This website has been created to help those living with domestic abuse to recognise the symptoms, and to find support services to help them change their situations, whether that is leaving or staying. We also have a growing section for professionals with information on services, agencies and procedures to ensure they can give the best possible support to their clients.
If you are affected by domestic abuse and you need help quickly:
If you or your family are in immediate danger, ring 999 and ask for help.
The National Domestic Violence Helpline is an emergency freephone 24 hour number - call 0808 2000 247 for help and if you need urgent access to refuge services.
Don't accept Domestic Abuse! You are not alone, get the help you need by using the links on this web-site.
Domestic abuse is a common (but unfortunately hidden) issue, where people of either gender – adults, teenagers and children suffer or are forced through physical, emotional, financial or other manipulation to change their behaviour by those who should be most supportive of them; girlfriend or boyfriend, husbands, wives or civil partners, partners, ex partners, or family members - for example parents, siblings or relatives in law.Read More