Call 1888 anonymously to reach the 24h hotline for support
Lev Uden Vold (Live Without Violence) runs the national hotline that offers support, information and counselling on domestic violence and violence in other close relationships. We offer support to women and men who experience or have experienced violence. Professionals, family and friends who witness domestic violence can also contact the hotline. The hotline can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
If it is not possible to conduct the counselling in Danish or in English, the hotline can book an interpreter – either immediately og scheduled for later. With the help of an interpreter our counsellors can provide counselling in many languages.
Counsellors at our hotline provide support and information regardless of the form of violence you experience or may be perpetrating. If you have doubts whether you or someone you know is being subjected to or perpetrating violence, you can always talk to one of our counsellors.
Contact the national hotline on this number 1888
The hotline can be contacted 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and it’s possible to be anonymous.
How do we help?
It may be difficult to reach out for support and help. When you call our hotline, you will talk to one of our counsellors, who will listen and offer you support and information.
Perhaps you are in a relationship where you feel unsafe? Or perhaps you sometimes lose control of your temper and hurt someone close to you? No matter your situation you are welcome to call us.
The hotline can:
Your call is confidential, free and anonymous
When you call our hotline you are completely anonymous. We cannot see your phone number, and our phone number will not appear on your phone bill.
However, our number will appear on the call list on your phone. You are apple to delete this information following a few steps:
Your call to our hotline is confidential. However, if our counsellors are concerned about the safety of a child, they have a legal obligation to report their concern to the authorities. However, as our counsellors cannot see your phone number, they are only able to report their concern if you provide them with information about your identity.
Where to get more help
Lev Uden Vold offers legal counselling to those subjected to violence from someone close to them. Read more about our legal counselling here.