Coronation Street

Coronation Street - Independent Choices

Independent Choices provides the Domestic Abuse Helpline for Greater Manchester.

The Helpline is confidential and you do not have to give your name. The Domestic Abuse Helpline is a safe space for you to talk through what is going on at the moment and give you the options that are available to you.

If you are in immediate danger please call the police on 999

HELPLINE: 0161 636 7525

Opening Hours: Monday – Friday, 10am – 4 pm excluding bank holidays.

Coronation Street - Women's Aid

Women's Aid are a grassroots federation working together to provide life-saving services and build a future where domestic violence is not tolerated.

For information and support, visit:

HELPLINE: 0808 2000 247
(Freephone 24 hr National Domestic Violence Helpline - run in partnership between Women’s Aid & Refuge)

Coronation Street: Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme

Clare's Law/Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme

Under this scheme you can ask the police to check whether a new or existing partner has a violent past. In order to make an application under the Domestic Violence Disclosure Scheme please contact the police.

You can do this by:
- Visiting a police station
- Phoning 101
- Speaking to a member of the police on the street

If you believe there is an immediate risk of harm to someone, or it is an emergency, you should always call 999.

For more information please visit: How To Get Help
Women's Aid: The Survivors Handbook

Coronation Street - PANDAS

The PANDAS (Pre and Post Natal Depression and Advice Support) Foundation is here to help support and advise any parent and their networks who need support with perinatal mental illness.

They are also here to inform and guide family members, carers, friends and employers as to how they can support someone who is suffering.

PANDAS Foundation,
The Fort,
Artillery Business Park,
Park Hill,
SY11 4AD

Coronation Street - Chear

Chear (Children’s hearing Evaluation & Amplification Resource) has been helping children with hearing loss since 2001.

It was set up for parents who wanted a second, independent opinion about their children’s hearing.

Phone: 01763 263 333

Coronation Street - Football v Homophobia

Football v Homophobia exists to challenge discrimination based on sexual orientation, gender identity and expression at all levels in football.

As an international initiative FvH engages in campaigning, education, advice and guidance, research, policy consultation and capacity building to:

  • Make existing football structures safe, welcoming and inclusive for LGBTI people
  • Create opportunities and promote engagement of LGBTI people in football at all levels and in all forms
  • Improve the representation and visibility of LGBTI people throughout football
  • To realise the potential of football in society as a tool to create positive change