Centre Against Abuse provides services that empowers people to have zero tolerance for domestic abuse and sexual assault.

24-hour hotline: 441-297-8278
Office: 441-292-4366

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Centre Against Abuse provides services that empowers people to have zero tolerance for domestic abuse and sexual assault.
24-hour hotline: 441.297.8278
Office: 441.292-4366

TOGETHER WE CAN CREATE HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS
Am I an Abuser
Domestic abuse can be physical, sexual, emotional, economic or psychological; and actions or threats of actions that influence another person. This includes any behaviours that frighten, intimidate, terrorize ...

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Am I an Abuser
Domestic abuse can be physical, sexual, emotional, economic or psychological; and actions or threats of actions that influence another person. This includes any behaviours that frighten, intimidate, terrorize ...

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Getting Help For Domestic Abuse
Where to Turn for Help In an emergency: Call 911 if you need immediate assistance or have already been hurt. For advice and support: Centre Against Abuse - 24 Hour Hotline - 297-8278 Why doesn’t the survivor just leave? ....

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Getting Help For Domestic Abuse
Where to Turn for Help In an emergency: Call 911 if you need immediate assistance or have already been hurt. For advice and support: Centre Against Abuse - 24 Hour Hotline - 297-8278 Why doesn’t the survivor just leave?

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Domestic Violence Protection Orders Act
In this Act, "domestic violence" means violence by one person against another person with whom that first-mentioned person is, or has been, in a domestic relationship.

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Domestic Violence Protection Orders Act
The DOMESTIC VIOLENCE (PROTECTION ORDERS) ACT 1997 covers many of the legal protections for people affected by Domestic Abuse



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How To Help Someone Who Is Being Abused
You might think that something as simple as talking to a friend about abuse couldn't possibly make a difference. But it really does. Just knowing that someone cares enough to ask about ...

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How To Help Someone Who Is Being Abused
You might think that something as simple as talking to a friend about abuse couldn't possibly make a difference. But it really does. Just knowing that someone cares enough to ask about ...

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Our News

  • CAA On Sex Offender Management Amendment
    Centre Against Abuse said they support the proposed Bill relating to supervision of sex offenders, but have requested it include a provision for victims to be notified via the same channel that the Minister is, as “often victims learn about…
  • RUBiS Initiative: Charities Receive Over $15K
    RUBiS Initiative: Charities Receive Over $15K Twelve lucky charities were awarded over $15,000 in total following the RUBiS Energy Bermuda’s “Fueling 4 a Cause” promotion. During a 4-week period, beginning in November 2017, RUBiS donated 5¢/gallon of fuel sold to twelve selected charities, and each charity…
  • Sexual assault becoming ‘pervasive’ in Bermuda
    Sexual assault becoming ‘pervasive’ in Bermuda Sexual assault is “pervasive” in Bermuda, according to one leading island social worker. Laurie Shiell-Smith, executive director of the Centre Against Abuse, said that the organisation began using the #MeToo campaign to “let other survivors know that they are not…
  • 100 Women in Finance Gala Benefits Bermuda’s Centre Against Abuse
    100 Women in Finance Gala Benefits Bermuda’s Centre Against Abuse Overlooking the America’s Cup Village, the Bermuda branch of 100 Women in Finance hosted a gala to benefit the Centre Against Abuse, which provides crises support services to adult victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. Read more at Oyster