If you're in immediate danger
Help for children
I’m not in danger but need help and advice
If you’re a child or young person experiencing domestic abuse
Call Childline on 0800 1111 or talk to them online
- For everyone up to the age of 19
- Available any time and always free
- Childline can tell you about places near you where you can get help
- Childline won’t tell anyone you’ve called them, unless you’re in danger
If you’re worried about a child or young person
If you’re concerned about a child or young person who is experiencing or exposed to abuse, please call the local 24-hour helpline on 0808 800 0340 run by Juno Women’s Aid
If you’re working with a child or young person experiencing abuse
Find information in our Best Practice Library that will help you offer effective support to a child or young person who is experiencing or exposed to domestic abuse, sexual violence or stalking.
If you’re worried about forced marriage
Call the Forced Marriage Unit on 0207 008 0151
If you’re hurting your partner or being abusive
Call Respect on 0808 802 4040
If you’d like more information on relationships for young people
visit Respect Not Fear
Is it abuse?
Not sure if you’re experiencing domestic abuse?
Read our guide
Worried about someone else?
If you are a child or young person experiencing domestic abuse call Childline
0207 008 0151
Call the Forced Marriage Unit if you’re worried you might be forced into marriage or are worried about a friend or relative.
0808 802 4040
If you’re hurting your partner or being abusive, call the national Respect helpline
How you can help
No matter how much time, money or resources you can afford to give, your support will make a difference.
Could pay for four children
to take part in our early intervention projects
Could pay for one primary school child to receive our healthy relationship education program