Please Remember: You Are Not Alone
If you’re reading this booklet, we know you may be scared or hurt. You may be feeling isolated and alone. You may be worried about someone you care about.
You may be desperate for help and support, but not sure where to turn.
But please remember: You are not alone. Help and support is available.
We know that seeking help can be incredibly difficult, but it is important that you get help if you need it. Please don’t suffer in silence.
If you are experiencing abuse, or think you might be at risk, or if you are concerned about someone else, please contact one of the organisations below, who will be able to provide you with information, advice and support.
Live Fear Free Helpline
Live Fear Free provides help and support to people experiencing abuse, and those who are concerned about others. You can contact Live Fear Free 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
0808 8010 800
Visit the Live Fear Free website
The Hourglass Cymru Helpline offers support specifically for older people and can provide information, help and support, whether you are experiencing abuse or are concerned about someone else.
0808 808 8141
Visit the Hourglass Cymru Website
If you believe that you or someone else are at significant risk of imminent serious harm, contact the police without delay by dialling 999.NEXT PAGE: Recognising the signs of abuse > Accessible Versions
““Looking back, abuse had always been a part of my relationship with my husband – I just hadn’t recognised it.
“Maybe I didn’t want to admit it. But when things got worse, I knew it was time to get help.””
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