Abused Men in Scotland
Works with men concerned about domestic abuse. Services include one-to-support, information and signposting.
Website : http://www.abusedmeninscotland.org/
Scottish Women’s Aid
Provides services for women affected by domestic violence through local groups such as women’s refuges.
Helpline : 0800 027 1234
Website : http://www.scottishwomensaid.org.uk/
Domestic Violence UK
Text Directory Service : Text and they will respond with local support services, Text 2FIND followed by your POSTCODE TO 88802
Hemat Gryffe Women’s Aid
Support and practical advice for Asian, black and ethnic minority women.
Helpline : 0141 353 0859
Website : http://www.hematgryffe.org.uk/
Men’s Advice Line
Provides advice and support for men experiencing domestic abuse.
Helpline : 0808 801 0327
Website : http://www.mensadviceline.org.uk/
National Domestic Violence Helpline
Partnership between Women’s Aid and Refuge. Can provide access to 24-hour emergency accommodation. Has translation facilities.
Calls from landlines will not appear on the telephone bill. Friends and families of those who may be in danger can also call for support.
Helpline : 0808 2000 247 24hrs a day
Information and advice for people who are abusive towards their partners and want help to stop.
Helpline : 0845 122 8609 Monday to Friday 10am-1pm and 2-5pm
Website : http://respectphoneline.org.uk/
UK wide support for survivors of same sex domestic violence.
Helpline : 020 8539 9507, Open Monday to Friday 9am to 1pm and 2pm to 5pm
Website : http://www.galop.org.uk/domesticabuse/
Fearless offers a new approach to supporting the hidden survivors of domestic abuse in Scotland. Sacro, in partnership with statutory agencies, housing providers and three specialist third sector organisations – Shakti Women’s Aid, Respect and LGBT Youth, will reach out to those people who are less inclined to access domestic abuse services. This will include survivors from the black and ethnic minority community, members of the LGBT community and male survivors. Any individual over 16 years old can access the service. The service will offer practical support for survivors to access a range of supports including housing, health services and will support appropriate inclusion with their community. A dedicated case worker will be allocated to each individual referred to the service and the service will strive to offer informed choices to each person. All support will be individually tailored to suit the client’s needs. Referrals are also accepted from professional agencies working with survivors. Fearless workers offer you mentoring and support in areas such as healthcare, housing, emotional support, practical support, safety planning, addictions and assistance to access appropriate benefits. A dedicated case worker is assigned to work with you and all support is individually tailored to suit your personal needs.
Website : https://fearless.scot/
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