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Childrenyou're not alone

What can i do about it?

The most important thing is for you to be safe.

Domestic abuse is not your fault and it is not down to you to stop the abuse or violence as this could put you in danger.

The first and most important thing you can do is to talk to an adult you trust about what is happening.

If you feel it is safe you should tell your parents how you feel about what is happening at home. They may not realise you know what is going on, or how worried and scared you are.

If you can’t talk to your parents, you might be able to talk to another family member – for example an aunt, uncle or a grandparent. You could also try talking to a teacher or your school counsellor. Or perhaps you could speak to a friend or your friend’s parent.

You could also call a helpline. The people who answer will be able to support and advise you. Calls to helpline are free and you do not have to give your real name.

Jewish Women’s Aid – 0808 801 0500

Childline – 0800 1111

NSPCC – 0808 800 5000

If you or anyone else is being hurt and needs immediate help you can call 999 and ask for the Police.