Domestic abuse support
The Hampshire Domestic Abuse Partnership is a group of local services in Hampshire working together to provide help and support for:
- Victims and survivors of abuse
- Children living with domestic abuse
- People who may be abusing or hurting someone
- Professionals seeking advice
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Domestic violence and abuse are a pattern of behaviour designed to achieve power and control over a partner, ex-partner or family member, regardless of gender or sexuality. Controlling behaviour can include ways to criticise, belittle or threaten, such as:
“No-one will believe you.”
"It’s your fault.”
“You’re not allowed to do that.”
Is your relationship healthy? Am I in an abusive relationship? Take the Women’s Aid quiz to find out.
Most people have arguments with those close to them but if this begins to form a consistent pattern, it could be an indication of domestic abuse.
Help and support is available. Use the boxes below to find the information you need or call our Advice Line 03300 165 112.