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Domestic Abuse Support Services

We have provided a useful list of organisations and their contact details who can support individuals and families affected by domestic abuse.

These confidential and free services have supported thousands of families locally and nationally who have experienced or currently experiencing domestic abuse.

Sefton Women and Children’s Aid A free and confidential support for women, young people and children throughout the borough of Sefton. 0151 922 8606 / help@swaca.com
Sefton Independent Domestic Violence Advocate Service A service provided for those being affected by domestic violence throughout Sefton.  

 

0151 934 5142

 

 


Liverpool Domestic Abuse Service
A free, independent and confidential service for those suffering with domestic abuse.  

0800 084 2744

 


Merseyside Domestic Abuse Service 
 

Formally known as Chrysalis, the service provides support for women, children and young people being affected by domestic abuse.

0151 709 8770 / 07780948890
Cheshire East Domestic Abuse Hub   

A hub for information, consultation, referral and triage for families affected by domestic abuse.

 

0300 123 5101
Womens Aid  A 24 hour freephone service providing national domestic abuse support.  

0808 2000 247

 


Rights of Women 
Advice surrounding family law, supporting those who are experiencing or have previously experienced domestic abuse. info@row.org.uk
 

The National Centre for Domestic Violence 

A free and fast emergency service for victims of domestic abuse regardless of circumstances. 0844 8044 999
0800 970 2070
Respect A helpline for men experiencing domestic abuse. 0808 802 4040
Freephone National Domestic Abuse Helpline, run by Refuge
Refuge is an independent, specialist charity that supports women fleeing domestic abuse and other forms of gender-based violence. 0808 2000 247

Police 
 

The police support the individuals and families affected by domestic abuse. The police is contactable through an emergency and non-emergency telephone number.

999
101

 

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