Domestic Violence, abuse and Coronavirus

We know this is a difficult and worrying time for everyone, especially for adults and children living with domestic abuse and the professionals working hard to support them.

There is support available to help you through this time. You can still:

  • call the police on 999 in an emergency (press 55 after the emergency number if you're in danger and not able to speak for help)

  • find accommodation from Leeds Housing Options or Leeds Domestic Violence Service if you are a victim of domestic abuse and need to escape

  • find a safe place to stay with social distancing in place to protect you

  • telephone or webchat for support

Leeds Domestic Violence Service (LDVS)

LDVS are working hard to continue to operate all their services. They offer emergency accommodation, support, advice and advocacy to women, men and families across Leeds.

LDVS provide support to anyone experiencing domestic violence abuse and encourage people from the LGBT+ communities to access their support too.



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