Stockport Homes is committed to helping you live a life without fear. We can give advice and support options on staying safe, housing options, money matters, mental health and recovery. We can advise and refer you onto specialist services. 

If you need to cover your tracks online, please visit Hide Your Tracks. 

Who can I speak to at Stockport Homes?

At Stockport Homes you can speak to any customer facing member of staff. We will arrange to sit down with you as soon as it is convenient. We will listen to you. We can talk you through options for support and safety. 

Safety advice 

  • We can help you whether you want to stay in your own home or move 
  • We can provide a range of safety measures, secure injunctions against perpetrators and access the Sanctuary scheme 

Support advice 

Homelessness advice 

If you believe that you may be homeless as a result of domestic violence, please see the homeless advice page.

Who else can I speak to?

If you are immediately worried about your safety, it is advised that you call the Police on 999. 

For non-emergency help you can use the following helplines. The helplines are open to people experiencing domestic abuse, their friends and family or professionals. 

Domestic abuse Stockport

The Stockport domestic abuse partnership website provides help and advice regarding domestic abuse in Stockport. There is information on types of domestic abuse and how to know if you are experiencing domestic abuse as well as useful links to other services. 

Greater Manchester Domestic Abuse Helpline 

0161 636 7525 (open Monday to Friday, 10am – 4pm excluding bank holidays)  

We can provide you with emotional support, practical information, and discuss any options that are available based on your specific circumstances. Additionally, we can put you in touch with other agencies or organisations who can specifically help you with the issues that you are facing. We can also help in finding somewhere to stay in an emergency, such as refuge. 

National Domestic Violence Helpline (women only) 

0808 200 0247 (24-hour)  

We provide over the phone and immediate online support and information. We provide a wide range of resources and information and can support people into emergency accommodation such as a refuge. 

National Centre for Domestic Violence 

0800 970 2070 

We provide a fast, free emergency injunction service regardless of financial circumstances, race, gender, or sexual orientation. This can be issues within 24 hours of making contact with us. We work in close partnership with the police, solicitors and other support agencies (Refuge, Women’s Aid etc) to help obtain speedy protection. 

GALOP National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse 

0800 999 5428  

Galop provides confidential and independent advice and support for LGBT+ people who have experienced sexual assault, abuse or violence. We provide a welcoming, inclusive and safe space to talk, whatever your sexual orientation or gender identity. 

Stockport Homes offers a confidential service and information will only be shared without consent if a child or adult is believed to be at risk in line with our Safeguarding Policy and Procedure or for the detection of crime.