We work with over 100 families every day to help them move on from fear and abuse. Find out how you can help by donating at Local Giving:
We understand. You are not alone. You do have choices. Contact us for Confidential Advice, Support and Information and Access to emergency accommodation here.
A personal safety plan is a way of helping you to protect yourself and your children. It helps you plan in advance for the possibility of future violence and abuse. It also helps you to think about how you can increase your safety either within the relationship, or if you decide to leave.
If you are worried that someone you know is being abused, you may feel helpless to intervene. We all feel it is difficult to intervene in family matters, but domestic violence is a crime that affects one in four women at some time in their lives (British Medical Association, 1998).
The Survivor's Handbook - indepth advice about finances, housing etc. with translations in different languages. The Survivor's Forum - share your thoughts and feelings with other survivors.
Support for children who may be experiencing domestic violence. The Hideout is the first national website to support children and young people living with violence at home.
The Respect Phoneline Freephone 0808 802 4040 offers information and advice to domestic violence perpetrators, their (ex)partners, friends and family and to frontline workers who come into contact with perpetrators in their work.
The MALE helpline provides a range of services aimed primarily at men experiencing domestic abuse from their partner.
Support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people experiencing domestic violence.
Rights of Women works to attain justice and equality by informing, educating and empowering women on their legal rights. If you would like further information you can visit their website at
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