Are you worried about someone close to you? Do you think that somehow violence is involved? Then make sure that something is done about it. It’s important that help is provided, because the violence doesn’t stop by itself. Someone has to take the first step, even if you’re not sure. Safe Home can give you advice in this or organise help. Will you take the first step?
What can we do for you?
We listen to you, answer your questions, give you advice and, if necessary, take steps with you to ensure that your home (or someone else’s) becomes safe again. We often work together with other parties, such as social services. You’re not alone!
If you’re unable to call, you can still chat with us. During the telephone call or chat, we’ll talk to get things clear. We’ll also talk about what you can do yourself. If you need help, we’ll refer you to the right service or organise the right help for you with the municipality.
If it’s not immediately clear what the problem is, we’ll conduct further investigations first to determine what’s wrong exactly. We then determine what help you need to improve the situation.
Frequently Asked Questions
- What happens when I make a report?
- Who is subject to the reporting code?
- I can hear my neighbours arguing right now and it’s getting out of hand. Can I call you?
- Will I hear anything back once I have made a report?
- Can I call Safe Home South Limburg anonymously?
- What are the signs of child/elderly abuse and/or domestic violence?
- I’m worried about someone. What can I do?