Domestic abuse occurs across society regardless of age, gender, sexuality, wealth, ethnicity or geography. It's not just between people who are, or have been in, a sexual relationship, but also, between family members or those living in the same house.
If you are in immediate danger please call 999.
Find out how to get help and support if you are a victim of domestic abuse on the Durham County Council Help and support for victims of domestic abuse webpage (this opens in a new window).
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