Sources of Help and Support

By SPP Reporter

Women’s Aid Tel: 0808 2000 247 (female victims)

Male Advice Line Tel: 0808 801 0327 (male victims)

Mankind Initiative Tel: 01823 334244 (male victims)

Broken Rainbow Tel: 0300 999 5428 (LGBT relationships)

Victim Support Tel: 0808 1689 111(victims of crime)

National Stalking Helpline Tel: 0808 8020 300 (stalking concerns)

Respect Phoneline Tel: 0808 802 4040 (abusive behaviour concerns)

ADAPT Tel: 02380 009898 (programmes)

Army Welfare Service Tel: 01252 349900 (support for army families)

Police Hampshire Constabulary Non-Emergency Number Tel: 101

Royal Military Police Tel: 01252 787480

MoD Police Tel: 01371 854500

Garrison Watch Tel: 01252 33 88 88


The Army has a policy of zero tolerance of Domestic Violence (DV) and has procedures in place to provide confidential advice and support to those subjected to it. The Army Welfare Service (AWS) or SSAFA can be approached in the first instance, they will provide a caseworker who will listen and provide information.

This is a confidential service; they will not speak to your partner’s unit unless you ask them to or unless there are child protection issues. They will need to make sure that you and any children you have are safe, and will work with other agencies to protect you and your family. You can also access all civilian support services.

SSAFA can be contacted on 0800 731 4880.

Rushmoor Voluntary Services (RVS)

The Community Centre, Meudon Avenue Farnborough GU14 7LE, Tel: 01252 540162,

The RVS provides support, advice and information to voluntary and community groups in Rushmoor. The Volunteer Centre will help you to get involved in local volunteering. The Community Transport Scheme makes accessible minibuses available to members.

They also operate Rushmoor Dial a Ride, Fleet Link and Hart Shopper – these services provide a door-todoor transport solution to people unable to use public transport or who have poor access to public transport. The Home Help service provides light housework and shopping for the frail and elderly. They also facilitate training for volunteers.

Hart Voluntary Action (HVA)

Civic Offices, Harlington Way, Fleet GU51 4AE Tel: 01252 815652

The voluntary services organisation covering the Fleet and Yateley areas.

Other Useful Contacts

Children’s Services in Hampshire

Extended Services (out of hours and school holiday activities)

Or to find out what local schools are offering

Rushmoor Schools Plus

Hampshire Family Information Directory

Other Sources of Help and Support

Drug Awareness

FRANK Tel: 0800 77 66 00

NHS Live Well


Tel: 0800 9177 650

Tel: 020 7403 0888


Tel: 0808 8020 133

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