If you are looking for help with your situation you can contact The Veterans Gateway: Advice and support for veterans & ex-forces | Veterans’ Gateway (veteransgateway.org.uk) Call 0808 802 1212 Text 81212 t :- or Forcesline for confidential and independent support on 0800 260 6767.
- General healthMental health
Get NHS advice about COVID-19, including symptoms, testing, vaccination, and self-isolation. Coronavirus (COVID-19) – NHS (www.nhs.uk)
Health CCG website http://Welcome – Devon CCG and
Find NHS health services http://Find NHS health services (www.nhs.uk)
You will need to register with local health providers such as a doctor, dentist and optician.
Register as soon as possible so that there’s no break in any care and medication you’re getting from your military doctor.
Find a service near you
Find a GP GP services -https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-services/gps/ This link will provides information about GP services, including how to find and register with a local GP and how to book an appointment.
Find a Dentist Dental services –https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-services/dentists/
Find a Pharmacy Find a pharmacy –https://www.nhs.uk/Service-Search/Pharmacy/
Pharmacists can help with minor illnesses and injuries and advise you on the best over-the-counter medicines.
The NHS recommends an eye test every two years. Contact your local optician an book an eye test with them directly.
Find an Optician Find an optician – https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/find-an-optician
When you find a doctor and dentist near where you live, or will be living, contact them directly and ask for a new patient form. Make sure you let your new doctor know that you are a veteran.
Out of hours
If you have a health problem at night or over a weekend, or if you aren’t yet registered with a doctor, 24 hour services are available for you to use.
Out of hours
If you have a health problem at night or over a weekend, or if you aren’t yet registered with a doctor, there are 24 hour services you can use.
You can phone the NHS 111 service to get urgent medical advice at any time. An adviser will assess your situation and advise you what to do next.
NHS walk-in centre
You can go to a walk-in centre for issues like sprains, broken bones minor burns, infections and animal or insect bites. They deal with issues that probably won’t need hospital admission and you should get seen quicker than going to A&E.
To find a walk-in centre near you :https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/other-services/Walk-in-centre/LocationSearch/66
If the situation is life-threatening or may need a hospital admission go at once to A&E or call 999 for an ambulance, this includes, loss of consciousness, bleeding that can’t be stopped and persistent severe chest pain.
To find your nearest A and E department ,
New Healthy Lifestyle Service Available in Devon
For support to quit smoking, reduce drinking, eat more healthily, lose weight or be more active visit www.onesmallstep.org.uk
Small changes to areas like sleeping, drinking, eating and moving can help you to have a healthier lifestyle. Take the One You quiz to find out how healthy you are and where you can improve at http://www.nhs.uk/oneyou
Chime Hearing is the Devon N.H.S. partner for hearing health. Chime are a social enterprise, who specialise solely in hearing. We are trying to raise awareness of hearing loss amongst Veterans and also the new government hearing fund available to veterans (Veterans Hearing Fund). More information can be found here at http://www.chimehealth.co.uk/Injury and mobility
If you are experiencing any of the following and it concerns you speak to your GP. Your GP can help with advice, medication and can referral you to specialist services that can help you.
- feeling anxious
- having trouble sleeping
- feeling down or depressed
- struggling with anger or aggression
- starting to rely on alcohol or drugs
Find a doctor near you GP services –https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/find-a-gp
Support for Veterans
We understand that, as a result of the news surrounding Afghanistan, many military personnel – past and present – may be feeling on edge right now. It’s natural to experience all sorts of emotions, and some may feel overwhelming. However, if your threat dial is up, you feel on high alert or ‘sparking’, or you notice your anxiety levels feel high right now.
You can text 07537 173683 (standard charges may apply for texts) or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about how we can help here: https://combatstress.org.uk/about-us/news/Afghanistan-withdrawal-news this can have a negative impact on your mental health.
We encourage all veterans, particularly those who served in Afghanistan, to call our free confidential 24-hour Helpline on 0800 138 1619 if their mental health has been impacted by what is happening in Afghanistan.
Devon Partnership Trust
DPT has a dedicated veteran’s service and also provides mental health services to support people with depression, anxiety, eating disorders and addiction. You can access these services directly or be referred by your GP.
