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Domestic Abuse

Domestic Violence and Abuse

If you or someone else in your family is being hurt at home, you can tell a teacher, a neighbour, a friend, a friend's parent or the police. Domestic violence and abuse isn’t your fault.

Domestic violence and abuse isn't always physical harm, it can also be sexual harm, and controlling and coercive behaviour (when someone is controlling where you go, who you see, your money, making you do things you don't want to do).



Childline- a free confidential advice line. They won't tell anyone else you’re calling unless you’re in immediate danger. They can tell you where you can get help.

Call: 0800 1111


First Response- Bristol's front door to social care (where to report a concern about a child)

Call: 0117 903 6444.


Julian House- Our children’s and young persons domestic violence and abuse service is made up of a specialist team who offer practical and emotional support, information and education for children and young people who are experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse.

Call: 0117 942 4986 




The Hide Out - Helps children and young people experiencing domestic abuse and violence.