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Domestic Abuse Support

Support is available, both locally and nationally, to anyone who is experiencing abusive behaviour.

I feel unsafe and I need help

You are not alone. Call the National Domestic Abuse Helpline 0808 2000 247.

Visit the Bedfordshire Domestic Abuse Partnership website for more information about local and national support for all affected by domestic abuse, including men, children and young people, older people and people from the LGBT+ community.

In an emergency, always dial 999.

I’m worried about someone else

If you’re worried about a family member, a loved one, a friend, a neighbour or a work colleague, you can report concerns about domestic abuse anonymously.

If you suspect domestic abuse and don't want to reveal your identity, talk to CrimeStoppers by calling 0800 555 111. Or visit the CrimeStoppers domestic abuse webpage where you can anonymously complete an online form.

I’m worried about my own behaviour

Call the Respect phoneline on 0808 802 4040 and talk to an advisor. It’s a free call and you won’t be judged or shamed. To find out more, you can also visit the visit the Respect Phoneline website.

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CHUMS Workshops

Teenage Sleep Workshop (Children aged 13+)

  • Wednesday 9th June at 16:00 – 18:00

0-5 Resiliency Workshop

  • Thursday 17th June at 09:30 – 11:30

 

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