If you are a victim of abuse (whether verbal, emotional, physical, sexual or economic abuse), you have the right to get help.
We provide anonymity for callers on our helpline.
Calls are answered by the trained volunteers of NANE Association.
Call PATENT’s legal aid helpline, if:
The Police’s duty:
(Executive Order 2/2018. (I. 25.) of the Chief of the Hungarian National Police)
In case you would like to make a complaint about the police procedure, you can do so at the police station in question or at the claims office of the National Police Headquarters. You can find additional information here.
Call OKIT, if:
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or the association’s facebook page for current groups.
Domestic violence in the long-run undermines self-esteem and social skills, destroys the intimate family atmosphere, has a detrimental effect on growing children, inhibits parenting skills and creates an intense feeling of shame, guilt, isolation and loneliness. To counteract abuse, our support groups reduce isolation and create social bonds. Sharing life stories helps women combat the feeling of shame and guilt; they have opportunities to get help and learn strategies to overcome their problems (for example, how to treat their traumatised children) and at the same time reduce their feeling of inadequacy. When women were asked, what they gained from participating in a survivor support group, they said: