What to do in a crisis

If you need to leave in an emergency Call us on: 0117 982 2495

Or contact the Police and they will help you get to a safe place and contact us in the morning.

If you need medical attention go to a Hospital Accident and Emergency Department.

If possible take with you your own front door key, any benefit books or proof of identity.

Do you want to stay in your own home?

We can help you stay in your home and keep the perpetrator away. We will also help make your home safe.

Below are some examples of the support we offer.

  • Someone to talk things over with regularly
  • Form a safety plan
  • Help you go to court to get legal protection
  • Work with the police to keep you safe

Call us on: 0117 982 2495
or text: 07714 290 011

The service offers support to all women and men who are victims of domestic abuse and who live within the local area.

Help is also available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on the National Domestic Violence Helpline – Freephone 0808 2000 247

Make Yourself Heard

Safety tips for emergencies:

Click here to find out what to do if you need urgent police help through the 999 service, but cannot speak.