Domestic and sexual abuse can happen to anyone. There’s no need to be ashamed of reaching out for help.
All survivors of domestic and sexual abuse should be able to access the support they deserve to help them move on. We know that not all abuse is reported to the police, and we’re here to support anyone who’s been impacted by any sort of abuse.
Our serious crime caseworker is here to support these survivors regardless of how long ago the incidents happened, or whether the police were involved.
Our support is free and confidential and our dedicated caseworker works closely with local independent domestic violence advocates (IDVAs) and independent sexual violence advocates (ISVAs) to make sure you get the best support for you.
You can get support via face to face meetings, telephone or video calls.
We can help with contacting the police or other criminal justice agencies on your behalf, or advocating with statutory services if needed. We can refer you for professional counselling or talking therapy if that’s something you are interested in.
If you or someone you know is a survivor of domestic or sexual abuse, our serious crime caseworker can be contacted by calling the Victim Help Centre on 0300 303 0159 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Other services that may be able to help include: