Contact details for organisations who may be able to help you if you are the victim of domestic violence.
The page is split into three sections - voluntary/statutory organisations, helplines and websites.
Voluntary and statutory organisations
Lewisham Victim Support
Practical advice and support. Also provides a list of local solicitors.
300 Sangley Road, Catford SE6 2JT
Tel: 020 8698 4583
Women Against Domestic Violence
Advice, counselling and advocacy.
170 Community Project, 170 New Cross Road, Lewisham SE14 5AA
Tel: 020 7252 8518 / 020 7732 9716
Women and Girls Network
Counselling, information and advice for women who have experienced any type of gendered violence at any time in their lives.
Helpline: 020 7610 4345 / Office: 020 7610 4678
Support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people experiencing domestic violence.
Tel: 0300 999 5428
Support for male victims of domestic violence.
Tel: 01823 334 244
National Domestic Violence Helpline
Tel: 0808 2000 247
National Victim Support
Tel: 0845 303 0900
A counselling service for children and young people.
24 hour helpline: 0800 1111
Support for Asian, black, minority ethnic and refugee women.
Tel: 020 7250 3933
Southall Black Sisters
Advice for black and Asian women by phone or by appointment at offices.
21 Avenue Road, Southall, Middlesex UB1 3BL
Tel: 020 8571 9595
Respect Phone Line
Advice and information on perpetrator programmes: 0845 122 8609
Phone line for male victims of domestic violence: 0808 801 0327
Refuge offers emergency accommodation and practical and emotional support for women and children experiencing domestic violence.
Rights of Women
Rights of Women works to attain justice and equality by informing, educating and empowering women on their legal rights.
Support, advice and information on all aspects of domestic violence.
Safe website usage
If someone you know is abusing you, you may not want them to know that you have been looking at these webpages. If that person can use the same computer as you, it is possible for them to see how you've been using the internet.
The only certain way to prevent anyone finding out what webpages you have been viewing is to use a computer which they do not have access to. This could be at a local library, a friend's house, or an internet cafe.
Cover your tracks
If you are using your computer at home, there are things you can do to cover your tracks. You can find out more about safe use of the internet on the Victim Support website.
For information on the Council's domestic and sexual violence strategy please contact the Neighbourhood Community Safety Service
. For support about domestic or sexual violence, please contact one of the support organisations listed on this page.