Koleinu SA

Phone: 011 264 0341 Email: koleinusa@gmail.com

Operational Hours

Monday and Wednesday: 9am – 12pm Tuesday and Thursday: 7pm – 10pm
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Helpline for Victims of Abuse in the Jewish Community

Do you feel that you are being abused in your home, your community or your workplace?

Would it help to talk to someone?        Koleinu helpline is here for you

Contact Our Helpline

Types of Abuse

What is Abuse?

Abuse includes, violent, threatening and repeated use of coercive and controlling behaviour which occurs within families or intimate relationships.

Examples of Abusive Behaviours:

  • Hitting, kicking, slapping, choking or other forms of assault
  • Sexual Assault
  • Isolation from friends and family
  • Threat of abuse towards the victim, the children or other family members
  • Threats to take the children away from victim
  • Disconnecting phone, locking victim in house, controlling money
  • Repeated insults and humiliation in front of others

HELPLINE : 011 264 0341

OPERATIONAL HOURS:

Monday and Wednesday morning: 9am – 12pm

Tuesday and Thursday evening: 7pm – 10pm

Email: koleinusa@gmail.com

Email Us Now

Confidential Email Response (within ±24 Hours)

– May take longer on Shabbos and Yom Tov

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Endorsement of the Chief RabbiEndorsed by Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein and of Rabbis across all sectors of the community

“Koleinu addresses the very painful but important problem of abuse in our community and provides vital support to victims

in situations of great crisis” – Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein