If you are being hurt by someone in your family, are afraid of someone at home or are in a violent relationship you can talk to doctors, nurses and other staff  at the practice.

IRIS Service (Identification and Referral to Improve Safety)

What is domestic abuse?

  • Physical -  including being hit, kicked or attacked
  • Sexual - having to be sexual when you don’t want to
  • Emotional - being called names, put down, made to feel bad or threatened
  • Financial - when someone takes or controls your money
  • Isolation -  when someone controls who you see and when you go out

 

We know that domestic violence does damage to health. If you choose to talk to us, we can:

  • Support you
  • Put you in touch with an advocate who can help you

You can also self-refer and book an appointment directly with our Domestic Abuse advocates, Naomi and Ramisha, by contacting them on 078 8130 2745 / 079 5056 9406.

You can also contact Camden Safety Net - 020 7974 2526 or call the 24 hour National Domestic Violence Helpline on 0808 2000 247

 

If you are a man who is a victim of domestic abuse contact the Men’s Advice Line on: 0808 801 0327

 

If you have been violent or are worried about your own behaviour, call Respect on: 0808 802 4040

Always call 999 in an emergency.