A partnership between 3 agencies leading change for cohesive policies and
strategies for tackling domestic abuse and housing globally.
The Domestic Abuse Housing Alliance’s (DAHA) mission is to improve the housing sector’s response to domestic abuse through the introduction and adoption of an established set of standards and an accreditation process.
Launched in September of 2014, DAHA embeds the best practice learned and implemented by its three founding partners and has established the first accreditation for housing providers.
If you are experiencing domestic abuse, help and support are available.
In an emergency call...
National Domestic Violence Helpline
0808 2000 247 (Freephone)
For advice and access to support please email us...
01 / Lobbying
Policy, strategy and training
We provide lobbying, consultancy, policy and strategy services internationally to establish cohesive, and organisational approachs to tackling domestic abuse.
02 / Accreditation
DAHA embeds the best practice learned and implemented by our three founding partners and has established the first accreditation for housing providers.
03 / Research
DAHA are leading and undertaking research nationally and internationally.
Anti-Social Behaviour and Social Housing Conference
OCT 2012 | LONDON
Community Housing Cymru Group (CHC) annual conference
NOV 2013 | CARDIFF
Domestic Violence & the Workplace
OCT 2014 | PRAGUE
Adolescent to Parent Violence and Abuse Launch – Home Office
MARCH 2015 | LONDON
European Conference on Domestic Violence
SEPT 2015 | BELFAST
3rd World Conference of Women’s Shelter
NOV 2015 | THE HAGUE
FEANTSA Annual Conference
JUNE 2016 | BRUSSELS