What should I do if I am being abused?

If you are being abused, it is important to seek help and support. You can contact a domestic violence hotline, seek medical attention, talk to a trusted friend or family member, or reach out to a domestic violence shelter or organisation.

Can I recover from the effects of domestic violence?

Yes, with support and resources, it is possible to recover from the effects of domestic violence. This can include therapy, support groups, and other resources offered by domestic violence organizations.

How can I protect my children from abuse?

If you have children, it is important to keep them safe from abuse as well. This can include seeking therapy for them, notifying their school or daycare, and involving the legal system if necessary

How can I stay safe if I am leaving an abusive relationship?

Leaving an abusive relationship can be dangerous, so it is important to have a safety plan in place. This can include packing an emergency bag, having a safe place to go, and notifying friends, family, and the police. Restraining orders can also be obtained for additional support.