If you are a victim of domestic abuse, you are not alone, we are here to help. No matter what your background, age, job, race or sexuality, we are here to give all the support we can.
One is six men will be a victim of domestic abuse in their lifetime:
You are not weak
You are not alone
For many men, calling our anonymous helpline is the first step they have made in talking to someone else about the problems they face. Whether it is information you need or just someone to listen to you, please call.
We also welcome calls from mothers, sisters, daughters, brothers, sons, friends, work colleagues seeking information they know or think is a victim. We are here to help.
Our helpline is operated by trained people who can give both listening and practical support as well as providing information.
Listening support includes:
• Simply someone to talk to
• Giving you confidence
• Helping you to realise you are not blame
• How to report incidents
• Planning an escape
• Police procedures
• Housing and refuge support
• Local councils and other local support services
• Legal services (including solicitors who will help)
If we cannot help directly, we know people and organisations who can.
We do not reply to emails for personal safety reasons, due to the risk that any reply may be intercepted by the perpetrator.
We are a member of the Helplines Partnership.
If you would like to leave feedback on our service, please do so here.