Support services

Last updated: 14 January 2022 at 1.25pm

Below is some information on a number of local and national charities and other organisations continuing to provide support on issues such as mental health, loneliness and domestic abuse.

Local support services

Organisation Contact details Website
Aurora New Dawn 24 hour helpline 02394 216816 Aurora New Dawn website
Stop Domestic Abuse Tel: 0330 016 5112
Monday to Thursday 9am to 5.30pm
Friday 9.30am to 5pm
24 hour service to enable access to refuge accommodation
Stop Domestic Abuse website
Victim Care Service Tel: 0808 178 1641 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
Outside these hours 0808 168 9111)
Victim Care Service website

Nepali Domestic and Sexual Abuse Service Tel: 07741 261387  
You Trust Tel: 0800 9169878  
Hampton Trust Perpetrator interventions - 02380 009898 Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm
with services available until 8pm on Tuesday and Thursdays
Citizens Advice Basingstoke Tel: 0300 330 9064 Citizen Advice website
Citizens Advice Tadley Tel: 03444 111 306 Citizen Advice website
Red Cross Local service for those lonely or isolated
Tel: 01622 690011 (South East Local Team)

Red Cross Support Line
Tel: 0808 1963651 Daily 10am to 6pm
Red Cross website
Adult Health and Social Care Tel: 0300 5551386
Professionals line: 01329 225378
Butterflies Tel: 02380 613828

National Domestic Abuse helplines and websites

Organisation Contact details Website
24 hour Domestic Abuse helpline Tel: 0808 2000247(female victims) National Domestic Abuse Helpline website
Male Advice line Tel: 0808 8010327 Male Advice line website
Mankind Initiative Tel: 01823 334244 ManKind Initiative website
National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse helpline Tel: 0800 9995428 Galop, the LGBT+ anti-violence charity website
Respect National helpline Tel: 0808 8024040 Respect National helpline website

Other support services

Organisation Contact details Website
Mind Tel: 0300 123 3393
Text: 86463
Mind website
Samaritans Tel: 116 123
Samaritans website
The Silver Line
(Advice and friendship for the elderly)
Tel: 0800 470 8090 The Silver Line website
Age Concern Hampshire Tel: 01256 423874
Age Concern Hampshire website
Basingstoke Neighbourcare Tel: 01256 423855
Basingstoke NeighbourCare website
Hampshire Domestic Abuse Service Tel: 03300 165112 Hampshire Domestic Abuse Service website
National Domestic Abuse helpline Tel: 0808 2000 247 National Domestic Abuse
helpline website
Childline Tel: 0800 1111 Childline website
Respect Phoneline Tel: 0808 8024040 Respect Phoneline website
Care for the family Tel: 02920 810 800
Care for the Family Facebook page
Care for the Family Twitter page
Support for your family page on the Care for the Family website

Wellbeing resources

Accessing support during COVID-19

Do you need or do you know someone who needs help, for example with getting food or prescriptions, during COVID-19? There is information on getting help on our accessing support on our COVID-19 Community hub webpage.

Support for those with dementia, their families, carers and friends

Support for those with dementia, their families, carers and friends is available from a number of organisations, including:

Andover Mind through its ‘Carer support and dementia advice service for Hampshire’. For more information, visit the Carer support and dementia advice service for Hampshire page on the Andover Mind website

The Princess Royal Trust for Carers, which is continuing to provide support and is holding virtual groups such as coffee mornings and counselling sessions. For more information, visit the Care Centre website

Age Concern Hampshire, which is providing services including phone support, wellbeing check-ins as well as a doorstep service for things such as shopping drops offs and meal deliveries. Learn more at the Age Concern Hampshire website

The Alzheimer’s Society whose teams are continuing to provide information, support and guidance to those who need it online and over the phone. Visit The Alzheimer's Society website

Basingstoke Voluntary Action

We are working with Basingstoke Voluntary Action to co-ordinate community support during the COVID-19 pandemic. This partnership will enhance the significant community work already taking place across the borough, providing a source of further information and guidance and allowing us to match suitable volunteers to community groups.

If you would like to volunteer, are thinking about starting a group in your area, please visit BVA's volunteering page, email or call 01256 423816 to register your group and find contact details for accessing guidance and support.

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