Those needing help can ask staff at the counter to use the consultation room, where they will be able to contact services for help and advice.
The charity said it launched the scheme in response to the ‘desperate situation’ many are facing in lockdown.
MPs said there had been a surge in violence since the lockdown began. Calls to the National Domestic Abuse helpline rose by 49% and killings doubled since restrictions on public life were introduced.
Lyndsey Dearlove, from Hestia, said: “We know there is an increased level of uncertainty for people looking to escape an abusive relationship. Self-isolation offers a new method of control over victims, making it very difficult for them to seek support.
“Although we ae in a period of lockdown and isolation, our message to victims is domestic abuse services are open and we can help you.”
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