In an emergency, when you or someone you know is at risk of immediate harm, call 999.
Rotherham Rise will be working in partnership with the council to offer outreach support to survivors of Domestic Abuse
A New Pathway for accessing support for domestic abuse from 1st October. Following a successful tender process, Rotherham Rise will be working in partnership with the council to offer outreach support to survivors of Domestic Abuse.
Rotherham Rise will operate a helpline, for individuals and professionals in Rotherham, that can be accessed by calling 0330 2020 571, offering information, safety advice and signposting for support.
There is a wealth of information and advice accessible through Rotherham Rise’s website, found at www.rotherhamrise.org.uk and navigation to the right advice is assisted by a web bot, which has been developed with people who use the service.
From 1st October All new referrals for Domestic Abuse Support should be sent to Rotherham Rise at email@example.com who will carry out an assessment and support people along the pathway to the right service, including the Council’s Domestic Abuse Assertive Outreach Team
Domestic abuse and Coronavirus
The effects of being in lockdown at home has put increased pressure on some families, making worry, isolation and stress a lot worse. If you are living with someone who you are scared of, we are here to support you. Find out more.
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What is domestic abuse?
Domestic abuse, or domestic violence, is abusive behaviour (either physical, sexual, financial, psychological or emotional) between people who are intimate partners or family members. Domestic abuse can be Emotional and psychological, physical, financial or sexual.
Domestic abuse can happen to anyone. It is not your fault. Don’t suffer in silence. You have the right to live your life free from fear, abuse and violence.
Domestic Abuse Support in Rotherham
Rotherham has a range of domestic abuse services that offer support for women, children, young people, and men who are experiencing domestic abuse. We offer:
- One to one support
- Support groups
- Advice on staying safe at home
- Access to safe places and refuges
- Financial advice
- Legal advice
- Housing advice
- Advice about supporting children
If you are worried about a child
If there is no immediate risk of significant harm, please complete a worried about a child form with details of your concerns online:
- Rotherham Safeguarding Children Partnership: http://www.rscp.org.uk/ The Rotherham Safeguarding Children Partnership and its Safeguarding Partners are continuing to ensure that children and young people are safeguarded and protected across Rotherham during this unprecedented time. The Partnership will be seeking assurances that agencies are working together effectively to protect frontline services, keep their staff safe and key services running.
- Rotherham Council: https://www.rotherham.gov.uk/child-protection
You can also telephone the Multi Agency Safeguarding Hub (Mash) to discuss your concerns. We can help you decide if you need to make a referral Telephone: 01709 336080
If you are worried about an adult
If it is an emergency call 999 or you have reason to believe a crime has been committed in a non-emergency situation contact the police on 101.
In other cases, you can contact us anonymously and in confidence to report suspected abuse or neglect in the following ways:
Report domestic abuse by calling Rotherham Rise: 0330 2020 571
Your concerns will be taken seriously, and we will act promptly and appropriately.
To find out more about safeguarding adults visit Rotherham Safeguarding Adults Board
Remember, always dial 999 in an emergency.