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Free from Violence & Abuse

At Freeva, we are working towards reducing domestic abuse, rape and sexual violence in Leicester, Leicestershire & Rutland.

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Looking for support? Call our helpline today.

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We offer a wide range of support services to suit different unique circumstances and situations. Whether you’re in an abusive relationship and need support, wondering how to support a loved one experiencing abuse, or hoping to change your behaviour and build healthier relationships with someone close to you, you’re in the right place.

Services for

those affected

If you are currently experiencing, or have previously experienced, domestic violence, rape or sexual assault, we are here to support you. We understand how you may be feeling and we can help.

Services for

Those seeking change

Are you hurting the one you love? Find out more about our specialist programmes available for those wanting to change their behaviour, and looking to develop safer, loving and respectful relationships.

Self Help Tools

If you have encountered domestic violence, rape, or sexual assault, our self-help resources are designed to offer you support.

Make a Referral

If you need to refer anyone who is or has been a victim of domestic abuse and/or sexual violence, please complete our online referral form.

Get Informed

If you’re not yet ready to speak to someone, we have a range of information and resources available for you to read and use in the meantime.

What is Sexual Abuse

What is Sexual Abuse?

Below, we provide insights into what constitutes sexual abuse, offering a guide to recognising key signs and addressing common concerns.

What is domestic abuse

What is Domestic Abuse?

Not sure what domestic abuse is? We answer the frequently asked questions and give you signs you can look out for below.

Supporting Others

How to Support Others

We know it can be difficult to know what to say when you suspect someone you know may be a victim of domestic abuse, sexual abuse or rape. Here’s some steps that you can take to support a loved one.

Get Involved

We are always on the lookout for caring and supportive people to join us. Please consider using your skills to assist us in our mission for a safer, more supportive world.

As we help others, we need help too. As a registered charity, we are reliant on funding and support in order to be able to continue providing the vital services we do.

Whether you’re an individual, or part of a business or community, there are loads of ways that you can get involved and help to raise funds that support our vital work at Freeva.

Donations help us to continue offering our life-changing services. No contribution is too small to help those in need.

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