Domestic abuse support

If you are experiencing a pattern of threatening, degrading or violent behaviour in your home you don't need to suffer alone.

We pledge to Make A Stand against domestic abuse and we've taken our first steps to do this. We're rewriting our policies, training our staff and making it easier for people to speak up.

Staying safe during COVID-19

Useful guidance for staying safe during the outbreak published by SafeLives : A guide for victims and survivors of domestic abuse. 

To report domestic abuse, or if you have any concerns, please contact us by:

  • Calling us on 0800 012 1311 
  • Speaking to us on live chat
  • Or emailing us at trust@peaksplains.org 
  • In an emergency, you should always call the police on 999. 

We can offer you advice and support options for staying safe. We will also signpost to specialist services that can help. 

You can also find a list of useful links and contacts which can offer you support with issues from debt to health and wellbeing on our practical help and support page.

Cheshire East Domestic Abuse Hub can offer tips and advice

  • Are you worried about someone else's relationship?
    A friend, a family member, colleague or neighbour? Unsure what to do and how you can help?

  • Are you worried about your own relationship?

    Is your partner controlling, manipulative, abusive or violent? Does something feel not quite right?

  • Are you worried about your own behaviour?

    Are your family frightened of you? Do your friends or other family members tell you that you're being unreasonable?

Cheshire East Domestic Abuse 24/7 Hub contact info:

Phone: 0300 123 5101

Text: 07771 941 464

Email: cedah@cheshireeast.gov.uk

Web: openthedoorcheshire.org.uk

Other charities and agency who can help

Useful links offering support from debt advice to health and wellbeing

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