Violence against Women during and after pregnancy
Women are particularly vulnerable to domestic abuse during and after their pregnancy.
Protect yourself and your baby – help is available!
It is important to know what kinds of behaviour is considered domestic abuse – it is not only physical or sexual harm. Did you know that domestic abuse can happen between any persons sharing a household – not only at the hands of your partner?
Do you have a safety plan in place for you and your baby should anything go wrong?
Find out more about all this important information in our Violence against Women leaflet
Looking for more information for new mothers? Check out our resource pages.
Posted on July 20, 2017, in Domestic violence, Maternal Mental Health, Mental Health, Parental Mental Health and tagged #WMMHday posts, Maternal Health, maternal mental health. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.