If you are experiencing domestic abuse, there is help and support available to you. This is not something you should have to go through alone.
You could be experiencing physical, sexual abuse or emotional abuse, including isolation, psychological games or harassment. Either way, recognising that you are a victim of domestic abuse is the first step.
Victims of domestic abuse are encouraged to report the incident to their local police on 101 or in an emergency dial 999.
Get help and advice
Your Sanctuary is a Surrey domestic abuse charity with a 24-hour helpline: 01483 776822.
The Surrey Against Domestic Abuse website has more information on how to get help and support.
Male victims of domestic abuse can also call Men's Aid on 0333 5670556 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stepping Up is a service delivered by Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company on behalf of the Surrey Against Domestic Abuse Partnership (Sada) for anyone in Surrey who wants to change the way they behave towards their partner. It consists of a series of tailor-made support sessions that will help individuals to understand more about why they behave the way they do and help them change.
If you live in Surrey, you can refer yourself by calling 07921 937889 or 01622 356477 or emailing SurreyDAinfo@ksscrc.scc.gsi.gov.uk.