Are you OK?

 

Domestic abuse support services remain contactable during the current lockdown.

If you need to contact the police or support services during the COVID-19 pandemic, but it is not safe to do so from home, there are safe spaces you can access. Always contact the police on 999 if you are in immediate danger.

Boots the Chemist

All Boots branches nationally that have a private consulting room attached to the pharmacy are offering this
as a safe space for anyone who needs to contact the police or support services. There will be a poster in the
window. Ask at the pharmacy counter.

School

All Torbay schools that are open have offered a safe space to contact services whether your child is currently
attending the school or not. If they usually attend, you can ask for help at their school.

Brixham

YES, The Edge, Bolton Street, Brixham, TQ5 9DH. Currently available 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday. Call:
01803 851 414 or email info@yesbrixham.org.uk.

Supermarkets, convenience stores and other pharmacies

The following shops have been asked if they will display contact information. If you see a poster displayed in the
store, you can ask if there is somewhere quiet where you can make a call. This may not be possible in all:

Torquay

  • Shiphay
    • Shiphay¬†Pharmacy
    • Co-op
    • Londis
    • Hospital
    • Lidl
    • B&Q
  • Babbacombe
    • Tesco
    • The Range
    • Pharmacy
    • Central stores
    • Carters
  • Plainmoor
    • McColls
    • Well Pharmacy
  • Willows
    • Sainsburys
    • M & S
    • Crusoes Fish bar
    • Cantonese Take¬†Away
  • St Marychurch
    • Co-op
    • Precinct Bazaar
    • Lloyd Maunder
    • Happy Apple
    • Halletts Bakery
    • Sainsbury Local
    • Post Office
  • Ellacombe
    • Best One
    • Premier

Paignton

  • Sainsburys
  • ASDA
  • Morrisons
  • Tesco
  • Preston
    • Sainsburys
    • Tesco
    • Spar

Brixham

  • All three Co-op's