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…Respect A registered charity and national membership organisation promoting best practice for domestic violence perpetrator programmes and associated support services in the UK. Supportline Provides emotional support and details of…

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I need ongoing support

…someone, our trained support workers are here for you and ready to support you on the Women’s Aid Live Chat. For ongoing support and safety advice, you could get in…

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Impact report 2019-2020

Impact Report 2019-2020

…services. 81% of our members are specialist services Who is supported by local services? Local services support woman and child survivors in the community, in refuges, via helplines, support groups…

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Research and reports

Research and Reports

…the resource centre. Search for: Search first instance Suggested search terms Access to support Annual statistics APPG Attitudes to domestic abuse Barriers to accessing support Black and minoritised survivors Change…

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I’ve left and I need support

I’ve left and I need support On this page: The effects of domestic abuse Starting over after abuse Mental health support after leaving abuse Helping your child after abuse Counselling…

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Support by email

…The support workers understand how hard this first step can be. Many can feel that the abuse is their fault. The support workers are skilled in offering information and support

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