to support our programs.

To apply for internship click here: https://form.jotform.com/213370961089460

Partnerships: Collaborate with us on joint initiatives, projects, or sponsor specific programs. Reach out to cdwcenters[dot]wsw[at]gmail[dot]com

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