Home Office's Domestic Abuse Covid-19 Campaign
Fri 15 May 2020
The Home Office has worked with a number of key partners and charities to launch a campaign to raise awareness that the coronavirus (COVID-19) household isolation instructions do not apply to those escaping domestic abuse. The campaign aims to inform the public that police response and support services remain available too.
The attached partner and employer packs aim to enable stakeholders and employers to reassure members of the public of this message. The packs include a link to download the campaign assets which you can use to disseminate the campaign message. This includes posters, leaflets, social media assets and animations.
We would really appreciate your support in sharing this information with relevant stakeholders and employers in your network. As you know, people who are affected by domestic abuse may be harder to reach at this time and we really appreciate your support in raising awareness of this important message.
Suggested tweets: more can be found in the toolkit page 4.
- #YouAreNotAlone. If you are at risk or experiencing #DomesticAbuse you can still seek refuge and support is still available to you. The National Domestic Abuse Helpline is free to call 24/7 on 0808 2000 247.
- Nobody should suffer from #DomesticAbuse. If you’re worried or suspect that someone you know may be a victim of domestic abuse, you can get more information on the web link below. #YouAreNotAlone @HMGMidlands
- At home shouldn’t mean at risk. If you or someone you know is suffering from #DomesticAbuse, isolation rules do not apply. Police response & support services are available.
- Visit the web link below or call 999 if you are in immediate danger. #YouAreNotAlone @HMGMidlands
Find out more: https://bit.ly/DomesticAbuseMids @HMGMidlands