If you want to move away from this page quickly, use the Go to other page links on this page. These take you to our council tax page.Domestic violence directory (pdf) - a practical guide for anyone experiencing domestic violence
In an emergency, dial 999.
Ealing Police Community Safety Unit
Ensures the safety and support of domestic violence victims, arrests and prosecutes perpetrators. Hanwell Police Station, 169 Uxbridge Road, Hanwell, W7 3TH. Tel: (020) 8246 9607 or (020) 8246 9609
The general police switchboard. Tel: (020) 8810 1212
Ealing Women's Aid
Services for women and children fleeing domestic violence. Drop-in service for women in the community needing advice, support, information and advocacy due to domestic violence. Also offers emergency temporary housing.
Tel: 0845 702 3468.
Emergency out of hours, tel: 0808 2000 247
National Women's Aid website: Women's Aid
Twentyfour hour national domestic violence helpline, tel: 0808 2000 247
Ealing Borough Victim Support
Community Safety Unit, 169 Uxbridge Road, Hanwell, W7 3TH
General numbers, tel: (020) 8101 8974 and (020) 8566 8298
Adult Advocacy Unit, tel: (020) 8579 1811
Children's Domestic Violence Advocacy Unit, tel: (020) 8840 4845
National Victim Support, tel: 0845 3030 900
Ealing Council Housing Resource Centre
Perceval House, 14-16 Uxbridge Road, Ealing, W5 5AA.
Monday-Friday, 9am-4pm, tel: (020) 8825 8888
Out of hours emergency housing, tel: (020) 8825 9498
Ealing Council social services
Tel: (020) 8825 8000
Resources for anyone affected by domestic violence.
Call anonymously to report crime. Tel: 0800 555 111
Department for Communities and Local Government
Government strategies to combat homelessness.
West area office, tel: (020) 8825 8997 or East area office, tel: (020) 8825 8567
Mind in Ealing and Hounslow
Provides help with social activities and preparation for work. They also have a centre, hospital advocates, a befriending scheme and a supported housing and young peoples peer support helpline. Tel: (020) 8992 0303 or (020) 8993 8151
Information about services for survivors of sexual violence, and their friends and family.
Provide relationship counselling for individuals and couples and family mediation for those separated and divorced to help sort out issues on children and finances. Also provides education and training for young people. Tel: (020) 8427 8694
Provides information and advice to help you stop your abusive or violent behaviour towards your partner. Tel: 0845 122 8609
Ealing branch, tel: (020) 8560 2345 National 24 hour helpline, tel: 08457 909 090
Advice and resources about housing.
Southall Monitoring Group
Provides legal advice, support and assistance to women suffering any form of racial harassment, immigration problems or general harassment. Tel: (020) 8843 2333 or (020) 8813 9734
Provides confidential information, support, counselling and holistic health care services to individuals, affected by mental health difficulties and poly drug use or problematic tranquiliser usage. Tel: (020) 8571 9981 or (020) 8571 9983
Women and Equality Unit
Government strategies for preventing domestic violence.
Black and ethnic minority services
African Caribbean Initiative and African Women's Forum
Offers advice on a range of issues including domestic violence and health. Tel: (020) 8992 5768
Ealing Somali Welfare and Cultural Association
Advice on housing, immigration, health, benefits and education. Tel: (020) 8840 7413
Asian Child Protection Helpline
A multilingual service for the Asian communities. Tel: 0800 096 7719
Kurdish Women's Association
Provides a variety of services for Kurdish women and their families running advice sessions, workshops and mother and toddlers groups. Tel: (020) 8993 7572 (Friday afternoon only)
Middle Eastern Christian Minorities Advice Centre
Advice and information on immigration, and asylum applications, housing, welfare benefits, domestic violence, family problems and marital disputes. 173 South Ealing Road, Ealing W5 4QP. Tel: (020) 8569 7328
A counselling service for young Asian women. Tel: (020) 8577 6059
Southall Black Sisters
An advice, resource and campaign centre providing emergency work for example, accessing refuge space, casework around domestic violence, housing, matrimonial, immigration, children, forced marriages and support group activities. Tel: (020) 8571 9595 or (020) 8574 6781
Children's and young people's services
A charity dedicated to children. It offers supports services to children and their families.
Ealing Youth and Counselling and Information Services (EYCIS)
EYCIS offers a free and confidential counselling service to young people aged 12-18 years.
Tel: (020) 8992 8182 or email: email@example.com
Please note: If your query is urgent please contact the SAFE Service on (020) 8825 5080 outside of the above opening times.Child Line
A free helpline for children and young people in the UK. Tel: 0800 1111
For children aged 13-19 and children with disabilities aged to 25. Offers one-to-one support and advice on education, training, employment and personal issues for children. Tel: (020) 8579 1633 or (020) 8566 1781
An organisation for lone parent families.
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC)
Provides services for children and campaigns to stop child abuse. Tel: 0808 800 5000
Gay and lesbian
London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard
Support and social services for lesbians and gay people. Tel: (020) 7837 7324
Counselling and support services for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community. Tel: (020) 7837 3337
Community directory of services and resources for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people.
Terrence Higgins Trust
HIV and Aids charity offering support to gay men experiencing domestic violence. Tel: 0845 122 1200
Department of Health
Guides policy and strategy about health issues generally, and produces a handbook for health professionals about domestic abuse and its effects.
A national charity assisting refugees in the UK. Tel: (020) 7247 8741
Tel: 0807 606 7766
National Asylum Support Service (NASS)
The government department responsible for support arrangements for destitute asylum seekers. Tel: 0845 602 1739
Refugee and Asylum Advice Group
Provides refugees and asylum seekers in the borough of Ealing with information and advice and translation services. Tel: (020) 8993 1237, extension 23; or (020) 8993 6733 (Mondays only)
The representative body for refugees and asylum seekers. It runs an advice line, tel: (020) 7346 6777
Community Legal Advice
A free and confidential service paid for by legal aid.
Legal Services Commission
The body which looks after legal aid in England and Wales.
Provides legal advice and assistance. Tel: (020) 8571 4920 or (020) 8571 958
Sweetman Burke and Sinker Solicitors
Provides victims of domestic violence specialist advice in family disputes. Tel: (020) 8840 2572 or (020) 8567 8379
The Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority
The body which administers compensation for victims of violent crime. Tel: 0800 358 3601
Domestic violence intervention project
Programmes for perpetrators of domestic violence.
Ealing Drugs and Alcohol Services
A free and confidential drug and alcohol information service for the Ealing area.
Tel: 0800 195 8100
Information and advice about drugs. Tel: 0800 776 600
Advice and support for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people who experience domestic violence. Tel: 0845 604 460
Pages in Advice agencies
- You are here: Domestic violence
- Marriage guidance
- Mental health
- Racial discrimination
- Racial harassment
- Sexual abuse