Are you worried that someone you know may be in or responsible for an abusive relationship?
Our team can help. From advice to safe accommodation, no matter the situation, we can work with you to prevent abusive behaviour before it takes over and help to build a brighter future for your friend or loved one. Just reach out.
Need someone to talk to or know someone who does?
If you are in immediate danger please call 999
There’s no typical relationship, which means there isn’t just one way we can help, however, here are a few of the ways we can offer support:
• Advice and guidance
• Immediate safety planning
• Safe accommodation
• On-going individual, peer and group recovery support programmes
• Group behaviour change programmes for those responsible for abuse
If you’re not sure, we’d always recommend you get in touch so our experts can suggest the best plan of action, however, if you’d like to learn more about the warning signs of relationship abuse click below.
First and foremost, we’re here to listen to what you’re going through and what you need to keep safe.
Then, we’ll recommend support specific to your situation – whether that’s connecting you and your children with our safe accommodation options or guiding you on how to increase your safety at home. We can provide as much or as little help and assistance as you feel is right for you.
Don’t let what you think we might say stop you from calling us. You can live a life free from relationship abuse. Our team is here to help you do that.
Imagine a world where no one has to live through an abusive relationship or feel trapped in the cycle of abusive behaviour. That world is possible, but it starts at the heart of the issue, working to end abuse at the source and bringing recovery, education and prevention together to make a lasting impact
If we’re not available, we recommend you call:
- National 24 hour domestic violence helpline: 0808 2000 247
- Mankind (weekdays 10am – 4pm): 01823 334244
- National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline Phone: 0800 9995428
If you’re worried about your own behaviour, please contact Respect’s free phoneline: 0808 802 4040
Send us an email at [email protected] and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.