We understand how daunting it can be to reach out and tell someone about what is happening to you.
The Helpline team will always listen to you, believe you, and support you. They will never judge you or put pressure on you.
Before you call
Be sure that you are safe when you call the helpline. This means that the perpetrator of the abuse is not in the same property as you (even if they are in another room, the garden or asleep). To keep you safe from harm, it’s important that you are not overheard.
If you are emailing us to request support, it is important that you let us know a safe time and number for us to contact you.