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Family violence during pregnancy

Family or domestic violence can begin or become worse during pregnancy. Find out what to do if you or someone you know needs help.

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Domestic violence | Head to Health

Domestic violence is a person being subjected to an ongoing pattern of abusive behaviour by an intimate partner or family member, and it can happen to anyone.

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Family and domestic violence - Services Australia

We support people affected by family and domestic violence by providing information, resources and referrals.

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Sex and the Law (Domestic Violence) - Sexual Health Victoria

Sexual Health Victoria (formally Family Planning Victoria) focuses on reproductive and sexual health care, education and advocacy. Our vision is to improve ever

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Family Violence | MensLine Australia

Domestic violence is the misuse of power to gain control over another person

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Domestic violence and what you can do about it | Abuse and violence | ReachOut Australia

Domestic violence, or ‘intimate partner violence’, is violent, abusive or intimidating behaviour in a relationship. Learn about what behaviours to look out for and where you can go for help at ReachOut.com.

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Domestic and family violence | eSafety Commissioner

Get advice, help and support if you are experiencing online abuse as part of domestic and family violence.

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Online safety planning | eSafety Commissioner

Learn how to create an online safety plan for you and your children if you are experiencing online abuse as part of domestic and family violence.

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Domestic and family violence - controlling and violent relationships — Relationships Australia

Some relationships involve behaviour that is damaging to the other partner and, in some cases, may be criminal. Healthy relationships are based on equality and respect between partners.

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