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Everyone has a right to feel safe and free of fear in their own home.
If your partner hurts you, abuses you, or tries to control you this is domestic abuse. It’s not your fault and there is no excuse for this behavior.
Anyone can apply for a disclosure using Clare’s Law – designed to protect potential victims of domestic abuse by allowing them to request information about their partner’s past, or that of a person of concern to them.Read About Clare's Law
“I fled my home because of severe domestic abuse and I had to send my daughter to live with my older son as I was also battling cancer at the time so I was unable to care for her. I had already had a difficult upbringing as I was a victim of child sexual abuse and I was unsure how to deal with everything. My partner physically and emotionally abused me too which is why I reached out to Women’s Aid…”
“I lived in a violent marriage for years. I was very naive at first and really didn’t know people like him existed. He would kick me, slap me, push me, trip me over, throw things at me, stand on my feet, yell abuse, call me names like ‘social cripple’, the list goes on and on, but he never punched me…”
“Its not always women who are the victims of domestic abuse…”
International Women’s Day. A day to reflect, celebrate and recognise the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women across the world. We had a great day celebrating International Women’s Day at St Elli Shopping centre, Coleg Sir Gar, Dunelm and Marks & Spencers. We’d like to thank those who popped over to support us […]Read more >
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