Dyfed Powys Police - Domestic Abuse Officers can offer help and advice to victims who need help and assistance of a non-urgent nature.
Contact telephone - 101 (this is a free call)
West Wales Domestic Abuse Service - they have two refuges for those that need to leave their home for safety. They have a range of support services suitable for women, men and children.
Contact - 24 hour helpline: 01970 625585
Mid Wales Rape Support Centre - provides rape crisis and sexual assault support services.
Contact - 01970 610124
All Wales Live Fear Free 24 hour Helpline - 0808 801 0800
BAWSO support people from black and ethnic minority backgrounds who are affected by domestic abuse and other forms of abuse including Female Genital Mutilation, Forced Marriage, human trafficking, prostitution and so called ‘honour ‘based violence.
Contact: 24 hour helpline – 0800 731 8147
The Safer Wales Dyn Project provides support to Heterosexual, Gay, Bisexual and Trans men who are experiencing Domestic abuse from a partner.
Contact: 0808 801 0321
Broken Rainbow provides support for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) experiencing domestic abuse.
Contact: 0800 999 5428
Karma Nirvana is a honour network and forced marriage helpline.
Contact: 0800 5999 247
NSPCC provide 24 hour helpline offering counselling, information and advice to anyone that is concerned about a child and information and advice to children.
Contact: 0808 800 5000 (adults) or 0800 1111 if you are under 18.
SEREN provides a free counselling service for adults who have experienced sexual abuse during their childhood.
Contact: 0845 4561657
Respect is the UK membership organisation for work with domestic violence perpetrators, male victims and young people.
Helpline for domestic violence perpetrators: 0808 802 4040
Advice Line for male victims of domestic violence: 0808 801 0327
Victim Support provides help and support for victims of crime regardless of whether or not the crime has been reported to the police.
Contact: 0300 123 2996
Nowe Życie Bez Przemocy (A New Life without Violence) - Helpline for Polish speaking victims – open Wednesday and Thursdays from 9.30am to 1.30pm.
Contact: 01270 260106
Domestic Abuse is when your partner or close family member abuses you physically, financially, emotionally, sexually or psychologically.
It also includes stalking and harassment. It can be one incident but is usually a pattern of behaviour. If you feel intimidated by or frightened of your partner or close family member to the point where you feel that you have to change your behaviour to cope with things then you may be experiencing domestic abuse.
Sexual violence includes child sexual abuse, sexual assault, sexual exploitation, prostitution, female genital mutilation and rape. Whenever it happened, whether it is a one off or is repeated, if it is against your will it is not acceptable.
If you feel that your partner or close family member is intimidating you, if you are scared of how your partner or close family member reacts to things, agencies are available to help you.
However if it is an emergency you should call the police on 999.