On Saturday, the Government launched a new public awareness campaign highlighting that if anyone is at risk of, or experiencing, domestic abuse, they are still able leave and seek refuge. The campaign, under the hashtag #YouAreNotAlone, will create a community around those affected by domestic abuse and reassure victims that support remains available.
We would be hugely grateful for the following support:
- Please post a picture or video of yourself or someone from the organisation with the symbol of a heart drawn on their palm. Tag 5 or more people asking them to do the same to spread the message. Please use the hashtag #YouAreNotAlone in your post.
- Alternatively, please post the attached campaign asset on your channels and tag 5 or more people asking them to reshare, using the #YouAreNotAlone hashtag in your message.
- Share the gov.uk/domestic-abuse address where people can find out more information, including helplines. Again, please include include the #YouAreNotAlone hashtag.
Here is some suggested text to accompany your social media post:
At home shouldn’t mean at risk. If you or someone you know is suffering from #DomesticAbuse, isolation rules do not apply. Police response & support services remain available. Find support at gov.uk/domestic-abuse or call 999 if you are in immediate danger. #YouAreNotAlone