ARCH provides outreach support in North Staffordshire to both male and female victims of domestic violence. ARCH also provides a perpetrator programme.
Staffordshire Women’s Aid
Staffordshire Women’s Aid provides refuge accommodation and community outreach support in the Stafford borough, South Staffordshire and Cannock Chase for women, children and men living with, escaping or recovering from the impact of domestic and sexual violence. Staffordshire Women’s Aid helpline is the central referral line for sexual violence victims throughout the whole county.
0300 330 5959 (24 hours)
Pathway provides refuge accommodation and community outreach support in Burtnwood, Tamworth and Lichfield for women, children & men living with, escaping or recovering from the impact of domestic and sexual violence.
01543 676800 (24 hours)
Men’s Advice Line
The Men’s Advice Line is a confidential helpline for male victims of domestic violence and abuse.
0808 801 0327
Emotional and practical support for LGBT and people experiencing domestic abuse.
0800 999 5428
HIV and Sexual Health Charity for Stoke and Staffordshire. Provides support, information, advocacy and advice to those living with, or affected by, the virus, and by undertaking health promotion support to communities at risk.
Domestic violence service for women and children; run in partnership between Women’s Aid and Refuge.
0808 2000 247 (24-hour)
Forced Marriage Unit
Sexual Abuse Rape Advice Centre (SARAC)
SARAC delivers a specialised service to people aged 13 and over in Burton-upon-Trent who are affected by rape, sexual and/or domestic abuse.
Savana (Sexual Abuse)
Service in Stoke-on-Trent for victims of sexual abuse and rape.
The Respect phoneline is an information and advice line for anyone who is violent and/or abusive towards their partner. It also provides information and contact details of perpetrator programmes available in the UK.
0845 122 8609
Non emergency – 101
Staffordshire Children’s Services
First Response -0800 13 13 126
EDT – 0845 604 2886
Provides full practioner resources, including downloadable caada dash forms.
Information and Training on Domestic Homicide Reviews (DHRs)
Rights of Women
Rights of Women has produced a number of information sheets on legal issues affecting women; these can be downloaded free of charge on its website.