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Domestic violence and abuse

In Rochdale borough, domestic violence and abuse affects thousands of adults and children each year.

Here you can find advice, information and services for:

  • Victims of domestic abuse
  • Children and young people who are living with domestic abuse
  • People who are worried someone might be living in an abusive home
  • Victims of honour based violence
  • Adults and teenagers who commit abuse and need to find help and support

Popular services in this section

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What is domestic violence and abuse?

Information about the different kinds of domestic abuse.


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Warning signs of domestic abuse

Are you being abused? Recognise the warning signs of domestic abuse.


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Who can help?

There’s a range of specialist and housing support available for victims.


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Help for male victims

Find out what help is available to male victims of domestic abuse.


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Help for children and young people affected by domestic abuse

Support for children experiencing or witnessing domestic abuse.


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Support for adults who commit domestic violence and abuse

Support for adults who want to change their lives and improve their relationships.


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Support for children and young people who abuse family members

Support for young people who are aggressive or abusive towards family members.


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Support for victims of honour based violence

What's honour based domestic violence and what help is available?


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Worried about someone you know?

Advice if you're worried that someone is a victim of domestic violence and abuse.


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Staying safer and leaving safely

How to prepare to protect yourself and your children.