Jessie's Story - Escaping abuse and finding hope
Jessie was young, alone and needed support and advice to gain safety and confidence
What do good and bad relationships look like?
The Underwear Rule
Advice from the NSPCC for children
What is Sexting?
A short film commissioned by the Home Office
What does consent look like in a relationhsip?
“I had an ‘honour’ based killing in my family and no one explained to me what this meant. During a short one-to-one session with SignHealth I understood more, and now I can cope better.”Young Deaf person, aged 13
If you think you might be in an abusive relationship or if you have witnessed domestic abuse, please ask for support.
SignHealth has a team of Deaf professionals ready, please contact us via email or text.
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Young Deaf people miss out on important information about what domestic abuse is and the support networks available to victims. This can make young Deaf people more vulnerable throughout their lives.
At SignHealth, we believe it is time for a change. We are working towards a future where Deaf people of all ages can lead safe, healthy lives, with the same opportunities to meet their full potential.
Free, immediate support
Trained crisis volunteers
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