Are you subjected to violence? Have you left a violent relationship? Do you feel bad in your relationship but don’t know if it counts as violence? Are you worried about a friend or family member? If so, please contact us. There are several ways to reach us.

 Phone us at 020-21 29 60

The helpline is open every Monday from 11-13. If you call at other times, you can leave a message saying you want to be contacted and we will call you back.

You can email us at
You can use email if you find it easier to write than to talk or you can email us to book a time for a talk.

Face to face talk

If you would rather have a face to face talk, we can arrange a meeting in our premises. Contact us by phone (020-21 29 60) or email ( to make an appointment.

Support group for people who have been subjected to sexual violence

Every term, we offer support in the form of a discussion group for people who have been subjected to sexual violence or sexual abuse. If you have any questions or want to sign up for the group, contact our support developer Johanna at

Practical support

If you need practical support, for example, with reporting something to the police, contacting healthcare services or sorting out which authorities you need to contact, we can offer you a contact person who will be able to give you sustained support with practical matters regarding, for example, leaving a violent relationship.

Summer camp

Every summer, we organise a summer camp in a secret location for women who have been victims of violence, and their children. Contact our support developer Linn if you are interested in that or have any questions:

All calls are anonymous and we do not keep records.

Kvinnojouren Lund offers support regardless of gender, sexual orientation or form of relationship.

We listen when you need to talk. We can give you advice and support so that you can change your situation. We can also refer you to other actors who help people who are subjected to violence. When you contact us, you will talk to our volunteer workers. They have all been trained by us and are used to talking to people who have been or are being subjected to violence.

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