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Here To Help You Live a Life Free From Domestic Abuse

You deserve to be safe, happy and healthy in your relationships with your family, friends and community. Domestic abuse affects many people, regardless of age, gender, financial status, location, religion or sexuality.

If you are in a relationship where you feel unsafe, unhappy and unhealthy, or have ended such a relationship and are still experiencing abuse, we can help.

If anyone in your family or others that you know are abusing, controlling, harassing or violating you, we can help.

You don’t have to deal with this alone. We offer a safe place to stay if needed, along with support, guidance and practical help to create a safer, happier and healthier future for you.

We offer inclusive, non-judgemental and respectful services to women, children and men.

For more information, contact us on 0300 3033 581 or email contact@safenet.org.uk

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Services

Our support services cover the North West of England, with support services based in Burnley, Lancaster, Bury, Rochdale, Preston, Chorley, Leyland and Wyre.

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Children and Young People’s Services

We provide a positive environment where children and young people feel safe and live free from abuse, helping them to thrive in all areas of their development.

SafeNet Safe Houses

In addition to refuges, we also offer safe-houses in the North West. These residential properties are a stepping stone to independent living and are situated in confidential locations.

Rochdale Services

Our  community Outreach Services in Rochdale  offer confidential, emotional and practical support in the community, helping those experiencing domestic abuse to stay safe and receive professional  support with housing-related issues.

Jane’s Place Recovery Refuge

We recognise that there are situations where survivors need extra help and much higher levels of support, often over a longer period beyond.

Lancashire Safe At Home

Domestic abuse causes significant trauma to the victim-survivor. Children often also experience abuse. Domestic abuse is a crime.

We can support you with information, support & safe accommodation for anyone affected by domestic abuse, stalking & honour-based abuse in Burnley, Preston & Lancaster.

Refuge services for women and children

Our refuges are open to women and children 365 days a year. We are staffed 24/7 to ensure we can respond effectively to emergency referrals to help those in crisis or in immediate need, and also to maintain security and safety for all our residents throughout the day and night.

Lancashire Refuges

You deserve to be safe, happy and healthy in your relationships with your family, friends and community. Domestic abuse affects many people, regardless of age, gender, financial status, location, religion or sexuality.

Bury Services

Our specialist Community Outreach Services in Bury  offer confidential, emotional and practical support in the community, helping those experiencing domestic abuse to stay safe and receive professional  support with housing-related issues.

Men’s Services

We deliver a dedicated safe-house for men who are escaping domestic and interpersonal abuse. We also offer emotional and practical support whilst recognising and addressing the gendered differences in the nature of abuse experienced.

Connect & Respect

SafeNet are delivering our Healthy Relationships programme ‘Connect & Respect’ to Secondary schools across Lancashire. These sessions are delivered by our domestic abuse specialists and partner agencies.

recognising domestic abuse

There are common factors that link the experience of an abusive relationship. This can encompass, but is not limited to, the following types of abuse:

  • Psychological
  • Physical
  • Sexual
  • Financial
  • Emotional
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Welcome to Refuge

This short animated film depicts the journey coming into refuge and what to expect.

We hope this will help & support you to make difficult decisions about leaving your home & coming into refuge.

Often survivors say they don’t know what to expect and the unknown is frightening. We hope this will reduce some of those fears & worries.

پناہ میں خوش آمدید

برطانوی اشاروں کی زبان کے ساتھ ‘پناہ میں خوش آمدید’۔

ہماری پناہ گاہ کے ارد گرد ایک ٹور، یہ دکھاتا ہے کہ جب آپ پہنچتے ہیں تو کیا ہوتا ہے اور ہم آپ کے اور آپ کے خاندان کو آپ کے قیام کے دوران کس طرح سپورٹ کرتے ہیں۔ سائن لینگویج ویک کے اعزاز میں، ہم عائشہ کمیونیکیشنز کو اپنے ریفیوج ٹور کے لیے دستخط کرنے کے لیے شکر گزار ہیں۔

بی ایس ایل بذریعہ عائشہ کمیونیکیشن

ہکلبیری فلمز کی فلم

 

