Self Help... Young People

Sexual Health & Relationships

Domestic Abuse

We believe it is important for all young people to be aware of signs of an unhealthy relationship. Domestic abuse can affect anyone, of any age.

Domestic abuse or violence is a crime; the Police take domestic abuse seriously and will be able to help and protect you. There are also other organisations who can offer you help and support.

If you'd like to talk to someone about your relationship you can drop in to see one of our workers Monday to Friday between 12pm - 5pm and Saturday between 10.30am - 4pm. 

We also have a counselling service for those who have been a vicitm of crime which can support you if you. To find out more please visit our Victim Care page.

If it’s an emergency or someone is in immediate danger always call 999. 

Other organisations who can help:

Plymouth Domestic Abuse Service

Tel: 01752 252033

Victim Care

Tel: 101 amd ask to be put through to Victim Care

Safe Lives 

Tel: 0117 317 8750

English National Domestic Violence Helpline

Tel: 0808 2000 247

National Centre for Domestic Violence

Tel: 0844 8044 999

Men’s Advice Line

Tel: 0808 801 0327

Broken Rainbow (for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people)

Tel: 0800 999 5428

This information was published in February 2020 and will be reviewed in September 2020.