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There are a range of support services available across Kent and Medway that can provide advice to individuals experiencing domestic abuse. In addition there are a number of national domestic abuse specialist services that offer 24/7 telephone advice...
In Touch (Part of Family Mosaic)
In Touch provide a range of services for people with support needs across Kent & Medway. We offer Housing Related Floating Support Services and specialised accommodation based services including, Learning Disabilities, Mental Health, Older People and Young Persons with a baby scheme.
Jewish Women’s Aid
Jewish Women’s Aid (JWA) is a registered national charity run by Jewish women for Jewish women and their children who have experienced or are experiencing domestic abuse.
Provide helpline support to victims of Domestic abuse as well as victims and survivors of honour based abuse and forced marriage.
Our support is available to anyone experiencing abuse, regardless of age, gender, sexuality, ethnicity or religion.
Karma Nirvana can provide national support to victims, survivors and professionals through our helpline and online service.
If you require a call back, please select call back on our contact form (via website contact page) with a safe date & time to contact.
East Kent Rape Crisis Centre
Our aim is to provide a safe space for survivors of sexual violence across East Kent. We offer access to therapeutic and practical support to help people rebuild their lives.
We offer counselling for survivors of sexual violence. It does not matter when this occurred or whether you have reported it to the police or not. Family therapy can be offered to those affected by rape or sexual abuse and those who need support with understanding this and helping improve their relationship with the survivor. For those who have experienced recent sexual abuse, the can access Therapeutic Crisis Intervention, which is specifically for those survivors feeling in crisis and where traditional counselling is not appropriate at this time. These sessions help to normalise feelings and understand the brain’s reaction to trauma.
We have a confidential telephone crisis line and support line available on weekdays between 6:30-9:30pm, this is run by trained volunteers. This offers support to survivors of rape and/or sexual abuse and their partners, families and friends and also to workers in other agencies who have a disclosure of rape or sexual abuse made to them.
We also have a team of Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVA’S) who provide a support service to adults and young people have who experienced recent of historical sexual abuse or coercion. The team is made up of Specialist student ISVA’s, Children’s ISVA and ISVA/domestic abuse advisor. They offer emotional and practical support (whether reported to the police or not) and can give assistance regarding the police and criminal justice system. They can also assist with accessing further community support and other support agencies if needed.
The Hourglass confidential helpline provides information and support to anyone concerned about harm, abuse or exploitation of an older person. This might include physical, financial, psychological, sexual or neglect.
The helpline is available in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland to provide a tailored service to callers from across the UK. Our trained Information Officers can provide information, advice and support to help you make the best choices about keeping safe, and put you in touch with appropriate local agencies.
We are a charitable organisation whose mission is to prevent interpersonal violence, in particular domestic violence and abuse. Our core activity is working with perpetrators to address the root causes of this.
We also provide advice, support and counselling to survivors of domestic abuse and violence.
Family Lives is a national charity providing help and support in all aspects of family life.
Childline offers free, confidential advice and support whatever your worry, whenever you need help.
If you’re a victim of domestic abuse and you’re worried about reporting it to the police, you can call ChildLine on 0800 1111.
They’ll let you know exactly what will happen if you tell someone about your situation and help you work out what to do next.
Chinese Information and Advice Centre
The Chinese Information and Advice Centre (CIAC) provides free information, advice and support to disadvantaged Chinese people in our community living in the UK. These include supporting women and children who are victims, or at risk of domestic violence, working with prisoners to help reduce re-offending, and legal advice on issues such as employment, immigration and asylum.
08453 131 868
Open hoursMonday - Friday 10am - 6pm (We are closed on Saturday, Sunday and Bank holiday)
AddressChinese Information And Advice Center (CIAC), Lower Ground Floor, London Chinatown Market, 71-73 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0NE View map
The Citizens Advice service helps people resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing free, independent and confidential advice.
To find your local Citizens Advice, click on the website link below.
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