Domestic Violence

You may have heard on the news  concerns about an increase in Domestic Violence due to the current  situation, with particular regards to people being  indoors with each other far longer than  normal.  People living in enforced close proximity will lead to increased  tensions in some cases. 

If you are worried and need help or are concerned about someone who may need help, please contact one of the many charities for advice. There are many places to seek help and many charities who are offering advice over the internet or phone, if safe to do so.
A few useful contacts are shown below:

Womens Aid
National  Domestic Violence Helpline 0808 2000 247

 
Advice for the under 25yrs  0808 808 4994

Childline - Wikipedia





For a vast variety of children's concerns, 
including Domestic Violence  0800 1111


Also please click on this link for guidance on supporting people who are experience domestic violence and abuse from the Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Service (CSAS)

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