After maintaining our support to victims of intimate partner’s violence during the lockout, we are pleased to inform you that face to face individual counselling is now available again at our Montchoisy centre.

It is required to make an appointment calling 022 797 10 10.

We welcome you in compliance with all necessary protective measures.

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What you can do in a situation of intimate partner violence

Between separating or continuing to accept violence in your relationship, you can act in different ways to change the situation.

Act for yourself

  • Start individual therapy
  • Engage in leisure activities
  • Do exercise
  • Have some relaxing moments
  • Reinforce your self-esteem and confidence

Act on your relationship

  • Start a couple or family therapy
  • Be more sure of yourself and state your opinions
  • Live separately
  • Share the parental tasks
  • Ask for a restriction order

act on your social connections

  • Contact professionals
  • Go and see your family
  • Contact friends or colleagues
  • Have your own mobile phone
  • Get involved in an association, community or religious group

Act on your financial independence

  • Start a training
  • Look for a job
  • Open your own bank account
  • Find out about your right to welfare
  • Be responsible for your own finances

Act for support from third parties and authorities

  • Ask another person to be present during a risky situation
  • Call the police
  • Enforce your right to leave the home
  • Commence legal measures

Our team is available to consider and discuss the most appropriate actions for your situation.