Domestic Abuse Services
Victims of domestic abuse can access the below services across the Cleveland area. Please click the name of the service to visit their website.
My Sister’s Place’ is a specialist domestic violence service based in central Middlesbrough. They provide support services to women over 16 years of age who are or have suffered domestic abuse.
They are an independent service working in partnership with a range of external agencies to ensure victims can access relevant support and protection. They make no judgments on a victim's situation; their purpose is to make women and children safe.
Address: My Sister's Place, 123 Borough Road, Middlesbrough, TS1 3AN
Telephone: 01642 241864
EVA supports women in Redcar and Cleveland who are, or have been, victims of domestic/sexual abuse and violence. They are able to offer a menu of services to victims – from accommodation and high intensity support, to programmes, professional advice and guidance, and lower-level support until a service user is ready to leave with an individually tailored exit plan in place.
Address: EVA Women’s Aid, 86 High Street, Redcar, TS10 3DL
Telephone: 01642 490677
Harbour Support Services
Harbour offer a range of different services to assist those affected by domestic abuse.
They work across the North East of England with services in County Durham, Hartlepool, Stockton, Middlesbrough, Darlington, Redcar & Cleveland and North Tyneside, and offer:
- Outreach support
- Support for children and young people
- Work with perpetrators
- Training to those who work with the public to equip them to assist those affected by domestic abuse.
HQ Address: 15 Whitburn Street, Hartlepool, TS24 7QR
Telephone: 03000 20 25 25 (24 hours)
The Halo Project
The Halo Project Charity is a national project based in Middlesbrough that will support victims of honour-based violence, forced marriages and FGM by providing appropriate advice and support to victims. We will also work with key partners to provide required interventions and advice necessary for the protection and safety of victims.
The Halo project will not only provide emotional and practical support to victims who have been through or may go through a forced marriage but will also look to educate the community regarding forced marriage issues, work closely with Cleveland Police and create and maintain links with relevant agencies and organisations which provide emergency and non-emergency services to victims.
Address: Vanguard Suite, 307a Broadcasting House, Middlesbrough, TS1 5JA
Telephone: 01642 683 045
Foundation is a social inclusion charity that believes in empowering people to make changes in their lives. Our services encompass a range of services across the north of England. We work throughout Redcar and Cleveland offering support and advice relating to domestic and sexual violence, which can be physical, emotional, sexual, financial or psychological.
We support women and children in a safe and secure refuge where women have self contained flats furnished to a high standard. We also have specialist workers to help and support men and women who have been victims of domestic violence.They give emotional and practical support to victims who are thinking of accessing the criminal justice system.
Telephone: 0113 3030150
24-hour National Domestic Violence Freephone Helpline
0808 2000 247