If you're pregnant and being abused, there is help available. You can speak in confidence to a:
- health visitor
- social worker
Information about you won't be shared with other services without your permission, unless there's a concern that your unborn child or other children in your family, or someone else, is at risk of serious harm.
You can also get support from:
- the 24-hour freephone National Domestic Abuse Helpline, run by Refuge – call 0808 2000 247 for free confidential advice
- Refuge – find out more about the services available for women and children
- Women's Aid – find your local service for help in your area
Find out more about getting help if you're experiencing domestic abuse.
You should call 999 if you're in immediate danger.