For help and support telephone
Hull Women's Aid on:
01482 446099

Talk to us everyday on our live chat line: 10am - 12noon, 2pm - 4pm and 6pm - 8pm

During Covid-19

Due to recent developments of the Covid-19 virus outbreak, Hull Women’s Aid (HWA) wants to share our response which is based on information and advice from the Government. HWA wants to reassure those experiencing domestic abuse that they are not alone at this difficult time. We are operational and are working hard to continue to assist women and children who need our help in these challenging times.Our services remain open and we have contingency plans in place. You can contact us for telephone support or any enquiries in the normal way.

Helpline

We are continuing to provide a 24 hour helpline so please do not hesitate to give us a call on:  

Our Freephone Number: 0800 048 9944

01482 446099 and press 1 or 01482 974570 especially if you are worried about self-isolating with a perpetrator.

Email:  [email protected]  

Website:  www.hullwomensaid.org. We have a contact us section and a live chat option where qualified staff can support you.

This is live every day: 10 am - 12 pm, 2 pm - 4 pm and 6 pm - 8 pm.

Refuge

Our refuge remains in operation and we are following Government guidelines and observing all recommended prevention measures. We are accepting referrals where we have vacancies and the referrals procedure remains the same.

Floating Support

Our community/outreach services are operating as normal via phone and excepting new referrals, please contact 01482 446099 and press 4

Children and Young People’s Service

Our services to children and young people are operating as normal via phone. We are also happy to provide parenting support and discuss any concerns you may have in regards to a child or young person.

Please contact 01482 446099 and press 3 or 01482 474133   

You can also call the National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247 (24-hour service) or contact them via their contact form at www.nationaldahelpline.org.uk

In an emergency, always call 999 if you are in danger and press 55 if you cannot speak.

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