Domestic abuse support and advice

Domestic abuse takes many forms and can affect women and men of all ages and backgrounds. The abuse can be from a spouse, partner, boy/girlfriend, ex-partner or another family member.

We will not allow domestic abuse by or against any of our tenants. We will work with the police and other agencies using legal processes to deal with this. We will take the matter to County Court and seek a possession order if a tenant’s violence causes other members of their family to move out and be rehoused.

We offer confidential, impartial support through the provision of a wide range of services to address your needs. We will support you if you are a victim of domestic abuse. We will give you information about the options that are available to you and the details of specialist local and national support agencies.


In an emergency always call 999


If you want to speak to one of our specialist workers face-to -face, you can come to one of our regular domestic abuse drop-in surgeries. These are held at: 


Every Friday: 1.00pm – 3.00pm

Skegness Children's Centre,  Brunswick Drive, Skegness,

 PE25 2QT



Every Tuesday: 1.00pm – 3.00pm

St Swithins Community Centre, Croft Street

Lincoln, LN2 5AZ



Every Monday:9.30am -11.30am

Ringrose Law , Endeavour House, 3 Gilbert Dr, Boston

 PE21 7TR



Every 2nd and 4th Monday of the month, 9.30am- 12pm

Louth Children’s Centre

Lacey Gardens

Louth LN11 8DQ



Last Wednesday of every month, 10.00am – 12.00pm

Sleaford Foyer

91 Eastgate, Sleaford

NG34 7EA



Every Friday: 10am-12pm

Citizens Advice Bureau

Council Offices, Priory Rd, Spalding

 PE11 2XE



Every Thursday:

10.00am - 12.00pm

Eden House Hotel

130 North Parade, Grantham NG31 8AU


Every 1st Tuesday of the month, 9.30am – 11.30am

Stamford Children’s centre

Green Lane, Stamford


Market Rasen

Every 1st Monday of the month,

10.00 am – 12.00pm

Market Rasen Community Hub

20 Union St, Market Rasen



  • SARC [Sexual Assault Referral Centre]

Provides a safe environment where victims of Rape, Sexual Assault or Sexual Abuse can get support and advice. They also provide the possibility of making a report to the police and undertaking a forensic examination (if this is what the victim chooses). They are open to all victims, regardless of whether they want to report a crime to the police or not. There are often other options available to the victim that you may not have been considered and pathways to the right kind of help for you.
Email -
Website -
01522 524402 - Mon to Fri 9am till 5pm
01371 812686 - at any other time

  • Lincolnshire Rape Crisis

Open in Lincoln on Melville Street, to support women and girls who have suffered any form of sexual violence at any point in their lives.
Telephone: 0800 334550

North East Lincolnshire 

  • Women’s Aid North East Lincolnshire

Telephone : 01472 575757


  • Victim Support

Telephone: 01472 250251

Visit: 10 Town Hall St, Grimsby


  • Humberside Police – Have a dedicated team of experts who deal with domestic abuse. These officers know how difficult reporting it can be and they will ensure that you are safe when you report it and throughout any police or court action that may follow:

Telephone: 0800 197 47 87


National Helpline Numbers:

  • 24-hour national Domestic Abuse Helpline (run in partnership by Women’s Aid and Refuge)

Telephone: 0808 2000 247

  • Forced Marriage Unit

Telephone : 020 7008 0151 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday

  • National Stalking Helpline

Telephone : 0808 802 0300


  • Network for Surviving Stalking


  • Paladin - National Stalking Advocacy Service

Telephone: 0207 840 8960


  • Protection Against Stalking

Telephone : 0808 802 0300


  • Mens Advice Line
Telephone: 0808 801 03274


  • Galop – The leading organisation dedicated to dealing with domestic abuse within the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans communities.

Telephone: 0800 999 5428


  • Refuge - Supported Accommodation for Male Victims

Telephone: 01823 334 244

  • Support helpline for LGBT victims of domestic abuse

Telephone: 08452 60 44 60


  • Information for children and Young People

Telephone: 0808 800 5000


  • Childline
Telephone: 0800 1111


  • Samaritans
Telephone: 116 123


  • Shelter
Telephone: 0808 800 4444


  • National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC)


  • Victim Support
Telephone number: 0808 16 8911


  • Legal advice and representation for women   


  • Elder Abuse Response Line

Telephone: 0808 808 8141


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