If you suspect a child is being abused it is important to raise concerns. You can do this by contacting Sheffield Social Services on 0114 2734855.
Please see the link below for more details and a leaflet about the next steps you should take.
Sheffield Safeguarding Children Website
The Government are launching their ‘codeword’ scheme to make it easier for people to ask for help at the pharmacy or supermarket. ‘Ask for Ani’ encourages people to say the codeword so that they can be taken to a private consultation room or safe place so that they then have the option to call the Police, the National Domestic Abuse Helpline, or a local domestic abuse service. For more information, please click here.
If you are a victim of domestic violence it can be difficult to come forward. You can speak to a GP at the practice or we have provided some links below with further support and information.
If you are worried that a friend, neighbour or loved one is a victim of domestic abuse then you can call the freephone, 24-hour National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247. Click here to view the National Domestic Abuse Helpline's website for more further information.
NHS Website: Getting help for Domestic Violence
Sheffield Domestic Abuse Coordination Team
Domestic Abuse: A Self Help Guide
Ashiana - aims to help prevent murder and serious harm as a result of domestic abuse and forced marriage and honour based violence to black, Asian, minority ethnic and refugee women (BAMER). It also supports children and young people.
If you suspect a vulnerable adult is being abused please contact the Council on 0114 2734567 Monday-Friday 8am -6 pm. Abuse can be Physical, Sexual, Neglect and Financial and Discriminatory.