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Those with disabilities often face domestic abuse from a carer or close family member, often through withdrawal of support or basic assistance, or holding back finances. Most organisations listed on this web-site can help. However for specific information, please see/contact :
If you are disabled, or have mental health issues and are experiencing domestic abuse, or know someone who may be, please contact the Luton Adult Safeguarding Team who can help you.
For local disability information and advice call DIAL on 0808 800 3333, an independent network of local disability information and advice services, run by and for disabled people.
We provide free, confidential and impartial advice on a range of issue including relationship, money, benefit, housing or employment problems. Search for local centre on-line.
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
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
Offers help and support to women affected by any drug/alcohol, domestic abuse, mental health and social care related issues. Includes Ofsted registered child care provisionCall us
Confidential women only service including advice and support around domestic abuse, forced marriage, honour based issues. Also runs a Young Women's Programme and Freedom programme and support for parents.Call us Email us
Free, confidential 24hr helpline for women experiencing domestic violence. Translation facilities and a service for callers who are deaf or hard of hearing.Call us
The National Stalking Helpline responds to nearly 3,000 victims of stalking each year. A small team of highly trained staff and volunteers provide – by phone and email – information and guidance on the law, how to report stalking, gathering evidence, staying safe and reducing the risk.Call us Email 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
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
Confidential helpline for people who are abusive and/or violent toward their current or ex partner. Information and advice to change their behaviour.Call us
Men's Advice Line: 24 hour confidential helpline for men experiencing domestic violence from a partner or ex-partner (or from other family members). Callers may hear an answerphone message before speaking to a personCall us Email us
Call 101 to report non-emergency crime and other concerns (24 hour service). Your call will be routed to the appropriate team.Call us