Domestic Abuse Awareness Month

Domestic Abuse Awareness Month, launched in October 1987, is used as a way to raise awareness around all the various forms in which domestic abuse comes in as well as showing support to support domestic violence, survivors and also to hold abusers accountable.

Controlling behaviour in relationships – abuse isn’t always physical

During this month The Willow Project will be focusing on coercive and control, as having a week of information Highlighting Rural Domestic Abuse from 18th to 22nd October. Throughout the week there will be blog posts as well as podcasts following in the footsteps of a victim of domestic abuse in a rural area. The blog posts and podcasts will be available still after this time.

Check out The Willow Projects social media pages where we will be posting around the topic of cercive and control during domestic abuse awareness month:





If you would like to find out more about what The Willow Project does, including free rural domestic abuse awareness training for people working or living in Derbyshire, please click below:

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