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Staying safe: domestic violence support
Advice lines for domestic violence
Domestic violence support lines
National Domestic Violence Helpline (freephone, 24-hour helpline for female victims of DV): Telephone: 0808 2000 247 Men’s Advice Line (for male victims of DV): Telephone: 0808 801 0327 website: www.mensadviceline.org.uk National Centre for Domestic Violence: Telephone: 0800 970 2070 website: www.ncdv.org.uk National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline: Telephone: 0800 999 5428 Karma Nirvana - Advice and su
Domestic Abuse roundtable discussions
Lunchtime Series: Domestic Abuse roundtable discussions Next available dates to be announced soon.. For any queries please contact Holly Thomas at firstname.lastname@example.org (Domestic Abuse co-ordinator at CNWL) or Susan Bray at email@example.com. (Named Professional for Safeguarding Children/Trust Domestic Abuse Lead at CNWL)
Colleagues experiencing Domestic Violence
Colleagues experiencing Domestic Violence The workplace can often be a lifeline for survivors of domestic violence as it offers an opportunity to seek help, and colleagues are well placed to spot the following signs: Changes in work productivity Missing deadlines Reduced quality and quantity of work Frequent absences or lateness Behaviour changes Becoming quiet, anxious, frightful, tearful, aggressive, distracted Withdrawing from support Physical changes
What is abuse?
Domestic abuse can happen to anyone, regardless of age, background, gender, religion, sexuality or ethnicity.