Mental Health Care for Veterans and their loved ones. https://www.helpforheroes.org.uk/get-support/mental-health-and-wellbeing/
We’re here to support you with you mental health and wellbeing. Our services include access to self-guided support, one to one and group therapy, all provided by our qualified psychological wellbeing therapists
If you want to talk to someone in confidence about your mental health and wellbeing you can phone Samaritans. They can help if you feel suicidal, if you feel like you’re in a crisis situation or if you just need to talk to someone.
Phone: 08457 90 90 90 – 24 hour helpline
Combat Stress is the veteran’s mental health charity. They support anyone who has served and may be struggling mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, nightmares and flashbacks. Treatment is free of charge.https://combatstress.org.uk/
If you need support, please call 0800 138 1619
Serving personnel and their families can call 0800 323 4444.
You can also text on 07537 173683 or email email@example.com
If you or a loved one are experiencing difficulties with your mental health, our Hidden Wounds service can provide confidential advice and support.
We offer a clinical assessment to help identify the most appropriate treatment plan, followed by a range of evidence-based psychological therapies tailored to individual needs. They also offer self-care resources co-produced with other veterans.
To speak about your individual support needs if you are in the South West of England phone South West England and Wales – 01752 562179
The Warrior Programme
Our programme enables individuals to manage their emotions and to develop the resilience, focus and motivation to succeed in today’s world. The programme has been developed over the last ten years to meet the demands and challenges experienced by past and present members of the armed forces and their families.
The South Western contact is Rebecca Gallimore – Telephone 07562 255721 e mail: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Hush Farms provides time out from the hassles of day-to-day life, in the company of horses. Our unique sessions and workshops are perfect if you would like a little relief from the pressures of daily life, in absolute tranquillity. Previous visitors range from people looking for some time to refresh and revitalise, whilst others are changing their careers; some are former members of the armed forces, others are carers.
We create bespoke experiences that can be tailored to every visitor.
Office opens at 10am each weekday
landline: 0333 772 0702 mobile: 07791 344216 Facebook: Hush Farms
e mail: email@example.com Visit:http://www.hushfarms.co.uk/
Togetherall is a safe, online community where people support each other anonymously to improve mental health and wellbeing. Millions of people in the UK have access via their participating employer, university, college, NHS provider or local council. All armed forces personnel, veterans and their families (16+) also have free access.
The South West Veterans Service
We encourage veterans and their families to recognise the signs of problems looming, understand the issues that influence this and help them find the expert support that they need. We are doing this by setting up a network of contact points around the South West, including mental health trusts, charities and other related organisations.
Phone: 0300 300 2288Alcohol and drugs
Injury and mobility
Disabled Facilities Grant
Disabled Facilities Grant
You may be eligible for a Disabled Facilities Grant to help towards the cost of any adaptations.
If you are a wounded veteran, or family member of a wounded veteran, looking for financial support to ease the distress caused by your illness of injury, Help for Heroes may be able to help with various grants and support available
Care and Independent Living From small home adaptations, to installing personal alarms, or support with funding for new equipment, we can help.
Our team are based across the UK and, as well as home maintenance and repairs, we can also provide support so that you or your loved ones can access the services you might need. https://www.britishlegion.org.uk/get-support/care-and-independent-living
Adaptations to your home
There are companies who can do small and large home adaptations to make your home safe and comfortable for you.
Independent Living Centre
For over 25 years our NHS Occupational Therapy team has been helping people in Devon find equipment solutions to stay active and independent. We are not a shop, we won’t try to sell you anything, which is why you can trust us to guide you through the solutions to suit you. You can call, email or book an appointment to visit our Occupational Therapy team.
Band of Brothers – Help for Heroes
The Help for Heroes Band of Brothers is a network open to Veterans, Service Personnel and those who have served alongside our Armed Forces who have been wounded, injured or sick during, or as a result of, their Service and resulting in an ongoing need for support.
