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Domestic abuse support during National Lockdown

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As per Governments announcement, England has entered another lockdown to protect the most vulnerable and tackle the spread of COVID-19.

As the country is moving into further restrictions it's even more important to spot signs of domestic abuse and look out for friends, neighbours and loved ones.

Reporting domestic abuse:

Reach out to specialist support services and other support:

  • Police - call 101 or 999 in an emergency
  • Bradford Survive & Thrive - 0808 2800 999
  • Men Standing Up - 03003 030167
  • Anah project - 08459 60 60 11 
  • Bradford Rape Crisis - 01274 308270
  • Housing Options - 01274 435999 
  • The National Domestic Violence Freephone Helpline is open 24/7 on 0808 2000 247
  • The Men’s Advice Line is available on 0808 801 0327

 

The Bright Sky app provides support and information to anyone who may be experiencing domestic abuse or is concerned about someone they know.

Additional support is available on the Government's coronavirus website and NHS website.

If you are living in an Incommunities/Sadeh Lok home and experiencing domestic abuse, we can support you in confidence:

For more details on how to report domestic abuse and local/ national support services, visit our website

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