Physical Abuse or Neglect
Contact Respect, 244-254 Cambridge Heath Road, London
Phone: Freephone 0808 802 4040 Respect Phoneline / Men's advice Line 0808 8010327
Visit the website for latest information on Coronavirus and how to stay safe through the pandemic. Also information available on the impact of the Covid 19 crisis on the Domestic Abuse Perpetrator Services.
We are unable to take calls at present so please email us if you need help.
Respect Phoneline: 0808 8024040 / www.respectphoneline.org.uk
Men's Advice Line: 0808 8010327 / www.mensadviceline.org.uk
General enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org / 0203 5596650
Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have been collaborating with our sector partners to ensure that victim and survivor’s safety remains a top priority. To achieve this, we will continue to hold perpetrators to account.
Respect's Helplines are running as normal. Our team have made plans to meet increased demand and have reviewed the advice they give to service users, so their needs are better met in the COVID-19 context. Please refer to our helpline websites for more information www.respectphoneline.org.uk and www.mensadviceline.org.uk
The Respect Phoneline has launched the #NoExcuseForAbuse campaign. It's aimed at perpetrators of domestic abuse and our key message is that the lockdown is not an excuse for abuse. The campaign is run on Respect's social media accounts. For more information contact email@example.com
We are working closely with our members, to support them through this challenging time. For any concerns about Respect member services, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact The Farr Centre Chapel Walk Off West Gate Worksop
Phone: 01909 533610 or 24 Frephone Helpline 0808 800 0340
Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd exists for the benefit of all women, young people and children experiencing physical, mental or sexual abuse in their relationships. We offer information, advice, access to (temporary) accommodation, ongoing support and aftercare.
Women’s Aid recognises that violence against women results from the unequal position of women in society. We are opposed to all forms of emotional and physical violence and abuse against women, young people and children. We are committed to the principle of self-help and self-determination and encourage women seeking advice, information, support or refuge to determine their own future.
Drop-ins Tues 5-7pm, Thurs 10am-12noon
Our Contact Information:
Phone: 01909 533610
Fax: 01909 533617
24hr Freephone Helpline:
0808 800 0340
Emergency Contact Numbers:
In an emergency, please call the Police on 999
For non-emergency calls to the Police, please use 101
24hr Freephone Helpline: 0808 800 0340
24 Hour Text Helpline for use with a DDT or TTY: 0808 800 0341
Contact NSPCC Weston House 42 Curtain Road London
Phone: 0115 985 8485 / 0808 800 5000 free phone
Almost 7,000 counselling sessions about coronavirus have taken place with children and young people
Since the start of January Childline has delivered 6,938 counselling sessions to children and young people who have got in touch about Coronavirus (COVID-19)1.
In April, we launched our urgent appeal Still here for children to help us fund vital services like Childline, so we can continue to be here for children who need help.
The main concerns that children and young people have been talking about are the same as before lockdown. But there's been an increase in the proportion of counselling sessions which are about mental health and wellbeing2.
Indeed, every week since lockdown we delivered over 2,000 counselling sessions with children concerned about their mental health and emotional wellbeing – totalling nearly 17,000 over 7 weeks3.
For many young people, the difficult circumstances they were already facing, which can include abuse, domestic violence and difficult family relationships, have been exacerbated during lockdown leaving them feeling alone and trapped.
The main concerns that children and young people have been talking about are the same as before lockdown. But there’s been an increase in the proportion of counselling sessions which are about mental health and wellbeing.
Tips and advice to help cope with coronavirus (COVID-19)
Visit our coronavirus advice hub for tips and advice for parents and carers - from talking to a child worried about coronavirus to taking care of your mental health and much more.
For Free & anonymous advice if you think a child is being abused - 0800 028 0285
Doncaster Rape & Sexual Abuse Counselling Service
DRASACS 25 Thorne Road Doncaster
Doncaster Rape and Sexual Abuse Counselling Service (DRASACS) is an independent charity that has been helping victims of sexual violence since 1987. We are not part of the Police, NHS or any other public service.
Contact DRASACS 25 Thorne Road Doncaster
Phone: 01302 360421
DRASACS COVID-19 Response
DRASACS premises are closed to clients during this phase of the governments response to Covid-19. We will offer support to clients by telephone/webcam if is safe to do so.
We are still accepting new referrals, the premises are closed to clients, DRASACS is still operating using telephone/webcam for both ISVA and Therapy.
