National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans* (LGBT) Domestic Violence Helpline provides confidential support to all members of the LGBT communities, their family, friends, and agencies supporting them. The helpline is run by specialist trained operators and provides a space where you can talk through what is going on, and explore your options.Call us
Domestic abuse happens in LGBT relationships too but it can be even harder to admit it and ask for help.
All the services mentioned on this site will be able to help however there are also some services providing specialist support.
Someone living with a disability can be even more vulnerable to abuse, especially if they rely on their abuser for care.
All the services mentioned on this site will be able to offer help however there are also some services providing specialist support.
This page details support services offered to specific categories of clients. Other pages on this site will also be relevant to you, for example Information For Adults, Information For Children And Young People, Planning To Leave, Planning To Stay, and Forced Marriage. Where services are available, services offering specific support are listed on these pages as well.
Voluntary organisation supporting women and children from all backgrounds and circumstances experiencing domestic abuse from listening to support to break away and start again.Call us Email us
Free and confidential help to victims of crime (including domestic abuse, rape and sexual assault), witnesses, their family, friends and anyone else affected. The national SupportLine number is 0808 168 9111, and the number for the Regional Victim Assessment and Referral Centre (VARC) office covering Luton is below.Call us
Independent Domestic Violence Advisory Service for Luton providing free, independent and confidential support & advocacy for very high risk cases of domestic abuse or those where professional judgement is applied - referrals accepted from all statutory and non statutory agencies. Contact for advice or further details. Secure email address available for referrals.Call us Email us
Free & friendly confidential advice, support and information for anyone living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Based at 63 Inkerman Street, Luton, LU1 1JDCall us
Men4Men Sexual Health Outreach Project (SHOP) aims to promote health and wellbeing of adult Gay, Bi-sexual and MSM men. They provide advice, advocacy and counselling services, sexual health promotion and signposting to other services.Call us
The Safeguarding Adults Team aims to work with the person who has been abused to safeguard them and endeavours to put the person who has been abused in control. Anyone who is concerned about a friend or relative can speak to the team.Call us Email us
Confidential, non-judgmental emotional support for people experiencing feelings of distress or despair (including suicidal thoughts), 24 hours a day.Call us Email us
National charity working to end domestic violence against women & children.Call us
DIAL is an independent network of local disability information and advice services, run by and for disabled peopleCall us Email us
LGBT Links Luton services encourages and assists with making positive changes and healthier lifestyle choices. Confidential automated answerphone out of hours. Based at 63 Inkerman Street, Luton, LU1 1JD.Call us
Range of booklets for professionals and general public on DV including LGBT community and teenagers.