You can approach social services if you need support or protection from your parents or other adults. Social services provide support for young men and women who are subjected to honour-related coercion, threats or violence.
They work for the good of all children. Social services also have a duty to report incidents where you have been subjected to a criminal act. If you tell someone at social services that you have, for example, been subjected to violence or sexual assault, they are duty-bound to report this to the police.