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"Is there anywhere I can physically go for help?"

UK Says No More charity is working with organisations across the UK to offer safe spaces

  • If you are experiencing domestic abuse and are unable to access help from home, there are places that you can go to for immediate help or for information

  • Nationwide domestic abuse charity UK Says No More is working with many organisation across the country to offer Space Spaces for people to go

  • Many pharmacies, TSB banks and Morrisons supermarkets offer a safe place where you can go to access information or to make a phone call to the Suffolk Domestic Abuse Helpline or, if in immediate danger, the Police

  • Safe Spaces are equipped with information and facilities to give you access to help, support and advice

  • Ask for the Safe Space in one of these outlets and staff will direct you to their consulting room - all confidentially, all without pressure.

Safe spaces

Click on this link: Safe Spaces to find your nearest Safe Space

  • From Monday 14th June 2021, Suffolk Libraries will be launched as Safe Spaces for survivors of domestic abuse to seek information, advice and guidance on the support available. Staff have been trained as Domestic Abuse Champions and will be in a position to offer initial support as well as signposting to local specialist services, such as the Suffolk Domestic Abuse helpline. If required, a private room will be made available so that you can make a phone call; support and information will be prominently displayed so that anyone with concerns can access advice.