White Rose

Hi Alanna
If you haven’t yet you need to phone the help line -number at top of page it’s free phone. They will give you practical advise as well as support. They can also rell you if there is ant soecific help available in your area for women who’ve experienced domestic abuse. There may be a local group who can support you.
The NHS helps everyone so go back to your Gp and tell them youre struggling and why and if that GP doesn’t listen book in with another one and tell them your worries.
Samaritans can also help -some areas have drop ins as well as phone help – check them out.
Sadly the support won’t come to you, you have to ask for it and asking isn’t a sign of weakness.

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