advice is in place to limit the spread of the virus and keep as many people as
safe and well as possible.
know that there are vulnerable people in our communities who will be more
concerned than others about the prospect of staying at home for a number of
reasons, including those who have been the victims of domestic abuse such as
violence or coercive and controlling behaviour.
all public services are adapting to new ways of working during this pandemic,
our message to anyone who is experiencing domestic abuse is clear: You are not alone and you don’t have to
suffer in silence – we will still be here for you,
no matter what.
Liverpool City Council, Merseyside Police, Local Authorities and providers of domestic abuse support across Merseyside will continue working together to maintain essential services and contacts for anyone affected by domestic abuse during the weeks and months to come.
Support will still be available by telephone, text message or online services.
Who to contact
If you, your child or anyone in the family are at immediate risk of harm, you should contact the police urgently, CALL 999
If you are a Liverpool resident and are experiencing domestic abuse or believe someone you know is please contact : www.victimcaremerseyside.org (directory of services)