'At home' shouldn't mean 'at risk'. The household isolation rule does not apply if you need to leave your home to escape domestic abuse. Please see the Government website for advice about COVID-19 and domestic abuse.
If you have concerns about an adult at risk you can email email@example.com and report issues anonymously. You can call 0300 500 8080 Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm and call 0300 456 4546 out of hours.
Nottinghamshire Women’s Aid Ltd
Support around domestic abuse for women, young people and children. Online chat now available through the website Monday - Friday 10am-12pm.
24 Hour Domestic abuse Helpline (Nottinghamshire)
Website: Juno Women's Aid website
The 24-hour freephone helpline is still operational, but with limited capacity.
If possible, people email firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise, please call 0808 800 0340, but wait times are expected.
24 Hour Domestic abuse Helpline (National)
Telephone: 0808 2000 247
Nottinghamshire based support for men.
To report an incident of domestic abuse at a safe time, call 101.
In an emergency or if you or your children are in danger, call 999, if it is not safe to speak, press 55 when connected to the operator and listen to further prompts.
All of the above services are continuing to provide telephone support and advice currently.