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Domestic Abuse 

What is Domestic Abuse?

Spotting the Signs of an Abuser

Leaving an Abusive Situation Safely

Personal Safety: Staying Safe When Encountering a Perpetrator

 

Mental Health

Anxiety Factsheet

Stress Anxiety

Mindfulness: What Is It and How Can It Benefit Me?

Loneliness and Health

Support for Domestic Abuse Victims during the March 2020 Coronavirus Lock down.
While everyone is staying safe from Coronavirus, there are still ladies out there who are now locked in with their abuser.  You can still find help for either yourself or a friend/family member.  The NHS Website has some good links that you can use.  If you need to hide your search history use an incognito window before opening the link, or edit your history and delete the web page after viewing.
You can contact Women’s Aid via the live chat here:
The .gov website has even added a page with important links here:
Don’t forget if you are in danger you can still dial 101 or 999.
Even in this trying time there is still help for those who are able to ask for it.
Stay safe.

 

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