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Helpline

Our trained practitioners are on hand to take your calls to help you through whatever you are experiencing.

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Counselling

We offer confidential, in-depth counselling for those who need further support and guidance.

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Callers are asked to ensure they are in a safe environment when making a call to the helpline.

Callers do not have to give their real name if they do not want to, an alias can be provided. Or if callers prefer, our Helpline Practitioners can offer a caller contact code which can be used each time a call to the helpline is made. This allows us to easily find call records and means callers will not be asked to repeat information they have previously provided.

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Emotional abuse

Our trained practitioners are on-hand to take your calls to help you through whatever you are experiencing.

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Physical abuse

Physical abuse (violence) can include pushing, hitting, punching, kicking, choking and using weapons.

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Honour-based abuse

A violent crime or incident which may have been committed to protect or defend the honour of the family or community.

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Sexual abuse

Sexual violence includes any form of sexual activity that takes place without the other person’s full consent.

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