If you are experiencing additional challenges, The Survivors Trust and Rape Crisis have resources that can be utlisied in addition to DRASACS support.
We advise all clients to read the advice from the NHS regarding Covid-19 and steps to take to protect yourself and others. For further information please visit http://www.drasacs.org.uk/
Our confidential services are available for:
- Children and young people aged 18 or under, who have been raped or sexually abused
- Adults who have experienced rape or sexual abuse, either recently or in their past
- Family members who have been affected by the issue
If you want to talk to someone about your experience, please get in touch. We provide a number of free services including:
- Independent Sexual Violence Advocacy (ISVA)
Phone: 07757 252405
Mandy Edwards is a qualified Psychodynamic and CBT counsellor, alongside being a BACP registered member. Covers Worksop S80 and Mansfield NG19.
- Approaches to Incest and Sexual Abuse
- Working with staff and students in higher education
- Couple and family counselling
- Staff counselling
- Attachment issues
- Relationship issues
- Psychodynamic therapy
Further information on services offered on Counselling Directory and Future Minds
Contact 2 Overend Road Worksop Nottinghamshire
Phone: 01909 501732
STILL OFFERING SUPPORT THROUGH THE COVID PANDEMIC
Our office is open from Monday to Friday, 9.00am until 5.00pm
We offer support to both single young people aged 16-21, (up to 25 in exceptional circumstances) and also to young parents aged 16-19. Priority will always be given to those aged between 16 and 17.
We offer a package of good quality accommodation partnered with individually-tailored support plans. These are reviewed regularly to ensure your plan is working for you and can be reviewed any time at your request.
We also offer a regular programme of activities to encourage our young people to build confidence, learn new skills, and get involved in the community.
Ultimately, it is the aim of New Roots to support all service users to develop independent living skills and make the transition to suitable and permanent accommodation. The length of stay depends upon individual need, but can be anything between 6 months and 2 years.
Referrals are made by Notts County Council Family Services.
Contact 11 Sovereign Court The Highway LONDON E1W 3HH
Phone: 02035 983898
SurvivorsUK can offer a range of support services including counselling and therapy appointments as well as online chat. All services are provided by trained professionals who as specialists in the field of male sexual violence have helped many men to work through their experiences.
SurvivorsUK was established as a service for male survivors, however we are an inclusive service and welcome anyone who identifies as male, trans, non-binary, has identified as male in the past, or anyone who feels that we are the right fit for them.
Support Services close to you:
SRASAC (Sheffield) offers Helpline and Counselling to men and boys aged 13 years and above, and Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA) support to men aged 18 years and above.
Over 20 years experience. Long term experience in working with child and adult survivors, psychosexual issues, couples work, addictive and compulsive behaviours.
The Pit Stop counselling service for men initially provides up to 20 one-to-one counselling sessions (may be extended) within Rotherham Abuse Counselling Service. Any adult male in South Yorkshire can access the service if they wish to resolve issues arising from abuse at any time in their life. (rape, sexual or domestic abuse) . Our specialist counsellors all conform to the ethical standards of the British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy. We do not counsel perpetrators of abuse. Appointments offered weekdays 9-4pm but may be extended later in evening, and Saturdays in future.
Counselling, Independent Sexual Violence Advocacy (ISVA), group work and information.
One to One Counselling / Group Therapy / Drama Therapy / Self-Help Group
Helpline counselling service
Offers a counselling service for males on the following days and times:
Mon from 2-8pm, Tues from 2-8pm, Thurs from 10-1pm, Fri from 10-1pm, Sat from 10-1pm
ISVA service providing one to one advocacy support for male survivors of sexual abuse
Age Group of Male Survivors: Helpline 13 +, ISVA 14+
SHE UK/ MENDing UK Mansfield
A holistic range of support addressing the complex needs of survivors of childhood sexual abuse.
Phone: 0300 500 80 80
NCC Customer Service Centre can arrange for the person you are caring for to have an assessment.
Call 0300 500 80 80
Monday - Friday 08.00 am - 8.00pm
Or you can email them directly Email: email@example.com
Visit the NCC Website: http://www.nottinghamshire.gov.uk/
Nottinghamshire County Council’s Public Health have commissioned a new and exciting website ‘Health for Kids’ which will be managed by the Youth Service. The website is due to be launched in January 2019.
