Ways we can help

 

We can help you in the following ways:

  • Support you to explore your options
  • Provide emotional support – short and long term
  • Secure your home through free of charge lock changes and installation of panic alarms
  • Assist with emergency rehousing in our refuge or dispersed accommodation 
  • Signpost counselling referrals 
  • Assist in civil and criminal law options 
  • Arrange and accompany you to solicitor appointments and to court 
  • Clarify bail conditions
  • Provide support to attend court for Child Residency, Prohibited Steps Orders and CAFCASS hearings 
  • Provide you with a ‘Self Rep’ pack for DIY injunctions 
  • Develop links with legal professionals 
  • Provide ongoing information regarding case progression with victim support, solicitors, court security, police, probation

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Support to live independently 

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0808 2800 999

Open Monday - Friday, 9.30am - 4:30pm (closed for half an hour lunch at 1pm)
Our One Front Door helpline is completely free and confidential, and the call will not show up on itemised bills.

Your donations will enable us to help many more survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence. 

Latest news and blogs

A fundraising event inside a Pineapple…

A fundraising event inside a Pineapple…

Sometimes, a chance meeting can lead to wonderful things. That’s exactly what has happened to Staying Put. Thanks to one phone call to an energy company, and a bit of friendly customer service, Staying Put ended up with a team of supporters in Kentish Town, London -...

Penny Appeal donates £10,000 for home starter kits

Penny Appeal donates £10,000 for home starter kits

The international charity Penny Appeal has selected Staying Put for a donation of £10,000 from their Phoenix Fund, which was launched to help people escape abusive relationships. Staying Put will be spending the fund on ‘home starter kits’ i.e. essential appliances...

Staying Put receives £6000 grant to ensure safety of survivors

Staying Put receives £6000 grant to ensure safety of survivors

We have received a £6000 grant, to ensure the safety of those who have been affected by domestic abuse. The money will go to our Sanctuary Scheme which provides home security measures to domestic abuse victims, such as lock changes, panic alarms and temporary mobile...