CORONAVIRUS: All domestic abuse services throughout the UK are still running as best as they possibly can and will pick up the phone if you call. If you are in immediate danger call 999.
EMERGENCY: If you call 999 from a mobile phone but are afraid of being overheard, there is a way to let the police know you need help. By not being able to speak the operator will forward your call to the Silent Solution system. When prompted, press 55 and follow instructions.
Domestic Abuse Service
ABUSE IS NEVER YOUR FAULT!
Hope is just a step away
who we are
The Crossing Point is a free, confidential domestic abuse service based in Liverpool for women, men and young people affected by abuse. We believe that no person is beyond hope and that every individual deserves to live a life in a healthy environment, free from violence, abuse and fear.
what we do
we can all end domestic abuse
abuse is never your fault
The Crossing Point is able to broadcast its very own programme called Walking on Eggshells, thanks to radio presenter John Cheek of Flame Christian and Community Radio, Wirral. The programme looks at domestic abuse in detail, giving helpful information and advice. It tackles various aspects of abuse and gives encouragement and support, with interviews from special guests including victims of abuse.
Walking On Eggshells
The Crossing Point Radio Show
- It's Coming Home (Abuse during sporting events)
- Abuse During Lockdown (Children)
- Crossing Point Introduction
- Financial abuse
- Interview with male victim of abuse
- Abuse at Christmas
- "F" words
- Coping strategies
- Children living with domestic abuse
- Myths of domestic abuse
- Your Safe Plan - Escape from your abuser Pt 1
- Your Safe Plan - Escape from your abuser Pt 2
- Safe Accommodation Pt 1
- Safe Accommodation Pt 2
- Dionne's Story
- Lockdown and Child Abuse