If you would like to sign up to the Band of Brothers, we would love to hear from you. Please, could you send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org letting us know you would like to become a member and whether you are currently serving or a Veteran, and one of the team will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Help with mobility – SSAFA
SSAFA volunteers have plenty of experience in finding solutions for veterans seeking financial support to help maintain their mobility and independence at home.
Whether your mobility problems are caused by getting older or an existing medical condition, our volunteers are trained to help you get the equipment that you need, including mobility scooters, stairlifts and recliner chairs.
SSAFA’s services are only available to people who have received at least one day’s pay from the Armed Forces (British Army, Royal Navy, Royal Air Force, Royal Marines, including Reserves), or are in the immediate family of someone who served.
Telephone:0800 260 6767
If you need physiotherapy a number of different options are available to you.
You can see a physiotherapist:
- by getting a referral from a doctor
- by contacting a physiotherapist directly
- at your GP surgery
Physiotherapy can also sometimes be accessed through occupational health services, charities, patient groups and the voluntary sector .
Mobility vehicles – Motability
Motability offers grants to disabled people who may need help towards the costs of their transportation needs. Our Access to Mobility Grant Funding Programmes have been created to support our vision: that no disabled person shall be disadvantaged due to poor access to transportation.
The following grant programmes are available through Access to Mobility Grant Funding:
- Driving Lessons Grant Programme
- Stopped Allowance Support Programme
- Transitional Support Package
- Additional Transitional Support Grant Programme
- Access to Work Grant Programme
Contact Motability, the Charity, on 0800 500 3186 to be considered for funding through one of our grant programmes.
Find out more about the help we can offer through Access to Mobility Grant https://www.motability.org.uk/Stop smoking
Alcohol and drugs
If you think that you have a problem with alcohol or drugs, there is a variety of help available.
Find help in your area alcohol: Find Alcohol addiction services –http://Find Alcohol addiction services – NHS (www.nhs.uk)
Find help in your area drugs: Find Drug addiction support services – http://Find Drug addiction support services – NHS (www.nhs.uk)
There is Information and advice available about excessive drinking, reducing your alcohol intake and finding help and support.
This link will take you to Information and advice about drug taking, getting help and support and understanding the effects of drugs.
Addiction is defined as not having control over doing, taking, or using something to the point where it could be harmful to you Information on all types of addiction, their effects and ways to get help.
To speak to someone anonymously about any type of addiction, you can call the Samaritans free on 116 123.his NHS website provides Information and advice on problem gambling including online tips and links to other services available
Help for problem gambling – http://Help for problem gambling – NHS (www.nhs.uk)
A fellowship of adults who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
They offer a national helpline Phone: 0800 9177 650 or Email: email@example.com
They also have a website detailing a variety of choices
We are With You- previously Addaction for both online advice and to access services anywhere in England and Scotland
Online info if you’re worried about your own or someone else’s drinking or drug use, or your mental health.
Worried about your own or someone else’s drug or alcohol use? Get in touch with a free confidential service Find a With You drug and alcohol service –https://www.wearewithyou.org.uk/help-and-advice/find-service/
Drinkaware has useful advice about managing your drinking, including a self-assessment tool and an app that can track your alcohol intake.
Drink Less Better Health NHS
Cutting back on the booze can be a really effective way to improve your health, boost your energy, lose weight and save money. Any reduction in the amount you drink every week will be beneficial – and with the right support, it’s easier than you think. We have some simple tips and tools to help you start cutting down today. Let’s do this!
NA is a non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem. They offer a helpline, meetings and a variety of support and resources.
Helpline: 10.00am – midnight 0300 999 1212
Visit: https://ukna.org/ for details of meetings, support and resources
EDP Drug & Alcohol Services are passionate about supporting individuals who face complex issues, including substance misuse, mental ill health, and other harmful, addictive and offending behaviour, to improve their health, wellbeing and employability. They work primarily in the South West, providing services across Devon and Dorset, in the community and within prisons.
Home – https://www.edp.org.uk/Sexual health
Find out about the ten ways quitting smoking will benefit your health http://Quit smoking – NHS (www.nhs.uk)–
There are lots of reasons to quit smoking – for you and for others. Free support and nicotine replacement therapy is available on prescription with the Devon NHS Stop Smoking Services.
