Domestic Violence

We believe that abuse should never be gendered and all genders are equally at risk of being abused and all genders can equally be abusers. As part of our mission, it is important we end the stigma males face when coming forward. The Johnny Depp case against Amber Heard has seen an increase in men recognising they might be being abused and due to the stigmatisation and only focusing on violence against women, this has had a negative affect and a hole in vital services to survivor's of Domestic Abuse or Violence.


Oasis provide support to those in Medway struggling or ready to come out of any kind of abusive relationship.

08009179948 (9am - 4.30pm, Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri)

National Domestic Abuse Helpline (Females Only)

The National Domestic Abuse Helpline is females only, this is a 24 hour line: 08082000247

Respect - Men's Advice Line

This is for males struggling however the support cannot be there 24/7 as there is no funding for that support. You can contact them between the hours of 10am - 8pm Monday to Friday on 08088010327


From Galop Website:

National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline

Our helpline is for LGBT+ people who have or are experiencing domestic abuse. We are also here for people supporting a survivor of domestic abuse; friends, families and those working with a survivor.

There are different ways to contact us. All of them are free:

Phone 0800 9995428


The helpline is open: Monday to Friday 10am – 5pm