Who can help?

Leeds Domestic Violence Service (LDVS)
24-hour Helpline for anyone in Leeds wanting immediate advice, support and information
0113 246 0401

National Domestic Violence
24 hr freephone helpline for women
0808 2000 247

National Men’s Advice Line
0808 801 0327
Mon to Fri: 9am – 5pm

Making life safe, just and fair for lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people. 020 7704 2040

Children and Young People
Childline 0800 1111 and
NSPCC Helpline 0800 800 5000

Leeds Social Services
Adult Social Care – 0113 222 4401
Children’s Social Work Services –
0113 222 4403
Emergency Out of Hours – 07712106378

Leeds Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB)

Local and National Support Agencies

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Leeds Domestic Violence and Abuse
Domestic violence and abuse for health care professionals
Domestic violence and abuse is a major public health problem. There is a link between domestic violence, physical and mental health and child wellbeing.

Health care professionals are often the first people those experiencing domestic violence will tell. The initial reaction of that person and the follow up can have a profound effect.

Because of this the Department of Health has issued guidelines for Health Professionals.

Locally there are Health Care pathways which those in health can follow to assist with asking about domestic violence and abuse and making appropriate referrals.
Anyone can access this online training for health practitioners
External Links:
NICE: Domestic violence and abuse: how health services, social care and the organisations they work with can respond effectively (opens as a PDF) 

The following links can only be accessed by health care practitioners