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You can work on tackling your concerns about relationships on your own and here are some resources that you may find helpful.
However, it can be easier to tackle your concerns with the help of a health coach to find out what works best for you and support you to deal with things at your own pace and develop your confidence to manage any set-backs.
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It doesn't matter if you don't know what you want or what could help you; a health coach will discuss your situation with you and help you decide what's important for you.
Whether you decide to be supported by a health coach at this stage or not, you will find plenty of suggestions in the links below to help you.
We help victims find out what their options are, including housing, safety and legal issues, and guidance through the court process. We also put them in touch with other organisations that may be able to address their concerns, including refuge accommodation and sanctuary schemes.
Exposure to domestic abuse can have a significant impact on a child’s physical, behavioural and emotional development. The impact of abuse can include disruption of attachment, being withdrawn, passive or compliant, temper tantrums, eating disorders, bullying or being bullied, poor self esteem, drug or alcohol use and difficultly establishing healthy relationships.
Many people, including those suffering from domestic abuse, believe that abuse is solely physical violence, but this is not true, domestic violence can take many forms. When someone finally seeks help they are often amazed to discover they are the victims of a variety of abuse. Recognising some of the signs of an abusive personality may encourage someone to act before the situation deteriorates further.
Counselling, support and information for all relationships; offering a range of services to help you with your couple and family relationships, whether you're young or old, straight or gay, single or in a relationship.
For Women and Children, against domestic violence. Refuge supports 3,700 women and children on any given day through a range of services, including refuges, independent advocacy, community outreach and culturally specific services.
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Losing your home because of domestic abuse can impact on all aspects of your life. We can help people who are suffering from domestic abuse by offering support and in some cases emergency housing.
Care for the Carers is an independent charity and we have been supporting unpaid carers in East Sussex since 1989.
Our team of staff and volunteers can provide free practical & emotional advice – face to face, by telephone, or online. We can put you in touch with other carers, and offer a range of groups, training and events across the county.
Domestic violence is any threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between adults who are or have been in a relationship, or between family members. The violence can be psychological, physical, sexual or emotional.
Lewes BN7 2RD
30 Anchor Field
Ringmer BN8 5QN
Telephone lines open at 8:30am
33 High Street
Lewes BN7 2LU
Lewes BN7 1US
Anchor Field, Ringmer,
Lewes BN8 5QN
Monday to Friday: 8:30am-6:30pm, Saturday: 9am-1pm, Sunday: Closed
14 Eastgate St
Lewes BN7 2LP
Monday to Friday: 8:30am-6:00pm, Saturday: 8:30am-5:30pm, Sunday: 10:00am-4:00pm
35 Lansdown Place
Lewes BN7 2JU
Monday to Friday: 9:00am-5:30pm, Saturday: 9am-1pm, Sunday: Closed
44 High St
Lewes BN7 2DD
Monday to Friday: 8:30am-5:30pm, Saturday: 8:30am-5:30pm, Sunday: Closed
50 Western Rd
Lewes BN7 1RP
Monday to Friday: 8:30am-6:00pm, Saturday: 9am-1pm, Sunday: Closed
Coombe Terrace, 6-7 Lewes Road,
Brighton BN2 4AD
Open 7 days a week: 9:00am-10:00pm
Accident and Emergency departments are for critical or life-saving situations. The NHS in Lewes have published a booklet that you can download here: Don’t just go to A&E and which contains all the information you need to know on when to go to A&E and when to use the other options available to you.