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For anyone experiencing domestic abuse, the rules put in place to help stop the spread of the coronavirus is having a massive impact on their safety.
With many households across the country being stuck indoors, it makes it easier for perpetrators to control more and more aspects of their victims lives, including what they do and when, what they can eat, who they can speak to, how money is spent and if they can get medical help or not.
We spoke to Donna, one of Glow’s refuge managers, about some practical advice and tips on how people could keep themselves and their family safe:
If you can, create some space for yourself
Have a safety plan
In an emergency
Have a support network
Get help and support
We’re available Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm where our staff are able to provide our usual support and guidance by phone and email. Whenever you feel ready to reach out and talk, get in touch and we’ll find the right help for you.
Contact Glow on 0330 0945 559 or email support@localhost
Need someone to talk to or know someone who does?
If you are in immediate danger please call 999
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