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Other help and support

The following organisations all offer support for those experiencing domestic abuse. Some receive funding from us to offer floating support and supported accommodation.

For emergency assistance please ring the police on 999. For non-emergency advice from the police you can ring 101.

Birmingham and Solihull Women’s Aid (including the National Domestic Abuse Helpline) – offers floating support and refuge accommodation

Accord Housing Association - offers floating support and refuge accommodation

Cranstoun – floating support for male and female
E-mail: birminghamadmin@cranstoun.org.uk 
Telephone: 0121 633 1750

Trident Group offers floating support and refuge accommodation

Birmingham Crisis Centre - offers refuge accommodation

Gilgal Birmingham - offers refuge accommodation

Salvation Armyoffers refuge accommodation
E-mail: williambooth.birmingham@salvationarmy.org.uk
Telephone: 0121 236 6554

Shelter Domestic Abuse Project – offers floating support
E-mail: familiesdaproject@shelter.org.uk
Telephone: 0344 515 1632

Anawim

Women Acting in Today’s Society (WAITS)

The following services offer advice and support for men experiencing domestic abuse

Trident Reach offers floating support

Men’s Advice Line

Karma Nirvana - For support due to ‘honour-based’ violence or forced marriage.

If you are gay, lesbian, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) and would prefer support from an organisation that provides service specifically for the LGBT community then you can try the following organisations.

GALOPNational LGBT Domestic Abuse Helpline

Birmingham LGBT

Stonewall

The following services offer advice and support for children witnessing domestic violence

Childline

The Hideout

The following service offers legal advice for women

Rights of Women

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