Support for domestic abuse
If you are in immediate danger of domestic abuse, please call the police on 999.
Statistically, approximately one in four women and one in five men are affected by domestic abuse. We deal with over 100 cases a year and have shown our commitment to helping victims of domestic abuse by providing a dedicated domestic abuse outreach service.
We are committed to helping anyone who is or has been a victim of domestic abuse. We can offer confidential help, advice, advocacy, both emotional and practical support and guidance on how to deal with any instances of domestic abuse. If you would like to talk to someone about your situation, receive advice or find out who to contact you can complete our online referral form or contact our domestic abuse outreach service directly.
How to report domestic abuse
If you are a victim of domestic abuse, or you would like to report domestic abuse on behalf of someone else, please complete our online referral form.
When you complete our referral form, we will ask for:
- Your details
- Information about your situation
- Information about anyone else involved
Once you have submitted the referral form, our domestic abuse outreach service will contact you.
Alternatively, you can contact us in the following ways:
- By telephone: call or text 07966 202181 or call 01455 238141 and ask to speak to the Domestic Abuse Outreach Worker in our community safety team.
- Complete our online domestic abuse contact form
- For information on how to get help and spot the signs of domestic abuse, download our domestic abuse booklet (PDF):
- Domestic abuse help - to find out about available help and where to get information
- Cover your tracks online (womensaid.org.uk)
Last updated: 29/06/2022 11:45