Do you experience domestic violence?
We’re here to help you and your children.
Dependants of affected women are also welcome to contact us.
Our (female) counsellors are bound by a duty of confidentiality.
Domestic violence has many faces
Violence is ...
... When you are forced to do something against your will
... When you are attacked or threatened via digital media. This includes, for example, when your partner publishes information about you in social networks or gains access to your accounts
... When you are imprisoned at home or kicked out onto the street
... When you are constantly monitored
... When you are not allowed any money of your own
... When you are abused and threatened
... When you are not allowed any contacts with others
... When your partner disparages you or belittles you at your place of work, to family members or among friends
Take any initial signs seriously. Violence is never harmless.
We’re on your side. We’ll listen to you and support you.
We’ll help you in asserting your rights. You are free to decide for yourself in all matters.