CARDIFF's ONE STOP SPECIALIST SERVICE FOR WOMEN EXPERIENCING VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN PARTICULARLY DOMESTIC ABUSE AND SEXUAL VIOLENCE

MALE VICTIMS

RISE provides a limited service to male victims of domestic violence as we take referrals from the Police and offer initial advice and support.

We will list more specialist help below and you can always phone the WELSH LIVE FEAR FREE HELPLINE

Locally you can contact the http://www.dynwales.org/

 

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Heterosexual Male Victims of Domestic Violence

Help and support

Talk it over – call the Men’s Advice Line

Talk to our trained advisors on our confidential helpline. We will listen to you, give you practical advice and information about accessing specialist help. Call us on freephone 0808 801 0327 (free from landlines and most mobiles) Monday – Friday 9am-5pm or email info@mensadviceline.org.uk

Gay and Bi Male Victims of Domestic Violence

Help and support

Domestic violence happens in same-sex relationships too. Approximately 8-10% of men who call the Men’s Advice Line identify as gay or bisexual.

Male Victims of Forced Marriage

Men can also be victims of Forced Marriage. This includes heterosexual men, as well as gay, bi and trans men. Some 15% of victims that are identified by the Forced Marriage Unit of the Foreign Office are men.

The Forced Marriage Unit exists to assist and advise UK citizens who are victims of Forced Marriage. Information on the work they do can be found on their website here.

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