Domestic Abuse Support

DVA Strategy 2021 - 2024

Domestic violence affects people of every class, age, race, disability, gender and sexuality. The violence can begin at any stage of a relationship and may continue after the relationship has ended.

Domestic violence can happen in many different ways, for example:

  • Physical – hitting, punching, kicking, pushing, slapping
  • Emotional – threatening to hurt the other person, doing and sayings things to frighten the other person, swearing at them or saying things to make them feel bad
  • Sexual – doing or making someone do sexual things that they don’t want to
  • Financial – taking away the other person’s money, not giving the other person money when they need it or not letting them get a job

There are a number of services available in Bromley to support women. men and children facing domestic abuse. These are provided by BCWA.

These national organisations offer support and advice:

Women's Aid
Women & Girls Network Sexual Violence Helpline Flyer

National Domestic Violence Helpline


Mankind (specifically for male victims of domestic abuse)

Please see the Domestic Abuse page in our children's section for organisations who specifically help and support children and young people.