Domestic abuse support
A confidential help service for women, men, children and young people experiencing domestic abuse in Hampshire
- 03300 165 112
- In an emergency
In an emergency always call the police on 999
- Integrated Domestic Abuse Service for Hampshire
Integrated Domestic Abuse Service for Hampshire (IDASH) provides refuge, resettlement, outreach and domestic violence support:
email firstname.lastname@example.org for East Hants, Fareham, Gosport and Havant
email email@example.com for the rest of Hampshire
Domestic abuse has far-reaching effects for individuals, families and communities and causes irreparable damage. One in four women and one in six men will experience domestic abuse in their lifetime, often with years of psychological abuse. Hampshire County Council and its partner organisations are committed to eliminating domestic abuse.
- Victim support
Victim Support is an independent charity for victims of crime in England and Wales and provides information about domestic abuse including:
- recognising the signs
- common questions
- how to get support and legal help
You&Co 'Coping with the effects of crime together' has information about talking about abusive relationships
- Hampshire Domestic Abuse Partnership
Hampshire Domestic Abuse Partnership (HDAP) website has resources for professionals working with victims of domestic abuse.
A Hampshire wide initiative has been developed that aims to better identify and assess perpetrators and implement an improved programme of interventions. The Hampton Trust in partnership with Aurora New Dawn is taking this forward on behalf of HDAP.
The Domestic Abuse Strategy & Action Plan 2015/16 is managed by the Hampshire Domestic Abuse Partnership (HDAP), which includes the County Council.