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Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)

Trained in working with victims of of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) to provide 

  • safety planning

  • support to help you feel less isolated

  • information to help you make informed decisions about their safety and relationships

Victim of Intimate Partner Violence (IPV)

In various forms relationships, including:

  • within a marriage, common-law or dating relationship

  • at any time during a relationship and even after it has ended

  • whether or not partners live together or are sexually intimate with one another

Forms of Abuse:

  • Physical abuse - intentional or threatened use of physical force.

  • Criminal harassment - fear for ones safety or safety of loved one.

  • Sexual violence - threats and non-consensual sex. 

  • Emotional / psychological abuse - insults, belittling, constant humiliation, intimidation, threats of harm etc.   

  • Financial abuse - control or misuse of money, access to school or job.

  • Coercive control - patterns of control and abuse that causes fear or terror. 

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