Support for Domestic Abuse Victims

Support for Domestic Abuse Victims

 Wed, May 06, 2020

Lockdown has been an extremely difficult time for domestic abuse victims. Recently released statistics showcase a 49% rise in calls to abuse hotlines. 

Domestic abuse is a scourge that affects all demographics, young and old, and it doesn't just involve violence. The following actions are all considered abuse: Being hit, punched or kicked; being threatened; neglect;  emotional abuse;  imprisonment; taking your money; rape; sexual assault; controlling behaviour; talking about shame and honour of your family. 

Thankfully, there is a huge number of organizations, both big and small that can help abused individuals.

The NSPCC has launched a nationwide campaign promoting their helpline. If you are worried about a child’s welfare please call 0808 800 5000 which is operated by a team of dedicated professionals willing to help.

National Domestic Abuse Helpline (freephone) on 0808 2000 247 to know your options and rights. 

Solace Women’s Aid have produced resources for domestic abuse during the COVID-19 lockdown. Click here to access the resources. 

Camden Safety Net on 020 7974 2526 provides services to survivors of domestic abuse and/or sexual violence as well as to children affected by violence. This service is for those living, working or studying in Camden.

Hopscotch Asian Women’s Centre on 0207 388 8198 (Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm), or you can email at

LGBT Domestic Abuse Partnership: You can refer yourself via this link - Self Referral Page.

If it’s an emergency please call 999. 

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