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Domestic violence or abuse can be:
- physical or sexual abuse
- psychological or emotional
- financial control or abuse
- harassment and stalking
- online abuse
Anyone can be a victim of domestic violence and abuse. It can happen between intimate partners, household members or carers.
In an emergency, always call the police on 999.
How to get support for domestic abuse if you live in a council property
If you’re an Islington council tenant or a member of their household, you can speak to your local area housing office for support.
- Holland Walk – phone 020 7527 7480
- Upper Street – phone 020 7527 5300
- St John Street – phone 020 7527 6250
You’ll speak to a trained professional who’ll listen and help you to understand your options.
All conversations are confidential, and you can speak to someone of your own gender.
Support for other residents
If you’re not an Islington council tenant, you can still get support to consider your housing options if you’re affected by domestic abuse.
Simply speak to the housing options team for advice and support.
Phone 020 7527 4140
Violence against women and girls
Where to find help if you are experiencing domestic abuse.
National Domestic Violence Helpline
A 24 hour service for women experiencing domestic violence, their family, friends, colleagues and others calling on their behalf.
Solace Women's Aid
Free advice and support to women and children in London to build safe and strong lives.
Support for abusive behaviour
The Domestic Violence Intervention Project works with men who want to change their abusive behaviour
Local domestic abuse support agencies
Find local domestic abuse support agencies on the Islington council directory