Don’t suffer in silence
We know what you’re going through can make you feel embarrassed. You might find it hard to talk about domestic abuse, but we’re here to make it easier to ask for help.
Abuse. It’s time to talk.
Here’s what happens when you call:
- A friendly advisor will ask you what’s happening.
- You can tell us as much as you want.
- We’ll believe you.
- You’ll get honest advice and support.
If you want to talk, contact us by phone, webchat or email today.
It’s not your fault.
Domestic abuse affects men of every age, sexuality, ability, class and ethnic background. If your partner frightens, controls or hurts you, it isn’t your fault. And it’s okay to want help.
Spot the signs
- Does your partner control your actions, money or decisions?
- Do they manipulate, frighten or hurt you?
- Is their behaviour affecting your children or your mental health?
You aren’t alone
Domestic abuse against men is more common than people think. We’ve helped thousands of men in all sorts of situations. Read their stories here.
Get in touch today
"You can tell us as much or as little as you want. Your advisor will listen and give you honest advice, they won’t judge and they’ll keep your call confidential."Freephone 0808 8010327
Who can call?
We’re here to help anyone involved in an abusive situation.
- Are you worried about a male friend or family member? Get help and advice today.
- If you’re working with a man who’s being abused, contact us for free and confidential advice and info.
Abuse is hardly ever a one-off, and tends to get worse over time. There is help. There is hope.