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Domestic abuse, also called domestic violence, includes physical, emotional and sexual abuse between those who are or have been intimate partners or between family members. Domestic abuse can happen against anyone regardless of gender or sexuality. It can take many forms and includes single incidents of abuse as well as patterns of abuse such as coercive, controlling and threatening behaviours.
For more information on the signs of domestic abuse and how to find support please see www.nhs.uk/live-well/getting-help-for-domestic-violence/.
If you are experiencing domestic abuse and are at risk of harm from intimate partners, ex-partners or family members, you can talk about this to a professional who can offer support.
We would encourage you to find support through the following: