Freephone 24-Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline: 0808 2000 247

Run in partnership between Women’s Aid and Refuge

The National Domestic Violence Helpline

Refuge is pleased to announce the Home Office has awarded Refuge a grant of £1.2 million to run the National Domestic Violence Helpline from November 2019 to March 2022. The existing helpline contract run in partnership with Women’s Aid has been extended to 31 October. Find further details and the Home Office press release here.

A man sits behind the screen of a laptopWhat is tech abuse?

Modern technology gives perpetrators ever-growing ways to stalk, isolate and control women using the tools of everyday life. Perpetrators are increasingly using technology to facilitate their abuse of the women we support. Find out more

Hide and Seek

Domestic abuse is the biggest issue affecting women and children in our society today. In order to raise awareness on this insidious life and death issue, Refuge has partnered with Picturehouse to run a powerful 60 second short film called Hide and Seek. Find out more

Choosing between staying with an abusive partner and facing homelessness is not a choice any survivor should make. Those fleeing #DomesticAbuse must be granted priority housing status:

Do you find yourself frightened of how your partner will react? The National Violence Helpline, run in partnership with @womensaid is open all weekend if you want to talk, 0808 2000 247. Find out more:

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