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SafeNet on Twitter

Facing domestic violence? @SafeNet_UK @Preston_DVS @LancashireWomen @Calico_Group @rfmentalhealth @RefugeCharity @blogpreston @andysmanclubuk @Walkandtalk4men

This is great Marilyn. Exactly what is needed when addressing HBV/A and FM amongst male victims - well done to @SafeNet_UK for recording this video about male victims 👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽@MBCoalition @matthewogston @nazandmatt @AllyFogg @ManKindInit @MankindCharity please share & retweet video https://twitter.com/marilynselwood/status/1556569253725224960

Marilyn Selwood@MarilynSelwood

@SafeNet_UK Thank you - this is great. @Maz_Idriss you seen this?

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SafeNet on Facebook

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Coercive control is when a person you are connected to repeatedly behaves in a way which makes you feel controlled, dependent, isolated or scared

Coercive control is a criminal offence in England & Wales

Read Rights of Women guide to your rights & the law here 👇
rightsofwomen.org.uk/get-information/violence-against-women-and-international-law/coercive-contro...
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Coercive control is when a person you are connected to repeatedly behaves in a way which makes you feel controlled, dependent, isolated or scared

Coercive control is a criminal offence in England & Wales 

Read Rights of Women guide to your rights & the law  here 👇
https://rightsofwomen.org.uk/get-information/violence-against-women-and-international-law/coercive-control-and-the-law/

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It may be a criminal offence however sadly the police still say, it's so hard to prove this and that and/or we do not feel that it would be the best option to speak to them about this blah. It is pointless having a law if the law is not utilised. People are still scared and are still not holding abusers accountable for their actions.

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We are here for you over the weekend.
Our support and refuges are open 24 hours 365 days. Use the safest way for yourself to contact us:
📞 0300 3033 581
🗨️ live chat safenet.org.uk daily at 10am to 12pm, 2 to 4pm and 8 to 10pm
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We are here for you over the weekend.
Our support and refuges are open 24 hours 365 days. Use the safest way for yourself to contact us:
📞 0300 3033 581
🗨️ live chat safenet.org.uk daily at 10am to 12pm, 2 to 4pm and 8 to 10pm

There is no honour in killing and no excuse for abuse. No religion or culture supports honour based abuse

SafeNet have specialist workers offering support if you or someone you love is experiencing honour based abuse

You can contact us & we will listen. You will receive advice & support with no judgment. You will be treated with respect, discretion & cultural sensitivity

🌐 safenet.org.uk/
📧 contact@safenet.org.uk (9am to 5pm Mon to Fri)
☎️ 0300 3033 581
💬 Live chat on the website daily. 10am-12pm, 2pm-4pm, 8pm-10pm.

#WeRemember
#DayOfMemory
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There is no honour in killing and no excuse for abuse.  No religion or culture supports honour based abuse

SafeNet have specialist workers offering support if you or someone you love is experiencing honour based abuse 

You can contact us & we will listen. You will receive advice & support with no judgment. You will be treated with respect, discretion & cultural sensitivity

🌐 https://safenet.org.uk/
📧 contact@safenet.org.uk (9am to 5pm Mon to Fri)
☎️ 0300 3033 581
💬 Live chat on the website daily. 10am-12pm, 2pm-4pm, 8pm-10pm.

#WeRemember
#DayOfMemory

Today is a day of memory & reflection in our Refuges,
remembering the lives lost to 'honour' based abuse as well as those who still need our support

We are committed to supporting all victim-survivors & continuing to raise awareness about honour based abuse & harmful practices

If you need support for yourself or someone you love please reach out

🌐 safenet.org.uk
📞 0300 3033 581
💬 on line daily chat via our website at 10 to 12pm, 2 to 4pm and 8 to 10pm
... See MoreSee Less

Today is a day of memory & reflection in our Refuges,
remembering the lives lost to honour based abuse as well as those who still need our support

We are committed to supporting all victim-survivors & continuing to raise awareness about honour based abuse & harmful practices

If you need support for yourself or someone you love please reach out

🌐 safenet.org.uk
📞 0300 3033 581 
💬 on line daily chat via our website at 10 to 12pm, 2 to 4pm and 8 to 10pmImage attachment

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