Is your partner, husband or a family member harming or hurting you? Are you afraid for your safety? You can call us on our Helpline 0208 571 0800 or you can fill in a contact form on our website (provide link). We can help and support you. We can provide you with advice you on how to be safe. We understand how hard it is to leave.
If you are in immediate danger, you must call the police on 999 for your safety and wellbeing.
We will help you overcome your fears of leaving and provide with considered advise one that fits your needs.
If you feel unable to leave, we will work with you and provide you with safety plans and work in partnership with other agencies to ensure your safety.
We will support you to rebuild yourself and help you to find the tools and time to do this.
You are important and its important that you look after yourself. We will walk with you to find a positive outcome for what you would like your future to be.
We can refer you for counselling and support groups so that you can create new friends and your own networks of support.
In short, we are here to help you overcome your experiences of domestic violence. We have experience and expertise is providing a support package with your experiences of abuse and any additional problems you may be experiencing such as:
We work with experienced and reputable solicitors to assist you with your experiences of abuse and related issues.
Our Helpline is open on a Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. When you call our Helpline number (0208 571 0800) we will provide you with comprehensive advice on how you can make yourself safe. Our Helpline is confidential, and you can be assured that you will be listened to.
We provide direct one to one support for young girls and women and their children escaping abuse from these boroughs:
We provide national support for young girls and women who are threatened with and have been forced into marriage.
If you are not in our catchment for direct support, don’t worry, our Helpline with work with you to make sure you are provided with details of agencies that can support you.
If you need refuge space and are calling us out hours, you can also find support via the National Domestic Violence 24 hours helpline number: 0808 2000 247.