If someone you are in a relationship with or someone in your family hurts you or tries to control you, it is illegal.
If your partner, boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife forces you to do anything sexual that you don't want to do - it is a crime.
It is never the fault of the person who is hurt.
If someone you are in a relationship with or a member of your family has sexually assaulted you, you can speak to our counsellors.
Find out more:
Where to find support in your area if you have been impacted by rape, sexual assault or domestic or family violence.
It can be hard to know whether or not someone you know might be experiencing domestic violence. While the signs can be different in every case - and sometimes there are no signs - here are a few clues to look out for.
Anyone concerned about violence or controlling behaviour from a partner, ex partner or other relationship should consider safety planning.