Domestic Abuse Support Services

Please don’t suffer in silence, there is someone who can help:

 Emergency calls – 999
(If you call 999 and are unable to speak, coughing or tapping in 55 on the keypad will signal to the call operator that you are in danger, allowing them to send officers to your location)

999 Relay service – available for individuals who are deaf, hard-of-hearing or speech impaired.
For details of how to register and use the service see: https://www.relayuk.bt.com/how-to-use-relay-uk/contact-999-using-relay-uk.html

National Domestic Abuse Helpline                       
 0808 2000 247                                                                                                                                                       Home | Refuge National Domestic Abuse Helpline (nationaldahelpline.org.uk)                                             The freephone, 24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline

 Support for Christian survivors of domestic abuse

 Hourglass (formerly Action on Elder Abuse)                                       
 0808 808 8141

 Respect men's advice line                                                                                  
 0808 8010 327
 Domestic Abuse Helpline for Men | Men's Advice Line UK (mensadviceline.org.uk)                         
 Helpline for male victims of domestic abuse

 Galop National LGBT Domestic Abuse Helpline                                  
 0800 999 5428
 Domestic abuse - Galop the LGBT+ anti-abuse charity - Galop  

 Women’s Aid Live Chat 

 Southall Black Sisters                                                                                
 0208 571 9595
 Advice, advocacy, practical help and counselling for women/children experiencing domestic abuse

 Victim Support                                                                                           
 0808 1689 111
 Support for victims of crime

 Mankind Initiative           
 0182 3334 244
 Support for male victims of domestic abuse

 Karma Nirvana           
 Support for victims of honour based abuse and forced marriage

Dewis Choice:  Centre for Age Gender and Social Justice have a directory of organisations and helplines including for BAME, LGBTQ, and older people, as well people living with mental health and substance abuse  issues  

Directory - Centre For Age Gender and Social Justice (dewischoice.org.uk)

 CONNEXIONAL SAFEGUARDING TEAM                                               
020 7467 5189

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