By Damon Mitchell • 21 April 2020 • 8:36
COUNCILLOR for Social Welfare, Rocío Rodríguez reported that Fuengirola Town Hall is consciously aware of maintaining care for victims of gender violence during the confinement. She pointed out that information, psychological care and legal advice services continue to be provided through the email [email protected] and by phone 952 463 525.
Rodríguez explained that “it is a great paradox that in the time of the recommended social distance, many women are forced to live together 24 hours a day with their attacker.”
She also offered free phone numbers that will not show on the phone bill, they are 016 and 900 200 999. “These telephone numbers should be contacted in the event that it is necessary to enter Emergency Centres or Shelters as a consequence of violence.”
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