Health for Kids is a health promotion website offering information in a fun and interactive way for primary school children, parents/carers and teachers. The website will offer local news on upcoming events, campaigns, blogs, articles and useful information about services available to children within Nottinghamshire. The website aims to help promote the health and wellbeing of children aged 5-11 years.
Moving forward, the Youth Service will also be managing the Health for Teens Website, which was launched back in January 2016. Health for Teens offers health and wellbeing advice and information to young people aged 11-19, promoting a healthy body and mind. The site provides local information on relevant services to signpost young people to within Nottinghamshire.
As a service we would like to inform you of how to contact us in regards to supporting the websites to ensure the information we include on the local pages is up to date and relevant for Nottinghamshire. For example, if you have an event you would like us to promote to children, young people, parents or carer, or if you have a campaign that is running locally we can publicise these on the Health for kids or Teens Website’s.
We would also like to request you to promote the relevant website to the appropriate age group through your service. We have a range of publicity material available electronically and a limited supply of hard copies.
To get in touch, request any material and add any information you feel is relevant and appropriate for the sites please email the content to; firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information on the Health for Teens and Kids Websites, please contact; Jenny Quin-Smith from the Youth Service on; 01158041180; Jennifer.email@example.com
If you would like to visit the Websites, please see links below;
www.healthforkids.co.uk (local page will be launched in January)
We look forward to working together with you and your organisation in order to successfully promote the health and wellbeing of children and young people in Nottinghamshire.
BCVS Community Advisor
BCVS@ThePriory The Old Abbey School Priorswell Road Worksop Nottinghamshire
The BCVS Community Advisor can offer supported navigation for all patients registered with a Bassetlaw GP.. Community Advisor os part of Bassetlaw Social Prescribing Service.
BCVS Community Advisor
BCVS@ThePriory The Old Abbey School Priorswell Road Worksop Nottinghamshire
Contact BCVS@ThePriory The Old Abbey School Priorswell Road Worksop Nottinghamshire
Phone: 01909 476118
IMPROVING THE HEALTH AND WELLBEING OF BASSETLAW RESIDENTS THROUGH SUPPORTED
ACCESS AND NAVIGATION INTO LOCAL SERVICES AND SUPPORT GROUPS
The Community Advisor is a specialist with a wealth of knowledge and experience about services across Bassetlaw, helping individuals to access non-medical support services from voluntary organisations and community groups.
Anyone over the age of 16 who is registered with a Bassetlaw GP can access this service.
You can ask at your GP Reception when the Community Advisor will be visiting your local surgery or contact us directly here at BCVS.
The Community Advisor will discuss with the individual how one of the many voluntary or community services may help them improve their health and wellbeing alongside any existing medical treatment.
The Community Advisor can help you to:
- Identify groups which may offer additional support to help you understand and manage your medical condition
- Access community social groups by giving you a named contact and specific group information
- Access benefits, debt and welfare advice
- Address loneliness and isolation issues by encouraging participation with local activity group
- Access information and advice on a wide range of services for the whole family
Your Community Advisor will be able to identify suitable support options and they will afford the time to find contact details of the leaders of groups and services to make the access as smooth as possible.
There are several ways to make contact with the Community Advisor:
You can ring the Community Advisor direct for telephone advice. Available Monday to Friday on 01909 476118 Ext 24.
Phone: 0300 500 80 80
This directory is maintained and operated by Nottinghamshire County Council.
If you need help using this directory or would like to contact us for more information, please get in touch with one of our friendly advisors using the details below:
Telephone: 0300 500 80 80
CSC minicom: 01623 434993
We are open Monday – Friday 8:00am – 6:00pm.
If your query is specifically around SEND, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your query is specifically for Supported Self Care, please call 0300 303 2600 or email email@example.com.
Coronavirus and mental wellbeing
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That's why it's so important to do what we can to look after our mental health and wellbeing – now more than ever – and to reach out if you need support.
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For mental health support
The Every Mind Matters platform provides advice on common mental health concerns, how to look after your mental health and wellbeing, and where to get further support.
If you are concerned about your mental health, visiting your GP is a good place to start, or you can call 111 for further advice.
In most areas, you can also refer yourself for free, non-urgent, NHS psychological therapy services, called IAPT (Improving Access to Psychological Therapies) services.
If you need further support
For non-urgent personal medical advice, please visit the NHS website or discuss with your GP.
If you have an urgent, non-emergency medical concern, please call 111 to speak to a fully trained adviser.
In a life-threatening emergency, call 999.
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