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Leeway Domestic Violence and Abuse Services

Leeway is a domestic abuse and violence charity supporting adults, children and young people across Norfolk and Waveney.

The emotional and practical advice Leeway offers enables people to get the support and protection they need. We work in a non-judgemental way with people to empower them to make independent decisions about their life and their future.

We have a 24-hour helpline (0300 561 0077), provide refuge at one of our safe houses, and offer community support which ranges from regular one-to-one meetings with a member of our experienced outreach team to drop-in sessions and advice sessions.  

If you are experiencing domestic abuse, or know someone who is, you can get free, confidential and non-judgement support by contacting us. 

If you are in immediate danger, always call 999.

Who to contact

Name
Leeway Domestic Violence and Abuse Services
Telephone
0300 561 0077 (24-hour helpline)
Email
referrals@leewaynwa.org.uk
Website
http://www.leewaysupport.org
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Address
PO Box Leeway
City Hall
Norwich
Postcode
NR2 1NH

Where to go

Name
Suffolk Domestic Abuse Service
Address
Norwich
Area served
Suffolk
Venue Website
http://www.leewaysupport.org

Days & Times

We have a 24-hour helpline available.
Time of day
Morning
Afternoon
Evening

Other details

Cost Details
Our drop in centres, outreach, parenting, children’s and advocacy services are free of charge to access.
Referral required?
No
Referral and availability notes

To self-refer either email us at: referrals@leewaynwa.org.uk or call our helpline for assistance.

Age Groups
Children (5-11), Adults, Young people

Accreditation website
http://www.womensaid.org.uk/
Accreditation details
Womens Aid Federation England (WAFE)is a key agency in Uk for women and children experiencing abuse.

Notes

There are 3 part time Domestic Home Workers who cover Ipswich and Suffolk Coastal area, Lowestoft area and Stowmarket area. Workers offer families emotional and practical support and advice and will work with families where the perpetrater is no longer living in the family home. Our service works in partnership to minimise the damaging effects of domestic abuse on the health, social and general development of family members. We offer schools an educational programme on domestic abuse. Please phone for further information.

Service users involved in planning
Yes
Last Updated
03/10/2017

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