COVID-19 – Mental Health Services & Support – Domestic Abuse

Please click on any of the links below.

Devon Domestic Abuse Support Service

Phone: 0345 155 1074

Email: admin.devon@splitz.org

We can offer one to one support to adult victims of domestic abuse who are at medium or high risk of harm of domestic abuse.

Are you ok?

Help and support for men, women and children in Torbay who need protection from domestic abuse and or sexual violence.

First Light

Devon, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Independent Sexual Violence Advisory (ISVA) Service
Phone: 03458 12 12 12

Devon, Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Sexual Assault Referral Centres (SARC)
Phone: 0300 3034626

First Light is a charity supporting people in Cornwall, Devon and Wiltshire who have been affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence

Help will be available via the telephone, text, skype, email or other agreed social media platforms.

Devon Rape Crisis

Phone: 01392 204 174 (Mon 6.00pm-9.00pm, Wed 6.00pm-9.00pm & Fri 6.00pm-9.00pm)
Email: support@devonrapecrisis.org.uk

We offer confidential, professional support to survivors of rape, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse.

Devon Sexual Health

Phone: 0300 303 3989
(Monday to Friday)

Contraception, free condoms, terminations, Sexual Health and relationships, HIV and STI’s.

Refuge

Phone: 0808 2000 247 (24-hour helpline)

For women and children dealing with domestic violence.

Victim Support

Phone: 0808 168 9111 (24-hour helpline)

We provide free and confidential support 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year for people affected by crime and traumatic events – regardless of whether you have reported the crime to the police.

Whats Your Problem?

Phone: 01803 524044 or text 07710 119457 and we’ll call you back
Email: info@whatsyourproblem.org.uk

We offer support with:
•Legal – family, civil, court proceedings, child arrangements, divorce
•Relationship breakdowns
•Protection from domestic abuse
•Housing
•Consumer advice
•Benefits advice, claims and appeals
•Counselling

We are offering the following free services ;
•Running our helpline for advice and signposting re housing, benefits, employment and family queries (child arrangements etc).
•Support to access the court and referrals for people and children at risk of harm.
•Regular check ins with existing isolated clients for company and putting them in touch with volunteers if they need food and medicine etc.
•Assisting people who need to attend court hearings remotely.
Our counselling service is working on a telephone support line for people who need emotional support but that’s not quite up and running yet.

Advice and Information from Healthwatch England

If you are experiencing or feel at risk of domestic abuse, or are worried about someone who might be, find out where you can go for advice and help.