Domestic violence is unacceptable
– but it is a reality for all too many. Getting out of the situation is the first step to recovering your rights, safety and dignity, but if you have children, communication remains essential. Even if you don’t have kids, you still have to get your relationship with your ex wound up. Does that mean you have to expose yourself to still more abuse? Absolutely not! You have been through enough trauma already.
How can you communicate safely?
You are afraid, you’ve been traumatised, but you still need to stay in touch. You may not want your ex to know your phone number or location. In fact, keeping your personal details a secret may be essential for your safety. Now you can communicate safely thanks to our communication portal service.
Take the power back!?
Our communication portal brings the message across: you are not to be trifled with.
- You will communicate, but on YOUR terms.
- You will read and respond to communications when you’re comfortable to do so.
- There will be legal accountability for anything that is said.
For the record...
Records are important. If your ex communicates abusively, you need a record that will stand up in a court of law. Every communication that is sent through the site will have a date and time stamp and cannot be deleted. Our terms and conditions are clear: anything that is said here can be used in legal proceedings. We can’t guarantee that your violent ex will mind their manners, but we can provide an excellent reason for them to keep communication on a civilised footing.
Can we help your clients?
If you work in a domestic violence refuge or with victims of domestic violence and would like to discuss how your clients can benefit from this safe communication service, please contact us. We’re here to help!