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Where To Get Help If You Are a Victim of Domestic Violence

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What Can You Do When You Experience Abuse at Home

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What Can You Do If You Hear Loud Screaming, Crying or a Call For Help From Your Neighbor's Home?

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What Should You Do If You Are a Bystander Who Happens to Witness Domestic Violence?

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Domestic violence is not limited to just physical abuse. Learn more about the issue through our video series. Hear the nuanced thoughts, views, and the importance of being an "active bystander".
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Let's Talk About It

Build self-awareness and learn to recognise the telltale signs of domestic abuse through a specially curated line-up of insightful articles written by victims, survivors and their loved ones.
Read these insightful articles. Reflect on your personal behaviours. Recognise actions that might be considered abuse.

Her Name Is Emily

Her Name Is Emily

I lost my child because of him. Five years ago, I was pregnant with our second child. He came home drunk and was upset that there was no food on the table. He pulled my hair and slapped me. When I managed to free myself from his grip, I ran towards the door. That was when he kicked me from the back. I fell on my stomach. I started to bleed. Seeing the blood, he got scared and ran out of the hou

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Finding My Way Home

Finding My Way Home

I came to Singapore when I was 10 years old. I was born in the UK. My mom worked as a translator in the British government service. My dad was a business manager in an international firm. When Dad’s company had to relocate to Singapore, Mom quit her job. We came to Singapore at the end of 1995.

My early life was uneventful. But things started changing after our second year here. Da

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Better The Devil You Know

Better The Devil You Know

My name is Olivia. I’m a bank executive and living in a small apartment with my partner, Rita. We were school mates and had been very close since our university days. Rita is a domineering person but that was what I liked about her. We used to spend our time together in my parent’s home. She would sleep over and Mom had been very kind to her. Mom treated her like her own daughter. Rita is a

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It’s My Brother, Not Me

It’s My Brother, Not Me

“He punched me in the face, Ma!” I shouted at Mom. “How can I let him go like that?”

Mom was crying. She must be distressed at the sight of her two sons fighting with each other. My elder brother, Kenny, is a hot-headed person. It must be because of him that Dad had a heart attack two years ago. I will never forgive him for that. He comes to the house – it’s just me and Mom l

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I’ll Be There For You, My Love

I’ll Be There For You, My Love

Five years ago, I was suicidal. Life had no meaning anymore. I was on the verge of losing it all. My husband of 5 years was caught with drugs possession. But that was not the worst. I found out that he had violated my daughter. She was nine.

Mima was my only child. Her dad was my ex-husband. We got divorced when she was only 6 years old. Her father – my ex-husband – is nowhere to be

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Contact Information

Mailing Address:

Jurong Point Post Office

PO Box 455

Singapore 916416

 

Tel. No:

1800 777 0000

(National Anti-Violence Hotline)

 

Email:

enquiry@casaraudha.org

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