Domestic Violence Awareness Month – October

Domestic Violence Awareness Month has been created to bring domestic violence to the forefront of peoples minds and to unify both men and women across the world who have been victims of domestic violence.

Domestic Violence can happen at any age, to any gender, sexual orientation and race.



< Respect (mens helpline)0808

< National Centre for Domestic Violence – 0800 970 2070 or Text NCDV 60777

< Women’s AidLive Chat & Local Support 

< Refuge – 0808 2000 247 & Live Chat 

< The Dash Charity – 01753 549 865

< Galop (LGBTIQ+) – 0800 999 5428 &

< Rise UK (BAME) – Specialist Black and Minoritised Domestic Abuse Organisations



FREE online awareness training on domestic and sexual violence – IDAS


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