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Blow the whistle on domestic abuse

Do you think you might be experiencing domestic violence and abuse? Are you worried about someone you know? Do you think you are treating a partner, ex partner or family member badly? Help is available.

Talk 2 Someone - Warwickshire Against Domestic Abuse

  • A freephone helpline is available 0800 408 1552 (Calls from most landlines to the freephone number are free and not shown on bills. If in doubt, or you are calling from a mobile, please check with your telephone provider.)
  • The helpline is open Monday to Friday 9.00 am to 9:00pm and Saturday 8.00 am to 4:00pm

DACS - Domestic Abuse Counselling Service

  • Telephone 024 7635 1137 (this number will be shown on an itemised bill) or 024 7632 7647
  • Support and advice available Monday to Friday 9.00am to 1.00pm 
  • Address The Loft, 60 George Street, Bedworth, CV12 8EA
  • 24-hour National Domestic Violence Freephone Helpline 0808 2000 247
  • Find out how to access a Refuge

Refuge- Domestic Violence Service Warwickshire 

Refuge deliver open access advice, information and support for anyone concerned about domestic violence and abuse in the county. Services they provide include: 

  • Outreach support, drop-ins and group work programmes 
  • Specialist advocacy for high risk victims of domestic violence and abuse 
  • Specialist support for male, BME AND LGBT VICTIMS 
  • Management of the Sanctuary Scheme 
  • Coordination of Warwickshire's MARACs (Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conferences) 
  • Refuge accommodation for women that need to escape domestic violence and abuse on an emergency basis 

All services can be contacted through the freephone helpline

  •  0800 408 1552- Monday- Friday 8.30am to 8.30pm and Saturday 10.00am to 4.00pm  (Helpline is closed on a Sunday) 
  • The referrals line for professionals is 0800 408 1552  Monday- Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm 
  • Email-

For further information regarding services available around Warwickshire for Domestic Abuse victims download the advice sheet.

Remember domestic violence can take a number of different forms. Physical violence is only one type of domestic violence and abuse.

Last updated Monday, 28th February 2022

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