Domestic Abuse

Information on support services on domestic abuse

Anyone can experience/ be a victim of domestic abuse, regardless of gender, age, ethnicity, religion, socio-economic status, sexuality or background. (, 2023)

It is estimated that 5.0% of adults (6.9% women and 3.0% men) aged 16 years and over experienced domestic abuse in the year ending March 2022; this equates to an estimated 2.4 million adults (1.7 million women and 699,000 men). (CSEW,2022)

If you’re experiencing domestic abuse and feel frightened of, or controlled by, a partner, an ex-partner, family member or someone you may live with, it’s important to remember that it’s not your fault. Accessing help and support may seem and feel like a difficult step to take, however there is support available and you are not alone.

Signs of domestic abuse may not be overt or physical and if you are unsure please see here for more information.

If you are in immediate danger, call 999 and ask for the police. If you can’t speak and are calling on a mobile press 55 to have your call transferred to the police. Find out how to call the police when you can’t speak- here

There are a number of National support services available:

National Services

For those in Northern Ireland/ Scotland and Wales:

Many individuals may feel more secure engaging with support services specifically in relation to their gender identity and the below provides services which may be beneficial

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