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One-on-one with Natalie Song: Breaking The Silence on Domestic Violence

Domestic violence is an issue that is still very much shrouded in shame and stigma in Singapore. What’s worse, is that there was an increase in domestic violence calls during Circuit Breaker and even now, help centres like PAVE and AWARE are receiving a high volume of calls.

We spoke Natalie Song, a domestic violence survivor to help shed some light on this difficult and important issue.

“I would tell people who are going through [domestic violence] to turn it around on its head. Steping away doesn’t mean to lose somebody.
Right? Stepping away might mean to get you stronger.”

If you are someone who is experiencing domestic violence, seek help at these organisations and stop the cycle of violence.

Help Lines

AWARE: 5 Dover Crescent, #01-22, Singapore 130005 | Tel: 1800-777-5555 (10 am to 6 pm., Mon to Fri) | Website | Email

COMCARE CALL: 1800 222 0000

PAVE Integrated Services for Individual and Family Protection Specialist Centre (ISIFPSC): Blk 305, Yishun Central, #01-175 Singapore 760305 | Tel: +65 6555 0390 | Website | Email

TRANS SAFE Centre: Block 410, Bedok North Ave 2, #01-58, Singapore 460 410 | Tel: +65 6449 9088 | Website | Email

CARE CORNER PROJECT START: Block 7A Commonwealth Avenue #01-672, Singapore 141 007 | Tel: +65 6476 1482  | Website | Email

BIG LOVE: 7A Lor 8 Toa Payoh, Agape Village, #02-05/06, Singapore 319264| Tel: +65 6445 0400| Website | Email

HEART@FEI YUEB: 20 Lengkok Bahru Blk B, #03-02, Singapore 159053 | Tel: +65 6819 9170| Website | Email


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