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Help to the victims of domestic violence
Domestic violence is a physical, psychic or sexual violence among people in relationship which repeatedly happens in their privacy so it is hidden from public control. The intensity of incidents increases in time and leads to inability to stop this in time and effectively resolve the impaired relationship.
Immediate, individual psychological and social help, ambulatory or in a form of asylum, is offered to individuals threaten by violent behaviour from their partners or room-mates. Consecutive help, especially social, medical, psychological and legal is also mediated to these individuals. Intervention centres are set-up to provide such help.