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Help for South Asian and Middle Eastern women

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Call 999 or go to your local police station for immediate help if you or someone else is in danger or a crime is in progress. Call 101 for non-emergency advice from the police.

Bharosa Domestic Abuse Service

Bharosa works with Birmingham City Council to provide a confidential, free and fair service. We help women and young girls over the age of 16 who are experiencing any form of domestic abuse.

Our service is culturally sensitive to the needs of the women we support. We can provide support in a range of different languages including Bengali, Urdu, Punjabi, Mirpuri and Gujarati.

Contact details

  • Telephone: 0121 303 0368
  • Lines open: Monday to Thursday 9:00am to 5:00pm and Friday 9:00am to 4.00pm
  • Email: bharosa@birmingham.gov.uk

You can also ask someone else to contact Bharosa for you, such as:

  • social care workers
  • doctors
  • health visitors
  • family members or friends

I work for a safeguarding agency

If you work for a safeguarding agency and need to refer a client to Bharosa, complete the Bharosa referral form and email it to bharosa@birmingham.gov.uk.

Download our information poster


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Page last updated: 23 November 2023

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