Domestic Violence


Anyone forced to alter their behaviour because they are frightened of their partner’s reaction is being abused. This single page from the Black Country Minds website, looks at different forms of domestic violence, and gives the reader advice on what to do if they are a victim of domestic violence, or are a child witnessing domestic violence.


This is a free to access resource, which aims to inform the reader about domestic violence. The information given is clear and concise, and the language used is easy to understand, so it should be accessible to everyone.

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