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Derbyshire Police 42m
Our Live Chat is now open. Head over to and use the event code to ask your questions to our team of support agencies and detectives. This can be done anonymously if you would like to.
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Almudena Berzosa 🧀 47m
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SafeNet 2h
Jane’s Place residents have been remembering Jane with a beautiful ‘tribute tree’ Staff and residents have added what Jane’s Place means to them on hearts to the tree. We will continue to campaign & support survivors to live a life free of abuse & murder.
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Healthy Hub North Herts 51m
Leaving can be incredibly difficult. If you have questions about your options, or just want to talk to somebody about what's happening, Refuge are here for you. Call the National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 20000 247 for free, available 24 hours a day.
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MADD Canada 3h
The grief and pain of losing a child in an impaired driving crash is ever present. We are here to support you. Join our next online reflection session for parents on Aug. 18 at 7 pm ET. Email ssullivan@madd.ca for details.
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Lancaster Medical 10h
If you have experienced clinical anxiety and/or depression during your life and would be willing to take part in a study about these disorders please go to the link:
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Andrew Cuomo Aug 5
If you are in a dangerous domestic situation, NY will help you find safe shelter. You aren't trapped because of COVID.
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Walk To Durban 9h
WATCH THIS Our campaign to bring people together and remind people that in order to if you want to be part of this check out the video on
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WriteIntoPrint 31m
Are you being bullied by management? Know that you are not alone. The Whistleblower Anti-Bullying Resource Network, led by an attorney, is here to help you triumph over adversity! 👉
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Pajila'si 😁 18h
Whether the Drake Bell accusation is true or not, I would like to remind everyone (M/F/X) who have been abused, it is okay to speak out in a way you feel comfortable. To whom you feel comfortable. You aren't at fault for what you went through. The abuser is. 100%
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Leicestershire CC 10h
More time at home due to can increase the risk of abuse by a partner, ex or family member. If you need support please call 's 24-hour helpline on 0808 2000 247 and in an emergency always call 999
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Daniel Winter-Bates Aug 12
Nothing worse than that sudden wave of impending doom... could be anywhere , brought on by nothing... some of relief I’ve found is stopping what im doing ... recognising the feeling for what it is ... random ... let yourself breathe, nice and deeply. ❤️❤️❤️
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Haris 6h
“Injustice Anywhere Is a Threat to Justice Everywhere” - Martin Luther King Jr.
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