Overview of NDWA Services
|NDWA Centre||Advice Centre
|Children's Outreach||Adult Outreach
Derbyshire SAM helpline
|In a Refuge||Health Visitor
Select a service for more information:
Our Advice and Drop in Centre provides a safe, comfortable, women only space where you can talk in confidence about your experience of abuse.
The Helpline operates Monday to Friday 10am to 4pm providing advice and support plus referral to temporary refuge accommodation.
For Women and men - your Outreach Worker will help you to think about your situation and consider the options available to you so that you can decide what you would like to do next.
Children and Young People’s Outreach
Our specialist Children’s Outreach Workers will help you to think about your experiences of living with or witnessing domestic abuse and also to understand your feelings, build confidence, self esteem and recognise that you are not the only one to have experienced domestic abuse.
Child Support Workers at Refuges
Provides support to children or young people living in one of our refuges. Our specialist Child Support Workers will help you to settle into the refuge and begin to think about your feelings around the domestic abuse you have been seeing, hearing and feeling.
Independent Domestic Violence Advice
For high-risk victims (women or men) - your IDVA worker will help you to think about your situation and consider the options available to you so that you can decide what you would like to do next.
A safe and friendly space for women, children and young people to think about their feelings. Using art, craft and toys with your Art Therapist, to open up a whole new world of communication that comes naturally and can be enjoyable.
Our counselling service provides counselling sessions in a safe confidential place. Your counsellor will give you the opportunity to work through painful feelings at your own pace to find your own way forward.
Health Visitor at Refuges
Our specialist domestic abuse health visitor provides a service to all women and their children who are staying with us in refuge. The health visitor will visit you in the refuge and provide a safe space to talk about the health needs of you and your children.
Services for Men
specialist services for men including helpline and refuge.