If someone is in immediate danger, always call 999
We have two short films about support available to survivors of domestic abuse in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough. The films are available in English, Urdu, Punjabi, Polish, Russian, Lithuanian and British Sign Language via our You Tube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCvA8lxUtXHpYnOADUxUA-7g
Welcome to the Cambridgeshire & Peterborough Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Partnership.
The Partnership brings together key agencies across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough with the aim of reducing the harm, risks and costs associated with domestic abuse and sexual violence and to prevent these crimes occurring across Cambridgeshire.
Use this web site to find information about domestic abuse and sexual violence, including advice leaflets and how to access local services.
Please be aware that any documents you download from this site may save to your computer's history. If this is a risk for you, please remember to delete the document from the computer (this is not the same as deleting internet history).
All the below accept self-referrals:
Cambridge Women’s Aid (City/South/East) 01223 361214 www.cambridgewa.org.uk
Refuge (Fenland/Hunts/Peterborough) 07787 255821 www.refuge.org.uk
Peterborough Women’s Aid 08454 103123 http://www.peterboroughwomensaid.co.uk/
Cambridge Rape Crisis 01223 245888 www.caprcp.org.uk
Peterborough Rape Crisis 01733 852578 www.caprcp.org.uk
The Elms Sexual Assault Referral Centre 0800 193 5434 www.theelmssarc.org
Victim & Witness Hub 0800 781 6818 https://www.cambsvictimservices.co.uk/support-for-victims/victims-and-witness-hub
"The thought of losing your home and financial security can be a huge barrier to leaving, and money worries can make you even more stressed and anxious." Powerful words from @OfficialMelB on the long lasting effects of abuse on her mental health https://t.co/bKvxieCTdt
Coercive control is as serious as physical abuse. From the colour of the lipstick you wear, to what you think, say and do — living with a controlling partner means that your decisions are not always your own. We're here for you if you need support ➡️ https://t.co/g7usyLJIlE
So pleased to hear this
It's often assumed that people experiencing #DomesticAbuse can just leave the relationship, but many consider a different way to end the abuse. If you're not sure how to ask about suicide watch this https://t.co/Ac3yyvQvy0 #WorldSuicidePreventionDay
We've commissioned SADA to gather feedback from survivors of domestic abuse, and children, about services in Cambridgeshire https://t.co/vjPK6L2ooD
Survivors of domestic abuse in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are being encouraged to share their experiences to help improve local services. Read more: https://t.co/t57PEkTYkw https://t.co/Bp1WGisZSp
We have a domestic abuse helpline for Gypsy, Roma and Traveller women seeking support in an abusive relationship. It is confidential and led by our women’s worker! Please contact on the number below 👇 https://t.co/fC75XI5sXF
"The government is now recommending that, as best practice, employers should develop policies that set out their approach to #DomesticAbuse, which could include signposting, roles and responsibilities in their organisations, and training." @unisontheunion https://t.co/YqtefvwuSS