Support

Here are some organisations who can support you. In an emergency situation, if you do not feel safe, dial 999

Daisy Programme

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A registered charity supporting men and women living with or who have been affected by Domestic Abuse in the Breckland area. 

Tel: 01953 880903 (answerphone out of hours)

Email: help@daisyprogramme.org.uk

www.daisyprogramme.org.uk

Dawn’s New Horizon

Dawn’s New Horizon supports male and female victims of Domestic Violence, providing a ‘one stop shop’ information and support service over the phone, online and face to face. They service the whole of Norwich and Norfolk, and always ensure they are available to help when people need them most. The support they offer enables, among other things, people to take back control of their lives.

Tel: 07854 044680

www.dawnsnewhorizon.org.uk

Email: dawnsnewhorizon@yahoo.com

Facebook: www..facebook.com/DNHNorwich

Galop – the LGBT+ anti-violence charity

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Galop provides confidential and independent advice and support for LGBT+ people who have experienced sexual assault, abuse or violence.  We provide a welcoming, inclusive and safe space to talk, whatever your sexual orientation or gender identity. 

National LGBT+ Domestic Abuse Helpline 0800 999 5428

www.galop.org.uk

Harbour Centre

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The Harbour Centre is a Sexual Assault Referral Centre which opened in September 2010 and provides a range of services for people who are victim of rape, attempted rape or assault by penetration.

At The Harbour Centre, we can offer you a place of support; provide practical and emotional support to help you recover. Rape and serious sexual assault can happen to anyone regardless of gender, sexuality, race, religion, age, disability or background.

You can access our services either via Police or you can contact us directly. You can also be referred to our services through another agency as long as they have your consent.

Tel: 0845 456 4810

Email: contact@theharbourcentre.co.uk

www.theharbourcentre.co.uk

Leeway

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We are a specialist domestic abuse charity and currently support over 8,000 adults, children and young people every year in Norfolk. It is our primary aim to offer advice, support and information to anyone who has been or is currently experiencing domestic violence.

Tel: 0300 5610077

Email: referrals@leewaynwa.org.uk

www.leewaysupport.org

Sue Lambert Trust

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The Sue Lambert Trust is a Norfolk based charity which provides support for survivors of sexual abuse. We provide a range of services including one to one counselling, practical support and a telephone helpline. We also run this website as a source of support and information. Our services are free, are available to women, men and children aged 11+, and are available for as long as they are needed. Much of our counselling and support work is done in Norwich, but we also have premises in Great Yarmouth and limited services in other parts of Norfolk.

Tel: 01603 622406

Email: info@suelamberttrust.org

www.suelamberttrust.org

24-hour National Domestic Violence Freephone Helpline 0808 2000 247

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Are you experiencing domestic violence?
Do you know of someone who is experiencing abuse and may need help and support?

The Freephone 24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline, run in partnership between Women’s Aid and Refuge, is a national service for women experiencing domestic violence, their family, friends, colleagues and others calling on their behalf.

The Helpline can give support, help and information over the telephone, wherever the caller might be in the country. The Helpline is staffed 24 hours a day by fully trained female helpline support workers and volunteers. All calls are completely confidential. Translation facilities for callers whose first language is not English, and a service for callers who are deaf or hard of hearing are available.

www.nationaldomesticviolencehelpline.org.uk

Rape Crisis

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Rape Crisis England & Wales is a national charity and the umbrella body for our network of independent member Rape Crisis organisations.
On their website you will find: how to get help if you’ve experienced sexual violence and details of your nearest Rape Crisis services; information for friends, partners, family and other people supporting a sexual violence survivor; information about rape and other forms of sexual violence for survivors, students, journalists and others; more about our work, our members and how you can support us.

www.rapecrisis.org.uk