If you feel that you are in immediate danger call 999 and ask for the police.
If you are unable to speak call 999 and then press 55 to use the Silent Solution system.
If you can’t use a voice phone you can use the emergency text service. To use this service text REGISTER to 999 and follow the instructions sent to you.
You can also Ask for ANI in a participating pharmacy which will have an ‘Ask for ANI’ logo on display. They will offer you a private space, provide a phone to use and ask if you need support from the police or an abuse support service.
|Name||What does it do?||Contact Number||Website|
|Samaritans||Confidential support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair.||116 123 available 24/7||http://www.samaritans.org|
|Womens Aid||Support for Women and Children escaping threat or abuse||N/A||http://www.womensaid.org.uk|
|National Centre for Domestic Violence||Support & injunctions||0800 970 2070||https://www.ncdv.org.uk/|
|Victim Support||Provides emotional and practical support for people affected by crime and traumatic events.||0808 168 9111||victimsupport.org.uk|
|ManKind||Support for male victims of domestic abuse||01823 334244||http://www.mankind.org.uk|
|Refuge||Support for Women and Children escaping threat or abuse||0808 2000 247||http://www.refuge.org.uk|
|Help for Adult Victims of Child Abuse (HAVOCA)||Supports adult survivors of any form of childhood abuse.||0808 801 0331||napac.org.uk|
|Childline||Support for children and young people in the UK||0800 1111||childline.org.uk|
|Kidscape||Information and advice for parents, carers and young people with concerns about school bullying and abuse.||0207 823 5430||kidscape.org.uk|
|National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)||Support and information for children and anyone worried about a child.||0800 800 5000 (for adults concerned about a child)|
0800 1111 (18 or under – Childline helpline)