Heartstones domestic violence
If you’re worried about violence or abuse from your partner, ex-partner or a member of your family, you can get help and advice. If you’re in immediate danger, you should always phone the police on 999.
What Hearthstone provides
Hearthstone provides emotional and practical support for anyone experiencing domestic abuse in Haringey. The support package we offer includes:
- Housing advice including access to refuge accommodation
- Free legal advice on a range of civil remedies such as injunctions
- Access to solicitors who provide free legal advice around family matters
- Sanctuary scheme to make your home more secure
- Working with you to plan ways to increase your safety
- Access to counselling
Contact: 020 8888 5362 (9am to 4pm, Monday to Friday)
Solace Women’s Aid
Solace run a range of services in Haringey, including a phone line for immediate advice for women affected by Domestic Violence and Abuse to access counselling and floating support.
Contact: 080 8802 5565 (Hours: Monday-Friday 10am-4pm and Tuesday Evenings 6pm-8pm)
Solace also run North London Rape Crisis Service, which is for women and girls over the age of 14 who have experienced any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives.
Contact: 0808 801 0305 (Mon 10am-2pm, Tues 10am-1pm and 6-8pm, Wed & Thur 1-5pm, Fri 10-2pm)
Website: Solace Women's Aid website
NIA ending violence
If you are worried about violence or abuse from your partner, ex-partner or a member of your family, you can get help and advice. If you are in immediate danger, you should always phone the police on 999. You can also contact Haringey Police on their non-emergency number: 101.
If you are not in immediate danger, call Nia (an independent domestic violence advocacy service). You'll be given a brief assessment and referred to the most appropriate services.
If you’d prefer to find an appropriate service yourself, visit our Organisations offering support page for a list of local and national support services, including specialist services for Black, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BMER) women, children and young people