There are now many ways to get help quitting so you can choose a method that suits your lifestyle. You are four times more likely to be successful if you use face-to-face support from NHS Stop Smoking Services
Find Your Local Stop Smoking Service (LSSS) – http://Find Your Local Stop Smoking Service (LSSS) – Better Health – NHS (www.nhs.uk)
Take steps NOW to stop smoking –http://Take steps NOW to stop smoking – NHS (www.nhs.uk)
Better Health offer a free downloadable app, personal quit plans, information on stop smoking aids and a link to find your local service. Visit: http://Quit smoking – Better Heath – NHS (www.nhs.uk).
If you think you could benefit from some support to stop smoking, get in touch today. You can complete our contact us form. Or If you would prefer to talk to someone on the telephone about this service and its benefits to you, please contact us on 01392 908 139 or use our online chat (bottom right) to talk to one of our friendly team. Or text ‘QUIT’ to 60777.Dementia
Sexual health incorporates advice and services for:
• sexually transmitted infections, including HIV.
Sexual Health Services
For information on opening hours and where to find your nearest sexual health clinic
Visit : https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/sexual-health/where-can-i-get-sexual-health-advice-now/
Find Contraception information and advice services – https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/other-services/Contraception-information-and-advice/LocationSearch/730For information on contraception options, Visit:https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/contraception/Getting contraception – NHS (www.nhs.uk)
For Emergency Contraception services near you Visit: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/contraception/where-can-i-get-emergency-contraception/
For Free condoms Visit: https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/contraception/male-condoms/
An unplanned pregnancy can turn your world upside down. It may have come at the wrong time, or with the wrong person. You may feel under pressure to have an abortion, or feel anxious about what life with a child might be like. And the fears are often made worse by not being able to talk about it with the people you trust.
We’re able to provide you a safe and confidential place to talk through your situation. Whether you don’t feel like you can keep your baby or you are thinking of having an abortion, or perhaps you are just scared of the journey ahead – get in touch and we’ll listen and help you explore your choices.
Call us now for a confidential chat: 0800 368 9296 or Visit: https://pregnancycrisishelpline.org.uk/pregnant/Visit:
NHS Unplanned pregnancy information and support services https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/other-services/Unplanned-pregnancy-information-and-support/LocationSearch/738–
For abortion (pregnancy termination) services , Visit: https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/other-services/Pregnancy-termination/LocationSearch/292
For sexually transmitted infections testing and treatment services please visit https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/other-services/STI-testing-and-treatment/LocationSearch/736–
For HIV Testing Services, Visit:https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/other-services/HIV-testing/LocationSearch/418
For support services relating to HIV Visit:https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/other-services/HIV-support/LocationSearch/417
The Eddystone Trust is an independent organisation providing information and support for anyone affected by HIV across the South West. Some services also relate to wider sexual health.
For HIV Advocacy and support services which include charities, community groups and legal advice Visit: https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/other-services/HIV-advice-and-advocacy/LocationSearch/415
For Drug services for HIV services Visit: https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/other-services/Drug-services-for-HIV/LocationSearch/41
Help after rape and sexual assault
If you have been sexually assaulted, whether as an adult or a young person, it is important to remember that it wasn’t your fault. Sexual violence is a crime, no matter who commits it or where it happened. Don’t be afraid to get help. https://www.nhs.uk/live-well/sexual-health/help-after-rape-and-sexual-assault/
Many GP practices offer a full range of contraception, including the contraceptive coil and contraceptive implant, as well as chlamydia screening for young people.
Find your local doctor: Find a GP GP services –https://www.nhs.uk/nhs-services/gps/
If you’re under 24 years old you can get free Chlamydia screening. Find out how to get a free test through the post or where in Devon you can collect one.
Visit: https://www.freetest.me/chlamydia/devonDomestic abuse
About Dementia a Dementia Guide https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/dementia/about/
This website details what is Dementia, Symptoms, and diagnosis, living with Dementia, Care and support, and how you can help.
If you or a loved one has had a diagnosis of dementia you can get practical advice and support from Alzheimers.org.uk. They have a dementia directory to find local support services for people with dementia and their carers.
