Domestic Violence and Abuse

For the latest service information and referral pathways, see Islington Violence Against Women and Girls (PDF)


Covid-19 update

IRISi has produced guidance to help inform safe telephone and video consultations with patients known to be at risk of domestic violence and abuse.

The Metropolitan Police has published a list of its domestic abuse partner support organisations.

Women's Aid has published a Covid-19 resources page of joint-sector resources for survivors of domestic violence and the community, available in 15 different languages, and British Sign Language.


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Children and Young People's Advocate (CIDVA)

Advocacy and support for children and young people in abusive intimate relationships

Domestic Abuse Counselling Service

Short-term therapeutic counselling support for men and women

Domestic Abuse Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (DA MARAC)

Monthly risk management meeting to reduce future harm to high risk survivors of domestic violence

Identification and Referral to Improve Safety (IRIS)

General-practice based DVA training, support and referral programme

LGBT Domestic Abuse Partnership

Advice and support for LGBT men and women experiencing domestic violence

National Domestic Violence Helpline

For women experiencing domestic violence, their family, friends and others calling on their behalf

Respect Men's Advice Line: Male Victims of Domestic Violence

Advice and support for men experiencing domestic violence and abuse

Respect Phoneline: for Domestic Violence Perpetrators (Men and Women)

Confidential helpline and email service for male and female perpetrators of domestic violence

Solace Advocacy and Support Service (SASS)

Advocacy and support for Islington residents experiencing domestic abuse and/or sexual violence.

The Dahlia Project: Female Genital Mutilation

Therapeutic support for women who have survived FGM

The Samira Project: Ending Violence Against BAMER Women

Advice, information and support for women from BAMER backgrounds who are experiencing any form of violence

The Women's Safe Engagement and Recovery (WiSER) Project

Suopport for women affected by domestic violence and abuse who are facing severe and multiple disadvantage

YUVA: A Child to Parent Violence Service

Confidential support for young people wanting to change their behaviour, develop improved awareness of healthy communication/relationships