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If you’re experiencing domestic violence, use this information to make a plan that works for you.
Domestic violence is our most serious health and safety issue. Are you aware what kinds of behaviour are considered abusive? more
There's more to a healthy relationship than you may think. What are the differences between respectful and abusive relationships? more
By starting the conversation about the impact of violence, we're able to bring abuse out from behind closed doors. more
With one in five women affected, we probably all know someone who is experiencing domestic violence. Find out what to do about it. more
There are lots of myths about domestic violence that are far from accurate. Gain a more thorough understanding of what's really going on. more
Emerge enables independence for women and children by breaking the cycle of domestic violence. Click here to find out more.
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