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Today we have the following Refuge vacancies:

 

If you are a child or young person living in a home where there is a lot of arguing and fighting between your parents, life can be very difficult and confusing.

The best thing to do is to speak to an adult that you can trust, like a teacher or a social worker, as theyTeenagerBoy can help you to be safe.

At West Mercia Women’s Aid, we can help your mum to understand what you are going through and how to support you through it.

We can help her to work out the best way of keeping you safe and we can make sure that she gets the support she needs in order to move on to a better life for your family.   

Don't despair. 

If you need to talk to someone who really understands about domestic abuse and how it affects children and young people, then we will find someone to help you.

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