People have the right to be safe in their homes and relationships. No one, whatever their gender, sexuality, age, culture, race or disability should suffer domestic abuse.
If you are thinking about leaving an abusive relationship and are worried about your safety or the safety of your children, you do not have to suffer alone. There are people who can help, and you can take steps to stay safe.
Where to find help
The Diversity Project
Training courses and resources
Multi agency risk assessment
If you're worried about someone knowing you have visited this website and other domestic abuse pages from your computer please visit the Women's Aid website.