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Coronavirus Kent - Domestic Abuse Victims in Medway will still be Supported


Domestic abuse victims in Medway, both men and women, will still be supported despite centres closing.

Regional newscaster Kent Online recently reported that although the Medway Domestic Abuse Forum (MDAF) has had to close its One Stop Shop at the Sunlight Centre in Richmond Road, Gillingham, they want to reassure vulnerable people in Medway that charities are "working tirelessly behind the scenes" to ensure there is someone for them to speak to about their issues regardless of the UK's lockdown situation following the COVID-19 outbreak.

  • For more information about local domestic abuse support services, MDAS have a helpline and can be contacted on 0800 917 9948
  • Whilst the One Stop Shop is closed, you can call the dedicated phone line on 07392 741309 on Tuesday mornings from 9.30am to midday
  • Anyone who needs information about support for victims and survivors of domestic abuse, or needs advice about family courts is asked to call SATEDA on 01795 417760

The Kent and Medway Domestic Abuse Support Service is also available providing advice and information on services for victims, friends and family, and perpetrators of Domestic Abuse and domestic violence. Their website can also be used to search for services to help you in your local area. 

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