Support for Male survivors of Domestic Abuse

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It is not OK for one person in a relationship to control, frighten or hurt the other. Domestic abuse can happen to any person, both in same-sex and heterosexual relationships or from other family members and can have damaging and far-reaching effects, both emotionally and physically.

Domestic abuse includes a range of behaviours: physical, psychological, sexual or financial. It is rarely a one-off event and tends to get worse over time. An abuser’s behaviour is often very controlling, including making the victim feel like the abuse is their fault.

If you are worried that you are experiencing domestic abuse, read through our list of warning signs You can also call our local, confidential helpline on 020 8317 8273. Alternatively, you can click here to see details which support men.

"It is not OK for one person in a relationship to control, frighten or hurt the other."

 

 

 

SurvivorsUK

SurvivorsUK helps men who have been sexually violated and raises awareness of their needs.  Sexual violation includes both childhood sexual abuse and adult sexual assault/rape.

Website: http://www.survivorsuk.org/

Helpline: 0845 122 1201 Monday & Tuesday 7- 9.30pm, Thursday 12-2.30pm

Email:  info@survivorsuk.org

 

 

 

 

 

Men’s Advice Line

Offers advice and support for men in abusive relationships, both those experiencing violence and abuse from partner's and concerned about their own violence.

Website: http://www.mensadviceline.org.uk/

Helpline: 0808 801 0327

Email: info@mensadviceline.org.uk

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