Don't stay in your home if you don't feel safe. You may be able to get help from the Housing Executive or your local council.
Your first priority should always be your safety. Contact a local advice agency if you feel unsafe in your home and are unsure about your housing options. An adviser can help you work out your next step.
Attacked in your home
Don't stay in your home if you don't feel safe. You may be able to get help if you have been attacked in your home. More
Harassment by landlords
Your landlord may try to force you to move out by harassing you. Your landlord may be doing this so s/he won't have to follow the proper procedure for evicting you. Your landlord could be guilty of a criminal offence if s/he is harassing you. Visit our renting subsite to find out what to do if you're worried that your landlord is harassing you. More
Help when intimidated
The Housing Executive can help you find a new home when you are intimidated. Financial help may also be available to help you keep your home, or find a new home. More
If you're experiencing domestic abuse from someone you live with (or used to live with) you may want to leave your home. More
If your housemates are violent you may want to move. You may also be able to ask the council, your landlord or police for help. More
If you have been victim of a hate crime you should contact the police immediately. You may be able to get some assistance to secure your home if it has been damaged in an attack. More