They also offer a dementia contact support line 0333 150 3456
Local dementia services
Across Devon there are groups and services, such as memory cafes and support groups, to help or your loved one manage with dementia. https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/other-services/Dementia-information-and-support/LocationSearch/327
The Plymouth Dementia Action Alliance (PDAA) is made up of over 100 organisations who have come together to transform the quality of life for people with dementia and those who care for them in Plymouth. Details of organisations involved can be found at https://www.plymouthonlinedirectory.com/healthandwellbeing/dementia/plymouthdementiaactionalliance
If you or someone you know is worried about becoming increasingly forgetful, particularly if they’re older than 65, you should talk to your doctor about the possibility of dementia. Getting a diagnosis give the person and their family/carers the best chance to prepare for the future https://www.plymouthonlinedirectory.com/healthandwellbeing/dementiaSexual violence
If you are in immediate danger call 999 now.
There are a range of services across Devon to support people who are affected by domestic violence and abuse. Apart from when reporting to Devon and Cornwall Police, you do not have to give your name or contact details to any agency.
What is domestic abuse?
Domestic abuse is any incident of threatening behaviour, violence or abuse (psychological, physical, sexual, financial or emotional) between adults who are, or have been, intimate partners or family members, regardless of gender or sexuality.
All forms of domestic abuse are not acceptable in any situation.
If you’re experiencing domestic abuse and feel frightened of, or controlled by, a partner, an ex-partner or family member, it’s important to remember that it’s not your fault and there is no shame in seeking help.
It may seem like a difficult step to take, but there is support available and #YouAreNot Alone.
Free, confidential support and advice is available to victims and their concerned family members or friends, 24 hours a day.
Who can help?
England Refuge’s National Domestic Abuse Helpline 0808 2000 247
Online live chat https://www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk/Chat-to-us-online
http://If you are seeking support, call the Helpline. You can also contact the Helpline – in confidence – via the form below. In an emergency, call 999.
Women’s Aid is a grassroots federation working together to provide life-saving services in England and build a future where domestic abuse is not tolerated. Their useful links page offer information
If you need to talk to someone…
If you want to access support over the phone, you can call:
National Domestic Abuse Helpline – 0808 2000 247 – www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk/ (run by Refuge)
The Men’s Advice Line, for male domestic abuse survivors – 0808 801 0327 (run by Respect)
The Mix, free information and support for under 25s in the UK – 0808 808 4994
National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline – 0800 999 5428 (run by Galop)
Samaritans (24/7 service) – 116 123
Rights of Women advice lines, there are a range of services available https://rightsofwomen.org.uk/get-advice/advice-lines/
Devon Domestic and Sexual Violence and Abuse Alliance Website
The DSVA Alliance website provides a range of advice and information for people who have experienced domestic or sexual violence and abuse, either as a victim or perpetrator. The website includes links to services and practical advice and information.
Devon Domestic Abuse Support Service
Devon Domestic Abuse Support Service (DDASS) is a charity that offers advice, guidance and support to women, men and children affected by domestic abuse.
Our main aims are to increase safety and improve wellbeing. help.
Phone: 0345 155 1074 for self referral
Stop Abuse for Everyone
Stop Abuse For Everyone also called SAFE, exists to end domestic violence and abuse in Devon. SAFE has over 40 years of experience in providing a range of specialised domestic violence services.
Phone: 030 30 30 0112 for enquiries for SAFE services
E mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit https://www.victimcaredevonandcornwall.org.uk/Victim-Support/Stop-Abuse-For-Everyone-(SAFE)/
You do not have to wait for an emergency situation to find help. If domestic abuse is happening to you, it’s important to tell someone and remember you’re not alone.
UK SAYS NO MORE is working with Boots UK, Morrisons, Superdrug and Well pharmacies, TSB banks and independent pharmacies across the UK to provide Safe Spaces in their consultation rooms for people experiencing domestic abuse.
How to access a Safe Space
Walk into any participating pharmacy in the UK.
Ask at the healthcare counter to use their Safe Space.
A pharmacist will show you to the Safe Space. Which will be the consultancy room.
