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Coronavirus and Social Isolation

We know this is a scary time for anyone living in an abusive or violent situation. We are always here to help and support you. If you need advice, support or information please contact us – you are not on your own.

Call 01695 50600 or 0808 100 3062 (24-hours). Look our for our Live Chat sessions and you can send us a message below. We have a Facebook page LibertyCentre WL, with a private group for women, and one for men.

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The Liberty Centre is the domestic abuse charity for West Lancashire

We offer support, information and advice to anyone who is living with domestic abuse, worried about a relationship or family situation, wants to talk to someone. We also offer opportunities to volunteer and we always need donations.


We are a charity and a Limited Company by Guarantee. We are funded through a variety of sources including Lancashire County Council, West Lancashire Borough Council, a through successful funding bids to the Home Office, Police and Crime Commissioner, The Big Lottery, Children in Need, Comic Relief, other funding bodies and donations.

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Who Are We

Established in 1987 as a women’s refuge, we’ve now grown into multi faceted charity organisation. We provide a wealth of services for all victims of domestic violence and abuse. From emergency accommodation for women, men and children, confidential counselling and group recovery meetings we can provide support for anyone affected by domestic abuse.


Our mission is to build hope and confidence with people affected by domestic abuse to live a future without fear.

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I Need Help

If you think you, or someone you know, is suffering from abuse we are here to help.


Please look at our Info section for warning signs and further information. If you require urgent help, you can Talk To Us and we will get you the help and support you need as soon as possible.

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Don’t Be A Bystander, launched in 2017, is our flagship campaign. Its central role is to encourage witnesses of domestic abuse to come forward to the police and charities like ourselves.


People can feel ashamed and scared talking about domestic abuse. The aim of this campaign is to encourage the witnesses of such violence to come forward and provide a voice for those who can’t speak.

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Bright Sky is a free to download mobile app providing support and information for anyone who may be in an abusive relationship or those concerned about someone they know.