This page provides information and useful links to help with dealing with domestic violence.
If you are being assaulted, either physically or sexually, or are being threatened, by someone you live with, then you are a victim of domestic violence. You don't have to put up with it.
If you are experiencing, or someone you know is suffering domestic violence it is essential that you or the person you know seeks help and support as soon as possible.
There are many organisations that can help and provide support to people who suffer domestic violence.
There are a number of Women's Refuges that can help you deal with domestic violence, and Welsh Women's Aid support offers advice on how to escape domestic violence and abuse.
Although many organisations provide information and advice for women who are victims of domestic violence, it is understood that men can also be victims of domestic violence.
Welsh Women's Aid | Wrexham Women's Aid 01978 310203
Welsh Women's Aid is the leading provider of services aimed specifically at helping vulnerable women and children who are experiencing domestic violence and abuse in Wales.
Samaritans is available 24 hours a day to provide confidential emotional support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair.
North Wales Police is committed to delivering a service which through fairness meets and is seen to meet the diverse needs of all the communities in North Wales.
We are committed to tackling domestic violence on every front. Unacceptable in itself, domestic violence can also affect victims' housing, health, education and the freedom to live freely and without fear.
Information on Conflict Resolution and Peacekeeping.
This manual offers a foundation for local work, it provides factual information to help raise awareness about domestic violence, and offers a good practice approach for dealing with domestic violence which should be adopted and supported by managers throughout the health service in hospital, community and primary care settings.
A website for Male domestic violence victims.
The Hideout provides help, information and support for children and young people - whether you're currently living with violence, you've experienced violence in the past or if you know someone else going through it and you're looking for help and information.
The Dyn project gives support to men who are experiencing Domestic abuse from a partner. This website provides information for men who are experiencing domestic abuse, including basic safety advice, a facility to email us for support and a guide to services in local authorities across wales.
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