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If you are experiencing domestic abuse, it can be difficult to find support or think about your options. That’s why UK SAYS NO MORE have worked with retailers to provide Safe Spaces – places to safely and discreetly reach out to friends and family or contact specialist support.

UK SAYS NO MORE is working with Boots, Morrisons pharmacies, Superdrug pharmacies, Well pharmacies, independent pharmacies, and HSBC and TSB banks across the UK to provide Safe Spaces in their consultation rooms for people experiencing domestic abuse. You can use a safe space in whichever way works for you. They provide a safe and discreet way to reach out to friends and family, and contact specialist support services.

How to access a Safe Space:

  • walk into any participating Safe Space in the UK – there are signs on doors or at pharmacy counters saying they are a Safe Space;
  • ask a member of staff at the counter to use their Safe Space;
  • you will be shown to the Safe Space which will be a private room;
  • once inside you can use the Safe Space in whichever way works for you – to reach out to friends and family, or contact specialist support services on information sheets displayed inside, and start your journey to recovery.

You can see a list of Safe Spaces in Huntingdonshire on the map, but check their website too as they are being added to all the time.

Safe Spaces don’t offer support or crisis services of any kind, other than a place you can feel safe in. If you need to talk to someone, you can contact any of the organisations listed here.

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Use of Safe Spaces is free.

How to contact

Where to go

42 High Street
Huntingdon PE29 3AQ

Cedar House Surgery
14 Huntingdon Street
Saint Neots PE19 1BQ

33 High Street
Saint Neots PE19 1BW

5 High Street
Saint Neots

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