Freeva Helpline: 0808 802 0028 | 24-Hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0808 2000 247


Services for those Affected

We are here to support you. We understand what you may be experiencing and we can help.

Are you currently or have you previously experienced domestic violence, rape or sexual assault?

If you answered yes to the above or aren’t sure, and you live in Leicestershire or Rutland, we have an abudance of resources to support you.

If you live outside of the Leicestershire or Rutland area, please contact the National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247.

Call our Helpline

0808 802 0028
Calls are free from all mobiles, landlines and payphones and calls will be hidden on telephone bills.
Specialist Male Support


Our services are available if you want to talk to someone about what is or has happened to you.

Information and Resources


Discover your options depending on your situtation; from legal advice to finding accomodation.

Journey Planning

Decision Making

Empower you with knowledge to enable you to make decisions about the future.

Decision Making

Safety Planning

With our specialist services, we can discuss a safety plan to help you feel safe again.

Specialist Support

At Freeva, we can provide specialist one-to-one support relevant to your circumstances.


Discuss your reporting options if you are considering reporting any incident to the police.

Looking to make a referral on behalf of someone else?

Our specialist services

Partner Support Service

For anyone who has a partner, or ex-partner, attending our Jenkins Project programmes, we offer confidential support, and a safe space for you to talk about how you feel and your past experiences. Find out more about our Partner Support Service.

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Support for Parents and Carers

Our specialised service, The YP Project can work with you as a parent/carer to give you the tools and support you need to de-escalate situations in a healthy way, and repair and reconnect with your child again. Find out more about our Support for Parents & Carers.

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Children and Young People

Our Independent Sexual Violence Advisers are independent from the police and social services, and can listen to you, support you and answer any questions that you or your family might have. Find out more about our specialist Children & Young People service.

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Sexual Violence Support

Our Independent Sexual Violence Advisers offer practical and emotional support to anyone who has been raped, sexually assaulted or abused, including grooming, FGM and exploitation (CSE). Find out more about our Sexual Violence Support.

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Adult Therapeutic Support

Freeva’s counselling team provide an environment of trust and confidence to help you focus on any feelings you may be experiencing. Find out more about our Adult Therapeutic Support.

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Looking for support? Call our helpline today.

Information to Help You

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

If you are looking up information on behalf of someone else, read our article on how to support others.

Whether you are looking for information for yourself or others, browse our resource library for posters, booklets and information leaflets.

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Useful Tips and Tools...

Self-Care Tips

The trauma of experiencing domestic abuse can make self-care feel challenging. Self-care can come in many different forms, including physical and emotional. We’ve put together some practical tips for practicing self-care in your everyday life.

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