Leeds Domestic Violence Service (LDVS) supports all people in Leeds affected by domestic violence and abuse. Whatever you may be going through, they are here to listen without judgement and support. You can find out more about how we can support you by calling our 24 hour helpline on 0113 246 0401, emailing us at hello@ldvs.uk or taking a look around their website for more information.

National Stalking Helpline is run by the Suzy Lampugh Trust.  They offer advice, support and guidance if you feel you are being stalked or have concerns about someone's behaviour.  For more information please visit National Stalking Helpline | Suzy Lamplugh Trust

If you need to speak to someone, Victim Support are available every day, night and day. Call their free and 24 hour Supportline on 08 08 16 89 111 or start a live chat any time. You can also find out the different ways you can get confidential and free support here. Read Victim Support's leaflet Surviving Domestic Abuse (pdf).

Clare's Law (also known as the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme (DVDS)) is a police policy giving people the right to know if their current or ex-partner has any previous history of violence or abuse. Read more here.

Karma Nirvana is the first specialist charity for victims and survivors of Honour Based Abuse in the UK. You can call their UK Helpline: 0800 5999 247 or get help from their website.

Women's Night Safe Space:  a non-judgemental safe bus for women to seek refuge, support and advice in the city centre at night time. Support includes: mobile phone charging facilities, water, refreshments and warm drinks, support calling a taxi and somewhere to talk through concerns and be signposted for further support. 

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