Valentines for teachers

Some teachers in the West will be getting a unique Valentine's card on Monday, but it won't be from a secret admirer.

It is actually a new guide on how to spot a child who comes from a home where domestic abuse is happening.

All teachers in North Bristol will be getting one, it will also give them details of who the children should contact for help.

Figures show in 90% of domestic violence incidetns, children are in the same room or next door when it is happening.

There are a number of services you can contact if you need help and support:

National Domestic Violence helpline  0808 2000 247

Bristol Domestic Abuse helpline  0800 6949 999

Next link  0117 925 0680

Victim Support Bristol  0845 456 6099

Legal Advice Line  0117 90 5999 (24-hour)

Men's Advice Line  0808 801 0327

Bristol Domestic Abuse Investigations Teams:
North Bristol  0117 945 4509
South Bristol  0117 945 5428

Childline  0800 1111 - www.childline.org.uk

Hideout - www.thehideout.org.uk

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