Support Services for Disabled Survivors of Abuse

Stay Safe East is run by and for disabled people. We provide advocacy and support services to survivors of domestic abuse, sexual violence, hate crime, harassment and other forms of abuse. We serve communities in London.

Stay Safe East is a unique user-led organisation run by disabled people, providing specialist and holistic advocacy and support services to disabled people from diverse communities in London who are victims/survivors of domestic or sexual violence, hate crime, harassment and other forms of abuse.

Founded in 2010 as a local East London service, in 2018 we extended our services across London, as partners in the London Victims and Witnesses Service (LVWS) led by Victim Support, and in Ascent Plus led by Solace. We are also part of the CATCH partnership, a London-wide alliance of the key organisations working on hate crime.

Stay Safe East works to tackle violence and abuse against disabled and Deaf people, including:

  • Domestic violence by partners, family members, or by paid or unpaid carers
  • Disability and other hate crime
  • Bullying, anti-social behaviour and harassment
  • Sexual violence
  • Financial abuse
  • Human rights abuses in residential care or supported housing

Mobile / SMS Text: 07865340122

Email: If you wish to send a referral or self-refer to Stay Safe East via email, please contact: .

Alternatively, for any other enquiry please contact:

Twitter: @StaySafeEast

Facebook: Stay Safe East

Open 10.00 a.m – 5.00 p.m, Monday through Thursday.

If you are in danger, always ring the police on 999.

If you are Deaf or without speech, you can contact 999 by SMS text. To register, text ‘Register’ to 999. When you get a reply, follow the instructions.

Our aims:

  • To support Deaf and disabled people who experience or have experienced violence and abuse, hate crime, domestic or sexual violence, carer abuse and others forms of human rights abuses
  • To ensure that disabled and deaf people get the justice they deserve
  • To provide an independent, accessible, third party reporting site for hate crime and domestic violence
  • To inform disabled and Deaf people of their rights to be safe, and to encourage them to report incidents and crimes
  • To build the capacity of our partner organisations (police, voluntary sector, housing, local authority, Crown prosecution service) to provide an inclusive, appropriate service and to deliver justice to disabled and deaf people
  • To bring about change in national and other policies on supporting victims of crime
  • To act as a model for good practice
Information and advice
Managing a long-term health condition
Support for carers
Additional needs catered for:
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