Ask for ANI and Safe Spaces Sign Up

UK Says No More work alongside the Home Office to create and implement the Ask For ANI scheme, which will work alongside the existing Safe Spaces scheme in pharmacies and jobcentres, enabling victims to request emergency help. More information for pharmacies is available on the website.

To find your nearest participating pharmacy or jobcentre, visit the Ask for ANI postcode checker.

If you are already signed up to the Ask for ANI scheme

If you are a pharmacy already signed up to the scheme, use the Ask for ANI monitoring form to anonymously record use of the codeword. The Home Office will use this information to improve the scheme.

Sign up to Ask for ANI and Safe Spaces

The survey will take approximately 4 minutes to complete. (please check that your pharmacy has not already signed up to this scheme via another colleague).

3. Is the pharmacy already part of the Safe Spaces initiative?(Required)
6. Address of pharmacy that wishes to sign up(Required)
*Note (this can be only one pharmacy postcode per form)
8. Do you wish to sign up multiple pharmacies?(Required)
We will get in touch with you to collect the relevant details.
9. Do you agree to ensure pharmacy staff are aware of the scheme and are trained to respond to the codeword before offering the scheme? (Required)
10. Please confirm you are happy for the full address of your pharmacy to be publicly shared to ensure users know where to access the scheme.(Required)

(If other – please specify)

To fill in the Domestic abuse response in pharmacies monitoring form for pharmacies


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