Emergency Services: 999 

Support at UEL:

Campus Security 
  • Docklands T: 0208 223 5599 
  • Stratford T: 0208 223 4073 
  • USS T: 0208 223 7888 
Independent Sexual Domestic Violence Advisor (ISDVA)
The ISDVA service is an independent and confidential support service available to UEL students who have experienced domestic abuse and/or sexual misconduct. The service is also available to members of the university community (including academic and support staff) who need advice whilst supporting a student.
E: isdva@uel.ac.uk 

Student Wellbeing Team (students)
The University‚Äôs Wellbeing Team provides further information on  mental health and wellbeing. 
T: 0208 223 4444 
Free 24-hour confidential helpline: 0800 028 3766
The health and wellbeing smartphone app from Health Assured also provides an enhanced set of wellbeing tools and engagement features. The My Healthy Advantage mobile app is available from the App Store and the Google Play Store.

External support:

24 hour telephone helpline and services for Asian women who have experienced domestic violence, emotional support, group work and counseling.

A unique charity based in the West Midlands that has over 40 years' experience supporting individuals, families, organisations and communities to overcome the physical, emotional and psychological harms caused by alcohol, drugs and gambling.

Bright Sky
Bright Sky is a safe, easy to use app and website that provides practical support and information on how to respond to domestic abuse. It is for anyone experiencing domestic abuse, or who is worried about someone else.

Hollie Guard
The Hollie Guard was developed by the Hollie Gazzard Trust which helps to reduce domestic abuse. The Hollie Guard turns your smartphone into a personal safety device. In danger? Status your phone or tap the screen to generate an alert. Your location and audio/video evidence will automatically be sent to your emergency contacts who can take action to help you quickly.

Live Fear Free
24hr support for victims of domestic violence and sexual violence.
National Domestic Abuse Helpline
Run in partnership between Women's Aid and Refuge, this is a national service for women experiencing domestic violence, their family, friends, colleagues and others calling on their behalf. The Helpline can give support, help and information over the telephone, wherever the caller might be in the country. Also visit www.womensaid.org.uk to access the Survivor's Handbook for further advice on housing, legal issues and making a safety plan.
T: 0808 2000 247
A pioneering domestic abuse organisation developing safe, effective work with perpetrators, male victims and young people who use violence. 

Rights of Women
Runs Advice lines on Criminal and Family Law.

The Freedom Programme
A 12 week rolling programme for women who wish to learn about the reality of domestic violence and abuse. Help women to gain self esteem and confidence to improve the quality of their lives. Programmes are fun at different locations throughout the country.

The Money Advice Service
Helps people manage their money by free, unbiased, independent advice. Independent service set up by government.

Victim Support Male Abuse Helpline
Helpline for male victims of domestic violence or sexual abuse  
T: 0800 328 3623
Women's Aid
Is the national domestic violence charity that helps up to 250,000 women and children every year.  We work to end violence against women and children, and support over 500 domestic and sexual violence services across the country.  

For staff:
You can find details for a range of specialist support services and resources in our Domestic Abuse Guidance.

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