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Domestic Violence 24 hour helpline on 0113 246 0401.
In case of Immediate danger call 999.
Domestic violence and abuse is a serious problem. It includes physical, emotional, sexual and financial abuse.

Physical signs such as injuries may be easier to recognise than the emotional forms of abuse.
Abusers may limit access to finance, social contact or what a person may do in order to have control over them. Children who witness domestic violence and abuse will be affected in many ways.



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Help and Support for Male Victims of domestic violence.
Men's Advice Line: a confidential helpline for any man experiencing domestic violence and abuse from a partner (or ex-partner).


Opening hours:  the Men's Advice Line is open Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.

Call us on freephone 0808 801 0327 (free from landlines and from mobiles using the O2, Orange, T Mobile, Three (3), Virgin, and Vodafone networks). Calls will not appear on BT landline phone bills. A voicemail service is available: we aim to return calls within two working days.

Email us on (we aim to reply within two working days).


080 8808 8141 CALL for confidential help AND advice on all aspects elder abuse

Click here for help on offer in Leeds: 
• Reaching Out is a group work programme run by BARCA and is available to men in Leeds postal codes 12, 13 and 28
• If you are charged with an offence and going through the courts you can talk to a Probation Officer about what groups they can offer
• Caring Dads is a 17 week group work programme for men who wish to change their abusive behaviour within the home. It encourages men to work on their behaviour towards their children and their children’s mother. You would need to be referred to this group by a Social Worker or other similar professional.