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Need a safe space to talk - We are ready when you are

7 Oct 2020,

Domestic abuse and sexual violence is never acceptable and there are no excuses for this behaviour. The challenge of lockdown means families are spending more time indoors together, this may make it more difficult to speak out or access support. 

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Remember that you are not alone, and there is support available locally and a friendly ear ready when you are. Contact Bradford Survive & Thrive on 0808 2800 999 or find other specialist support services below.

Domestic abuse is not always physical violence. It can also include, but is not limited to:

  • controlling and coercive behaviour
  • financial control
  • verbal abuse
  • emotional abuse
  • sexual abuse

This list is not exclusive, or exhaustive, and can be any behaviour that you feel is ‘not quite right’. 

Please visit Bradford Council Coronavirus domestic abuse and sexual violence support to find out more information about the support available. 

Domestic Abuse-Need a safe place to talk? We are ready when you are!

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