If you’re experiencing domestic abuse, we can put you in touch with other support organisations that understand your specific needs. Below you’ll find a list of organisations who can assist you.
Call the UK police non-emergency number, 101, if you need support or advice from the police and it's not an emergency. If you have a hearing or speech impairment, use our textphone service on 18001 101.
Cambridge Women's Aid Provides dedicated and specialist services to women and children affected by domestic abuse.
Peterborough Women’s Aid Supports and empowers women and children to realise their true value and full potential away from domestic abuse.
Victim Support Free and confidential help to victims of crime, witnesses, their family and friends, with 24-hour live chat and helpline available.
Advice for perpetrators
Respect.uk Respect gives advice to those who are finding it difficult to manage their behaviour and need help to change their ways. It includes help for young people using violence and abuse in close relationships and also helps male victims of domestic abuse.
Shelter Emergency Helpline This charity gives advice for those struggling with bad housing or homelessness, including domestic abuse victims who have been forced from their homes.
Galop Emotional and practical support for LGBT+ people.
Sign Health Support and advice for victims of domestic abuse who are deaf or hard of hearing.
NSPCC Includes a helpline for adults who are concerned about a child.
The following groups and organisations can provide support and guidance for victims of 'child and adolescent to parent violence and abuse' (CAPVA).
Parental Education Growth Support (PEGS) A social enterprise that supports any parent, carer or guardian experiencing child to parent abuse, regardless of the age of the child, even if they are of adult age.
Capa First Response Capa (Child or Adolescent to Parent Abuse) supports families and professionals troubled by a child using aggressive or harmful behaviour in the home. It helps those who care for either a child under the age of 18 or a young person up to the age of 25 with a neurodiverse diagnosis such as ASD or ADHD.
Family Lives A confidential and free helpline service that offers emotional support, information, advice and guidance on any aspect of parenting and family life.
FamilyLine A charity that supports family members over the age of 18. It provides emotional, practical and financial support, as well as guidance on family issues.
Karma Nirvana Confidential helpline providing emotional and practical support and advice for victims and survivors of forced marriage and honour-based violence.
Forced Marriage Unit Contact the Forced Marriage Unit (FMU) if you’re trying to stop a forced marriage or you need help leaving a marriage you’ve been forced into.