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Support for Victims and Survivors of Child Abuse - No2abuse - UK

28th Aug 2014 | in (1) Comments

Have you been affected by child abuse? Are you looking for support and advice?

In recent years we have heard stories that have not only opened the eyes of the public but also created a much deeper awareness into the scale of child abuse in the UK.

Stories have emerged over recent years of children abused on a wide scale. The recent exposure of Rotherhams 1,400 abused children has left another council and services failing to protect the welfare of UKs most vulnerable children.

Victims and survivors of abuse often feel they are alone especially when attempting to get any form of justice and we want you to know, you are not alone and No2abuse can help.

No2abuse - Giving you the chance to be heard and get the support you need.
 
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