Domestic Abuse Service
Hope is a step away
do you make excuses to hide the abuse?
who we are
The Crossing Point is a free, confidential domestic abuse service for women, men and young people who are or have been victims of 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
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But a new scheme by domestic abuse charity SafeLives and Vodafone UK will seek to help women at risk of violence and other abuse break the cycle of control by offering them free smartphones.
The idea is that the phones, which will come pre-loaded with credit, serve as a lifeline for people in abusive relationships to maintain secret contact with family or close friends from whom they may have been cut off. As part of the Lifeline scheme, specialist domestic abuse workers will be able to hand out phones to victims who have had their phones either taken away, monitored or tracked by their abusers.
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you are not alone
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