Rotherham has a range of domestic abuse services that offer support for women, children, young people, and men who are experiencing domestic abuse. They 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
ROTHERHAM RISE WORK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE COUNCIL TO OFFER OUTREACH SUPPORT TO SURVIVORS OF DOMESTIC ABUSE
Rotherham Rise 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.
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.
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.
All referrals for Domestic Abuse Support should be sent to Rotherham Rise at [email protected] 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