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Domestic violence levels are increasing with victims stuck at home with abuser but help is available

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Domestic violence levels are increasing with victims stuck at home with abuser but help is available

Domestic violence levels are increasing with victims stuck at home with abuser but help is available

With COVID-19 causing many to isolate, domestic violence victims are often stuck at home with their abuser.

However, help is still available for those who need it.


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