Domestic Abuse


Anyone can be a victim of domestic abuse, it can impact men and women from all walks of life and individuals from any background, regardless of status, age, race, culture or orientation.

Domestic abuse can also impact the people around you, including friends, colleagues and especially children that are involved in that environment.

Domestic abuse can involve, but is not limited to:

  • Coercive Control
  • Psychological and/or Emotional Abuse
  • Physical or Sexual Abuse
  • Financial or Economic Abuse
  • Harassment and Stalking
  • Online or Digital Abuse
  • Forced Marriage


Through the Chartered Institute of Housing, we’ve decided to “Make a Stand” against domestic abuse and are committed to taking action to support victims of domestic abuse. To this end, we’ve signed the pledge and are here to support you.


If you are a victim of Domestic Abuse in any form, please contact one of the organisations below to receive professional support.

Alternatively contact us on 0141 550 3581 and we can direct you to the appropriate service.

Support for Women:

National DA Helpline (Ran by Refuge) - 0808 2000 247

Scottish Women’s Aid - 0131 226 6606

Hemat Gryffe Women’s Aid - 0141 353 0859

Support for Men:

Mens Advice Line (Ran by Respect) - 0808 801 0327

AMIS Abused Men in Scotland - 03300 949 395

Support for Under 25’s: - 0808 808 4994

Support for LGBT+: - 0800 999 5428

Our Domestic Abuse Policy

Domestic Abuse Policy