Where To Find Support

Find a local service, connect to services, and sign post your employees based on their individual circumstance here….

If you or anyone you know is in immediate danger, please contact 999



WEPROTECT is an instant victim referral app, developed by the Domestic Abuse Alliance. It allows anyone to refer a domestic abuse survivor to a team of trained legal advisors.

For more information

Bright Sky

Bright Sky is a safe, easy to use app and website that provides practical support and information on how to respond to domestic abuse. It is for anyone experiencing domestic abuse, or who is worried about someone else.

Bright Sky helps you to spot the signs of abuse, know how to respond, and help signpost people to relevant support.

We recommend that employers encourage or mandate all of their employees to download Bright Sky because nobody knows when they may need this app to save someone’s life.

For more information  or Download the Bright Sky poster 

Hollie Guard

Hollie Guard is the next-generation smart phone app that provides enhanced levels of protection. 

For more information. 

Advice Lines & Support

The National Domestic Abuse Helpline, is a freephone number, open 24 hours a day, run in partnership between Women’s Aid and Refuge.

Call: 0808 200 0247.

Welsh Women’s Aid run a confidential 24 Hour ‘Live Fear Free’ Helpline.

Call: 0808 801 0800.

Scotland’s Domestic Abuse and Forced Marriage Helpline is open 24 hours a day.

Call: 0800 027 1234.

Women’s Aid Federation Northern Ireland offer a Freephone 24-hour Domestic & Sexual Violence Helpline.

Call: 0808 802 1414.

Accessing Help

Online Safe Spaces

Online Safe Spaces is a discreet pop-up window with support, advice and helpful contacts for those at risk of domestic abuse.

It leaves no internet search history and offers quick options for people to exit the site when needed.

Online Safe Spaces can be used on intranets and can be added to a website.

For more information

EIDA works with employers helping them to demonstrate their awareness of domestic abuse via toolkits, offering direct help and signposting. EIDA is dedicated to supporting employers who are taking action and making their staff aware of the services available to them. These things combined will help to reduce the wall of silence around domestic abuse that prevents many from seeking help.

Your business can become an EIDA member today, free of charge! To sign up, please click here.

Sharon's Policy

‘Sharon’s Policy’ is a domestic abuse policy template, to help you implement your own domestic abuse policy, quickly and at no cost. ‘Sharon’s Policy’ was created by website founder & domestic abuse campaigner: Sharon Livermore.

Download the guidance notes & policy.

Policy Email Capture

This policy is annually reviewed and updated inline with government legislation changes and we would like to send you the latest version as and when an update is available