If you or your family are in immediate danger don't be afraid to call the police on 999. Otherwise please contact the Police on the non-emergency telephone number 101.
Take a quiz and give your relationship a quick health check!
If your partner or someone in your family is hurting your mind or your body that’s not OK. Support is available.
Help is available from people who won't blame or judge you.
Help and advice if someone is hurting a person you care about.
Advice if someone has or is hurting you in any kind of a sexual way.
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If someone who you are close to is hurting you, it’s not your fault. Find help near you.
Information, advice and training to help you help others.
You are responsible for your actions. Advice if you genuinely want to change how you behave.
Videos to raise awareness of domestic abuse and challenge stereotypes.
Do you want to have a say on improving care for victims and survivors of sexual assault in the South West?
The Police and Crime Commissioners, the Police service and NHS England are currently seeking views from a range of people and organisations to help inform the new SARC service. They have already talked extensively to users of these services and have further workshops and discussions planned. Service user representatives will be part of the group of people making the final decision about who provides SARCs in the future. Read the article to find out more and how you can get involved.