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You are not Alone

Date: Tuesday, 14th Apr 2020 | Category: COVID-19, General

Brighton and Hove Safeguarding Partnership (BHSCP), are aware that in the current “lockdown” situation that issues of Safeguarding continue.

Those who suffer Domestic Abuse, both the adults and the children who live in a household where they are witnessing someone they love being hurt or abused, all need to know they can still find help and support.

If you live next door to a family and see or hear something that concerns you, you should call and ask advice, don’t assume that someone else will do something. It is better to have two calls than NO call at all.

Call the Front Door for Families – 01723 290400 or in an emergency call 999 (on a mobile press 55 – if you can’t talk).

The Government have released “You are not Alone” campaign to signpost where help can be found.

The freephone, 24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline is 0808 2000 247

The Respect phone line 0808 8024040 is open Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm

Locally there are all support networks,  that can offer advice and guidance.



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