Who can I talk to?
In an emergency remember you should always ring police on 999.
Why not take a look at our guide on how to make a silent 999 call.
If you, or someone you know, is experiencing domestic abuse there are a range of services that can offer help and support.
Solace Women's Aid
National Domestic Violence Helpline
Specialist Refuge Network
Men’s Advice Line
National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV)
Ashiana Network women and girls
Solace Women’s Aid Silver Projects
Rights of Women
Family law advice line
Criminal law advice line
Immigration and asylum law advice line
Women and girls dedicated sexual violence helpline
Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Centre (RASASC) South London
ACT Early - Prevent Radicalisation
Bexley One Stop Shop
Bexley’s Domestic Abuse One Stop Shop offers free advice, information and support from a range of agencies under one roof to help those experiencing domestic abuse. Domestic abuse can affect anyone and therefore, if you are a man or a woman and would like to discuss your issues, you are welcome to attend. No appointment is required just turn up.
The Bexley One Stop Shop is open every Wednesday 12.30pm to 3pm at Central Library Bexleyheath, Townley Road, DA6 7HJ.
For further information please download the Bexley One Stop Shop Poster.PDF
Respect – new self-service Information Hub for male victims
Respect’s Men’s Advice Line has launched a new self-service portal, providing contact details for local domestic abuse support services, male victim refuges and specialist services offering help with everything from mental health to immigration.
Funded by the Home Office and accessible 24 hours a day, the Information Hub adds to the suite of support already provided by the Men’s Advice Line, which includes phone, webchat, and email support, as well as practical support like the Rail to Refuge Scheme, which supports victims to flee abusive relationships into refuge.
For further information and to access support please visit: Respect self-service Information Hub for male victims