In immediate danger call the police on 999.
Otherwise, to access specialist domestic abuse support call Victim Support on 0808 168-9111 or talk via Live Chat.

Help in Sevenoaks

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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...

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Jarmans Solicitors

We offer legal advice for all your Family Law needs. If you would like to contact us or book a consultation with a member of our team please fill in the ‘Make an Enquiry’ form via the website or call us/email using the details below for a no obligation discussion and let us resolve your legal issue.

We offer a free initial 15-minute, pre-bookable phone call with one of our experienced family law team.

Alternatively, we offer a fixed £99 fee inc VAT  for a 45-minute meeting with one of our highly experienced family team. If you would like some confidential advice about a family legal issue, contact us today to book a meeting.


01795 472291



Open hours

Monday to Friday: 9am - 5pm


Bell House, Bell Road, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 4DH View map

Fraser Hollands Solicitors

Fraser Hollands are committed to helping those who have or you are at risk of suffering domestic abuse. With a highly skilled team, we strive to achieve quick and robust protection for our clients against abuse whether this is advice and assistance through preparing a warning letter or preparation and representation at Court for an Injunction.

It is important to remember that nobody should be subjected to violence, abuse or threats of harm. The term ‘abuse’ can cover a whole range of behaviour, not just physical violence but controlling behaviour, financial control, intimidation and emotional harm.

Provided that your circumstances meet the requirements of the Legal Aid Agency guidance (LASPO), you may be eligible to obtain Legal Aid to be represented on an application for a Non-Molestation Order.

We at Fraser Hollands are experts in this area of the law and our friendly team are always on hand to help and support you through this difficult process with compassion and sensitivity.


123-125 High Street, Strood, Rochester, ME2 4TF By appointment only – Suite M3, The Old Library, St Faith’s Street, Maidstone, ME14 1LH View map

Atkins Hope Solicitors

Our offices are open at Croydon, Medway, Guildford and Blackheath.

We offer a full range of legal services for individuals and know that every client’s situation is different and the outcome you are looking for will depend on your circumstances and personal priorities.

We will make sure we understand exactly what you need to achieve and find the best strategy to help you achieve it.

Please call the number below or use the contact us page on the website to email or request a callback.


0208 680 5018


Open hours

Monday to Friday: 9am - 4:30pm


52 High Street, Chatham, ME4 4DS View map


Provides honest information advice about drugs.

If you need friendly, confidential advice, please call or text the phone numbers below or use the online chat function via the website.

You can also find details of local and national services that provide counselling and treatment in your local area via the website.


0300 1236600

Text 82111


Open hours

Call FRANK 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Livechat service operates from 2pm - 6pm, 7 days a week.

Change Grow Live (CGL)

We’re here for you if you need help with challenges including drugs or alcohol, trouble with housing, domestic abuse, or your mental and physical wellbeing. Our services are free and confidential, and we’ll never judge you.

Please contact the First Steps team to making it easier for you to access the support you need.

Live Well Kent

A free service to help improve mental and physical health in Kent.

We Are With You

Get free, confidential support with alcohol, drugs or mental health from one of our local services or online.

Please click on the weblink below to find your local service.


We are a passionate and caring Deaf-led team working towards a future where there are no barriers to good health and wellbeing for Deaf people.  We partner with the NHS and service providers across the country.
We are one of the UK’s largest employers of Deaf people, and most hearing staff in our projects and services are fluent sign language users.

We also deliver our own services to reach Deaf people in our shared language in their moment of need, through crisis textlines, domestic abuse support, therapy, advocacy and residential services.
If you need support or some more information about SignHealth and our services, please contact us today. We know BSL and you are welcome to contact us via text, email or video.

Muslim Youth Helpline

Our core service is a free and confidential Helpline, available nationally via the telephone, email, live chat and letters. The service uses male and female volunteers trained in basic counselling skills to respond to client enquiries.

We respond to any issues that our clients call us about. In line with our non-judgmental ethos we treat all enquiries seriously. The majority of our Helpline volunteers are under the age of 30 years of age as our services are targeted at young people. However we take calls from people of all ages and backgrounds and don’t turn anyone away.


0808 808 2008


Open hours

Monday to Sunday : 4pm-10pm (open 365 days a year including Bank Holidays and Eid)

Muslim Womens Network

We operate a national specialist faith and culturally sensitive helpline that is confidential and non-judgmental, which offers information, support, guidance and referrals  for those who are suffering from or at risk of abuse or facing problems on a range of issues.

Although our reach is primarily Muslim women, the helpline will accept calls from and support women of any faith or no faith. For example, the culturally sensitive nature of the helpline could easily support Asian women of other faiths. Men who are concerned about women and girls should also call the helpline.

If men and boys need support, for example, at risk of forced marriage, then they should also call the helpline.