Pathways Family Support Centre


Working Together to end Domestic Abuse

BDVG Registered Charity No: 1085073

I am in

IMMEDIATE DANGER

I am not in danger but need

HELP AND ADVICE

I JUST NEED SOMEONE

TO TALK TO

What to do


Call 999 to contact the police.


Available any time

Always free to call

If you are  a woman experiencing domestic abuse


Call Pathways  Domestic Abuse  Helpline on 01226 249800 (answerphone out of hours)  

OR

Call Women’s Aid 24 hour National Helpline on  0808 2000 247

Women’s Aid  number is free from most landlines and some mobiles

Instant language interpretation available


If you are a child or young person experiencing domestic abuse


Call Pathways on 01226 249800  OR

Call Childline on 0800 1111


For everyone up to the age of 19

Available any time and always free

Childline can tell you about places near where you live where you can get help

Childline won’t tell anyone you’ve called them unless you are in danger

Who does this information apply to?


Absolutely everyone. You can call the police on 999 if your own personal safety is threatened, if someone you know is at risk of immediate harm, or in an emergency.

If you are  a man experiencing domestic abuse


Call Pathways  Domestic Abuse  Helpline on 01226 249800 (answerphone out of hours)  OR

The Men’s Advice Line on

0808 801 0327


Talk confidentially about your situation and find out what your options are



If you are a man living outside Barnsley


Call the Men’s Advice Line on

0808 801 0327


You can talk things over in confidence.


If you are from the

LGBT community

Call Pathways Helpline on 01226 249800

Or

National Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Trans Domestic Abuse Helpline

 

Phone: 0300 999 5428 or 0800 999 5428

Email: help@galop.org.uk

The LGBT Foundation Helpline

Hours Daily 18.00 -22.00

0845 330 3030



If you are worried about forced marriage


Call the Forced Marriage Unit on

0207 008 0151



If you are worried about Female Genital Mutilation (FGM)


Call the NSPCC on

0800 028 3550