If you are a victim of domestic violence and abuse, remember, that
1) you are not alone,
2) it is not your fault and
3) help is available.
Definition of abuse
Domestic violence is physical, sexual, psychological or financial violence that takes place within an intimate or family-type relationship and that forms a pattern of coercive and controlling behaviour.
Anyone forced to alter their behaviour because they are frightened of their partner’s reaction is being abused.
Did you know
Domestic Abuse doesn’t always mean physical violence:
If you answered ‘yes’ to any of these questions, you may be experiencing domestic violence. Other signs are:
We know it is difficult to talk about what has happened, but telling someone can really help
The Women & Families Resource Centre provides sensitive services for individual victims. Contact us and we will help you to get the support that you need.
It is important to remember that the abuse you have experienced is not your fault.
We will always believe you, listen to you and support you. We will give you time to make your own decisions and will never pressure you or judge you for anything you say. We can also offer support if you decide to report to the police.
DO YOU NEED HELP? THEN CALL US ON 01902 219590 0R SEND US A TEXT ON 07958604354
Useful Contacts For A Woman Suffering From Domestic Violence Are Found On The Resources Page On This Website.