It's important to know that you are not alone, you can access support through one of the helplines.
Surviving Economic Abuse have produced some guidance that looks at keeping yourself safe while self-isolating, as well as practical issues including benefits and sick pay.
Support is available from Women's Aid's online chat service, open from 10am-12pm Monday-Friday
Chayn provides online tools, information, courses and support for people experiencing abuse, all free to access. Their Soul Medicine courses provide bitesized support, delivered in disguised emails at a time that you choose.
They are also launching a secure Telegram channel to provide particular support during this time.
If you need to secure your devices or clear your browsing history after accessing support, take a look at Chayn's DIY online safety guide.
Making your voice heard
We want to ensure that your voice is being heard by us, policymakers and the wider world during this time. If you can spare a couple of minutes, please fill in this very short survey to help us tell the Government what people experiencing abuse need right now. Your response will be completely anonymous.
Feeling connected and looking after your wellbeing
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Call 999 if it’s an emergency or you’re in immediate danger.