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Who can help?

In an emergency always contact the police – 999


Women’s Aid (WAIS)                                                               0808 800 0340  

Equation (Male support)                                                        0115 960 5556

National Domestic Violence 24 Hour Helpline Number   0808 2000 247  

Mens Advice Line                                                                    0808 801 0327

ADC Domestic Abuse Case Worker                                      07778517544

Community Safety Team at ADC                                           01623 457 345

NIDAS                                                                                         01623 683 250

(Nottinghamshire Independent Domestic Abuse Services)


Galop (LGBT+)                                                                            0800 999 5428

National Stalking Helpline                                                        0808 802 0300

Samaritans                                                                                  116 123

Amber House Refuge                                                                0115 941 4279

Roshni (Nottingham Asian Women’s Aid)                              0115 924 2864

Umuada Refuge                                                                          0115 975 3254

Shine (housing related support)                                              0115 8220833

Refs for Pets (if you need your pets housing if you leave)  07971 337264



In addition men and women can contact:

Victim Support (Care Unit)

If you are male and would like further information from specialist domestic violence services please contact:

Men's Advice Line.

If you are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender, there is Galop


If you are affected by honor based violence and forced marriage, please contact:

Karma Nirvana

Confidential information and advice is available if you are abusive and would like to change your behaviour.


Support for young people and children living with domestic violence or who want to help a friend.

The Hideout

For 9 to 11 year old to access information about healthy/unhealthy relationships.

The Great Project

For 12 to 18 year olds to understand the difference between healthy and unhealthy relationships.

Respect Not Fear

White Ribbon Campaign is an international charity that has been developed by men. It asks men to stand united against violence towards women and girls.

White Ribbon Campaign