If you need help right now
and you’re in physical danger - CALL 999

If you need help to escape an abusive situation, there are lots of agencies to help. See the list of downloadable resources on this page which may help.

If you need someone to talk to, contact your doctor or Women’s Aid.

You can reach Women’s aid by email via this link:  click here to email women’s Aid.

Or call the Samaritans by dialling :  116 123.

During the Covid-19 crisis, there is increased support from the government. 

Look on Twitter for #YouAreNotAlone (always clear your browser history if you are worried your online activity is being monitored).

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