Advice, support, training and resources
''I just wanted to talk to someone who would understand''
The Men's Advice Line is a confidential helpline and email service for men who experience domestic violence from their partners or ex-partners. We support men in heterosexual or same-sex relationships.
We help by: giving men time to tell their story; offering emotional support; providing practical advice and signposting to other services for specialist help.
We also provide information and support to family members and friends of male victims.
We are not legally qualified or housing specialists so we don't offer legal or housing advice. However, we can signpost male victims to other organisations offering legal and housing advice.
How we help frontline workers
The Men's Advice Line is available to frontline workers engaging with male victims of domestic violence. Your call is free and confidential.
- We offer a one-day training course: Working with male victims of domestic violence
- We have published the second edition of Respect's Toolkit for work with male victims of domestic violence. It includes research on men's experiences and needs as victims, case studies, assessment forms etc. If you want to buy a hard copy please download and complete the order form below. The toolkit costs £10 including p&p. The Toolkit can be downloaded free of charge chapter-by-chapter here.
- We have published a booklet for men experiencing domestic violence, you can download it in PDF format here or ask for a free hard copy to be sent out to you.
Our posters and leaflets can be downloaded in PDF format below:
If you want to buy hard copies of leaflets and posters please download and complete the order form below and email, fax or mail it to us: