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What happens when you contact Safe Home?

You can contact us for advice and support. For yourself or for someone else.

Safe Home provides advice

At Safe Home South Limburg we work with professionals specialised in the approach to domestic abuse and child abuse or elder abuse. They are familiar with the different forms of violence and understand how situations of violence can emerge. Do you need help or advice? Call (anonymously), even when in doubt. Our employees will listen to your story, clarify things, answer your questions and provide advice.

Our staff is available Monday to Friday between 8.30am and 5pm. After 5pm, in the weekend and on holidays, Safe Home is only available for emergency situations.

Safe Home organises

Together with one of our staff members, we will assess whether professional help is needed and what you potentially could do yourself to stop the violence. We do not offer help, but are capable of organising help for you. We collaborate with various aid agencies, also close to you.

Safe Home examines

Sometimes it becomes clear rather quickly what the problem is and which care is needed. Sometimes it is needed to assess first whether there is indeed domestic abuse happening. We assess the situation and refer, in case of abuse, to the appropriate care services.

Safe Home helps to stop violence

Violence does not stop by itself. Therefore, it is important to ask for help. Sometimes the violence just started or there are ‘just’ suspicions of abuse. In other cases the violence has been going on for years and is passed on from one generation to the next. No matter the situation, we can help to stop the violence and make and end to unsafe situations. We collaborate as much as possible with involved parties, such as aid workers in your municipality, specialised caregivers, doctors, schools, police and Justice and the Child Protection Council.