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Are you a victim of abuse?
Do you know of someone who you suspect is being abused?
Are you looking for help with your own abusive behaviour?
This is where you will find resources, tools and information to help you deal with violence and abuse in intimate partner relationships.
Domestic violence takes many forms.
It can include physical, emotional, social, verbal, sexual and financial abuse.
It can be a confusing experience.
You might think you are being abused, or are someone who uses abuse in your relationship, and would like things to change.
Enter here to learn the signs of abuse and how to get help.
Domestic violence affects all of us and we all need to do our part to help prevent it.
You may be a teacher, social worker, co-worker, neighbour, friend, family member or other trusted individual who may suspect abuse is happening.
Enter here to find out how you can help.
Friends and families of victims of domestic violence will be better prepared to provide support with a new education program and toll-free information telephone line: