If you are suffering domestic violence and think that your attacker may check your internet activity, use a friend’s computer or go to the public library or an internet cafe. It is possible to clear your history pages by going to Internet Options, but it is difficult to remove all records and we would strongly advise you to use another computer if you are at all worried.
If you think you are in immediate danger dial 999
Penny Beale Snr.
National Centre for Domestic Violence
For help in getting an injunction
Tel. 08709 220704 (24 hrs)
0800 9 702070 (24hrs)
24 Hour Emergency Injunction Service – Free to Everyone
0844 8044 999
24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline
Freephone: 0808 2000 247
Jewish Women’s Aid
Freephone: 0808 801 05000
Kiran Asian Women’s Aid
020 8558 1986
Muslim Women’s Helpline
020 8904 8193
Southall Black Sisters
020 8571 9595
Information and advice
Freephone: 0800 169 65 65
NHS advice – use the 111 service
If you are feeling unwell and need a telephone health assessment, please call the NHS 111 service free of charge from any phone by dialling “111″
Freephone: 0800 11 11
Freephone: 0808 800 5000
Civil Legal Advice
0845 345 43 45
Home Office Crime and Policing
Provides support and hope for those affected by someone else’s drinking.
0207 40 30 8888 open 10am-10pm daily.
Rights of Women
Sexual Violence Legal Advice Line
020 7251 6577
Counselling for men who want to change their violent or abusive behaviour.
020 7263 8884
Broken Rainbow National Helpline
For same sex domestic abuse. Supports lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgender people who are experiencing domestic violence.
0845 2604460 & 0300 999 5428.
Mens’ Advice Line
Respect is the UK membership association for domestic violence perpetrator programmes and associated support services. Information and advice to people concerned about their abuse or violence to a partner.
Help The Aged
Help the Aged campaign against abuse of the elderly
Elder Abuse Helpline
Freephone: 0808 808 8141 (Weekdays 10am – 4pm.)
Children’s Centres and Services see under Local Authority websites