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Advice on how to stay safe and links to further information.
Explains what domestic violence and abuse is, and what help is available to those affected by domestic violence and abuse.
Information about domestic violence aimed at children and young people living in homes where domestic violence is happening. Includes information about making a safety plan and getting support.
Includes a list of questions to help you tell if you are experiencing domestic violence.
It is a criminal offence in England and Wales for someone to subject you to coercive control. If you experience this kind of abuse you can report it to the police. You may also be able to apply to the Family Court for protection. This legal guide is designed to give you information about the ways in which the law can protect you.
Rights of Women
Explains what domestic abuse is, and contains links to its signs, symptoms and effects and keeping children safe.
Links to PDFs in English and translations into 12 other languages. The leaflet explains how to get help to escape violence and abuse, and keep safe. It focuses on issues faced by black and minority ethnic women and children, but it contains information which can be used to help victims of domestic and sexual violence from any nationality or ethnic background.
A legal support service, designed to help protect women against domestic abuse. Includes legal advice, local support, an online tool to apply for a court order.
This information is for you if you have arrived in the UK to join a partner who is settled here, but have to leave your home because you fear or have experienced violence from your partner. It explains the special rules that may allow you to keep your right to reside when you end your relationship because of domestic violence. Also explains your rights to benefits and housing.
Chartered Institute of Housing
There may be steps you can take to make your home safe enough to stay in if you are facing domestic abuse or violence. (Content applies to England only.)
Information about the Women's Aid National Domestic Helpline and how the service can help you. This page also provides information about other specialist helplines which can advise on domestic violence issues.
Domestic Violence Helplines for men.
Information and support for men experiencing Domestic Abuse,
Mankind's Helpline is 01823 334 244
Mens Advice Line
Advice line for men experiencing domestic violence
Helpline for Male Victims of Domestic Violence and
separate Helpline for Male Perpetrators
LGBT Domestic Violence helpline 0800 999 5428
Find out about women's refuges if you've experienced domestic violence - how to get a place and what they're like. (Content applies to England only.)
Organisation providing information about what to do if you have been the victim of domestic violence.
Being in a court building with your abuser can be one of the most difficult parts of the Family Court process. Links to a short film for survivors of domestic violence explaining the ways the courts can help make the process of going to court safer and make it easier for you to take part in court hearings without feeling intimidated.
Rights of Women
Explains the circumstances when you may be eligible for legal aid if you have experienced domestic abuse and the evidence you will need to show.
Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) has a range of measures designed to support people who flee violent and abusive households. Explains what counts of domestic violence and abuse, and what help you might get.
Emotional and practical support for LGBT+ people experiencing domestic abuse. Abuse isn’t always physical - it can be psychological, emotional, financial and sexual too.
Being in a court building with your abuser can be one of the most difficult parts of the Family Court process.
This video explains ways the courts can help make the process of going to court safer and make it easier for you to take part in court hearings without feeling intimidated.
I recommend you listen to this video, it is one of the best videos I have listened to support you in making your application to the Court for an Injunction.
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