Exit site

  • The ‘exit site’ button will open the Google search page. You will still need to delete your viewing history. It may be safer to go online at work, in a library or at the home of a trusted friend or relative.
  • Call the police on 999 if you need immediate help. If you are not at risk of harm right now, you can call the police on 101 to discuss your situation.
  • If it is not safe for you to stay in Camden, you can approach any council to get support.

Camden Safety Net

What it does

Camden Safety Net is the domestic abuse service in Camden. We provide support to anyone that lives, works or studies in Camden.

We provide independent, confidential, and non-judgemental support to victims of abuse of all genders, aged 16 plus. This includes:

  • emotional and personal support
  • advocacy and support to access other services such as housing and children's services
  • risk assessment and safety planning  
  • advice on what benefits you might be entitled to
  • referral to mental health services
  • support to apply for non-molestation or occupation orders
  • support to access legal help and advice
  • support to access education, training, and employment

If Camden Safety Net is managing your case, you will be given a dedicated case worker who can advocate for you and help you understand what abuse is. 

How to contact us

Call the duty worker on 020 7974 2526, or email camdensafetynet@camden.gov.uk

Our working hours are Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Outside these hours you can contact the National DV Helpline 0808 2000 247.

Other domestic abuse services

Community organisations

National organisations