Domestic Abuse Support
What We Can Do
If you are concerned about the behaviour of your partner, ex partner or family member(s) think that you may be experiencing abuse, please get in touch with us.
We can make you an appointment with our Domestic Abuse Case Worker who will be able to listen, empathise and offer advice and support. All of our team are trained to understand the impact of trauma and our services are confidential. We can make appointments in-person or over the phone depending on what is safest for you.
Our Case Worker will conduct a risk assessment with you, can provide you with safety planning advice and can offer support and advocacy for as long as you need. She can make referrals to appropriate services with your consent and will support you every step of the way. We will never push you into making a decision that you are not comfortable with and our support can continue for as long as you need.
To speak with our Case Worker, please get in touch with the centre directly. You can either call 01895 259 578 or get in touch online using our contact form.
We are not an emergency service, nor are we a refuge. Please remember that in an emergency you need to call 999.
You can dial ‘55’ if you are unable to talk.
Your safety is a priority.