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Domestic Abuse

Domestic Abuse – How to get help and support

We know that some of our patients will be living with Domestic Abuse.  The following links may help you to find support.  Our clinicians can offer more advice should you need it so please do get in touch.


STEP 1 If a pharmacy has the ASK FOR ANI symbol on display, this means they are ready to help.

STEP 2 Approach a member of staff and ASK FOR ANI.

STEP 3 They will offer you a private space, provide a phone and ask if you want a 999 police response or to speak to a domestic abuse support helpline.

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Whoever you are, there is no excuse for Domestic abuse

Information from Kent Police

This is a crime and it can affect anyone.

During this COVID-19 pandemic, limited contact with the outside world may make you or someone you know feel unsafe but our specialist teams are still here to help 24/7, in the same way we always do.

Kent Police will respond to your call and can arrest anyone committing offences against you.

In an emergency dial 999 or 101 for non-emergencies. You can also speak to someone online at

There are other agencies working with Kent Police to support you:

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