The Survivor’s Handbook: Print version 2009

Please note – The print version of The Survivor’s Handbook was last updated in June 2009. Women’s Aid cannot be held responsible for any changes which may have taken place after this date. Women’s Aid periodically updates the Survivor’s Handbook. Please go to The Survivor’s Handbook webpages for the most up-to-date content.

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The Survivor's Handbook

The Survivor’s Handbook: Audio version 2008

Please note – The audio version of The Survivor’s Handbook was last updated in April 2008. Women’s Aid cannot be help responsible for any changes which may have taken place after this date.

Introduction to The Survivor’s Handbook

Section 1: What is domestic violence?

Section 2: Recognising domestic violence

Section 3: I am experiencing domestic violence, what can I do about it?

Section 4: Making a safety plan

Section 5: What can Women’s Aid do for me?

Section 6: Where can I go?

Section 7: What is a refuge and how can I stay in one?

Section 8: Children and domestic violence

Section 9: Making arrangements for children after separation

Section 10: Your legal rights

Section 11: The police and the criminal prosecution process

Section 12: Getting an injunction

Section 13. Women from black and ethnic minority communities

Section 14. Immigration issues

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