Once inside, you will find displayed specialist domestic abuse support information for you to access, to make that call or access Bright Sky safely.
Safe Spaces are open and ready for you to use.
National Women’s Aid
Phone: 0808 2000 247 for women experiencing domestic violence
Male Victims of Domestic Abuse – Please call 01823 334244 to speak confidentially
Our confidential helpline is available for male victims of domestic abuse and domestic violence across the UK as well as their friends, family, neighbours, work colleagues and employers.
We provide an information, support and signposting service to men suffering from domestic abuse from their current or former wife, partner (including same-sex partner) or husband.
This can range from physical violence or object throwing to abuse such as constant bullying or insults.
The helpline is a listening service which provides emotional support, practical information and signposting.
We receive calls from male victims of domestic abuse across all age ranges and professions:
• From dustmen and doctors, to, bankers and builders
• From men in their 20s to men in their 80s
• From men in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales.
The helpline also welcomes calls from friends, family members, neighbours, colleagues and employers of male victims seeking information.
We also receive calls from support organisations, charities and statutory agencies such as local authorities and police forces. Or:
RESPECT – Men’s Advice Line The Helpline for male victims of domestic abuse.
Freephone 0808 8010327 /https://mensadviceline.org.uk/
If you are in immediate danger call 999 now
If you have been raped or sexually assaulted, we would encourage you to report it to us. We take all reports of rape and sexual assault seriously, no matter when they happened or who you are. We also investigate reports of rape or sexual assault that might have happened a long time ago.
These are very serious crimes and we have specially-trained police officers to help and advise you. If you report it to us, you can help us catch the perpetrator and maybe stop it happening to someone else.
There are a number of ways to report a rape or sexual assault:
If you require immediate assistance, call 999.
Alternatively, you can call 101 or,
You can visit your local police station.
NSPCC 0808 800 5000 email@example.com
Childline 0800 1111 www.childline.org.uk
For further information visit: https://www.devon-cornwall.police.uk/advice/threat-assault-abuse/rape-sexual-assault/reporting-a-rape-or-sexual-assault/
Help after rape and sexual assault
If you have been sexually assaulted, whether as an adult or a young person, it is important to remember that it wasn’t your fault. Sexual violence is a crime, no matter who commits it or where it happened. Don’t be afraid to get help. Help after rape and sexual assault. http://Help after rape and sexual assault
Sexual violence is any unwanted sexual act or activity. Sexual violence can be perpetrated by a complete stranger, or by someone known and even trusted, such as a friend, colleague, family member, partner or ex-partner. Sexual violence can happen to anyone. If you have been raped or sexually assaulted recently, help is available.
Rape Crisis Helpline
Providing specialist, independent and confidential services, Rape Crisis promotes the rights of women who have experienced sexual abuse.https://rapecrisis.org.uk/get-help/want-to-talk/
They also provide other information and tools to help you cope. https://rapecrisis.org.uk/get-help/looking-for-tools-to-help-you-cope/
Phone: 0808 802 9999
Lines are open 7 days a week between 12 noon–2.30pm and 7pm–9.30pm
Devon Rape Crisis Service
We offer confidential, professional support to survivors of rape, sexual assault and childhood sexual abuse in Devon.
It doesn’t matter if the abuse took place yesterday or twenty years ago, we are here to help. We are excellent listeners and we will always believe you. If you’d like to talk to us about receiving support from our service, please call our office number of 01392 208756 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. This is not our helpline number.
Devon Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse Services
This service offers an anonymous helpline 01392 204 174 You can also visit their website to find details of other service available. https://devonrapecrisis.org.uk/services/telephone-helpline/
Victim Support is an independent charity dedicated to supporting victims of crime and traumatic incidents in England and Wales.
Need help after crime?
Independent. Free. Confidential.
Fill in our online form for support and advice. Someone from your local victim care team will contact you within three working days (Mon to Fri). If you want to speak to someone now, call our free 24/7 Supportline – 08 08 16 89 111 or start a live chat. In an emergency always call 999.
Our service is confidential and we will only share information about you without your consent if we’re worried about your safety or someone else’s safety, or if we are required to by law. Visit https://www.victimsupport.org.uk/