The below are local and national organisations that can offer further support and advice on Bullying and Harassment. 
 
Women’s Aid –
Women’s Aid supports women experiencing domestic abuse.  They can also help you find specialist services in your local area.  Support will take the form of risk assessment and management.  Your supporter will help devise a safety plan with you. Click hereto access their website.  

Victim support – You can get support from Victim support, for domestic abuse you will be supported by someone who has received specialist training.  You can access their website and information by clicking here

Refuge – They operate a 24 hour Freephone domestic abuse helpline. You can also access support and find a refuge space or local services who can provide a risk assessment and risk management including a safety plan and appropriate services.  Click here for their website and information.

Respect; Men’s Advice Line – Is a specialist advice line for male victims of domestic abuse.  They offer a helpline, webchat and email support.  For their information and website please click here

Liverpool Domestic Abuse Service (LDAS) – Is a free confidential specialist service for women and girls at risk of domestic abuse and forced marriage.  They also offer specialist advice for the specific concerns faced by BAME women.  You can access their information and website by clicking here

Karma Nirvana – They provide specialist advice and support for those affected by honour based abuse and forced marriage.  They offer a helpline to access advice and support and have provided training to many police forces around honour based abuse and forced marriage.  You can access their information and webpages by clicking here

Savera UK – Is a local charity that tackles honour based abuse, forced marriage and harmful practices including FGM. You can access their information and webpages by clicking here.

The Freedom Programme – Is a group programme designed to help women and men understand and process what happened to them in their relationship.  Some local services will run a group programme you can attend or be able to refer you to one.  Groups are delivered by specially trained facilitators.  You can access their website by clicking here

Rights of Women – A women’s charity supporting women in the legal system and to access justice.  They work in a number of way to help woman navigate the law.  Their website provides information on a number of protective orders that can help if you are experiencing domestic abuse.  Click here to access their information and webpages. 

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