Jo didn’t think that she would ever end up in an abusive relationship.
She thought that it didn’t happen to women like her. The truth is, it can happen to anybody. Watch her story and discover how she gained the strength to say no to abuse. We help over 22,000 people across Bradford every year. If Jo’s story resonated with you, and you need to speak to one of our trained staff members, call our One Front Door on 0808 2800 999.
We would like to say a huge thank you to Tracy Brabin, the Mayor of West Yorkshire, and the Mayor’s Safer Communities Fund for providing us with the funds to be able to make this video, The Saltways for producing this beautiful video, and finally we would like to give massive thanks to Jo for bravely sharing her incredible story with us.
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