Domestic abuse

Local contacts

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If you are planning to leave an abusive relationship, have left one in the past or need advice related to abuse, consider contacting any of these local agencies.

NIDAS (Norfolk Integrated Domestic Abuse Service)

is a domestic abuse service for people at medium or high-risk of further harm and their children in Norfolk

They offer free, confidential, and non-judgemental support to help those affected escape and recover from abuse.  Contact NIDAS for more information on domestic abuse and guidance on how they can offer support. 

Opening hours:

Weekdays: 9am – 6:30pm Weekends: 9am – 3pm


Call: 0300 561 0555

Text: 07860 063 464

Out of hours: 0808 2000 247

If you’re in immediate danger, always call 999.

Funded by: Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for Norfolk, Norfolk County Council, Norwich City Council, South Norfolk and Broadland District Councils

Service delivered in partnership by: Leeway Domestic Violence & Abuse Services, Daisy Programme, Orwell Housing, Pandora Project, Safe Partnership

Leeway Support

Norfolk based charity for all victims of domestic abuse.

  • 0300 561 0077 (24 hours)
  • (quick exit button available)

The Harbour Centre

Sexual assault referral centre.*

  • 0845 456 4810

The Sue Lambert Trust

For survivors of sexual abuse.

  • 01603 622406

Women's Aid

National organisation working against domestic abuse until women and children are safe.

Norfolk and Suffolk Victim Care 

Covers all of Norfolk and Suffolk. Providing free, confidential support service to help victims and witnesses of crime.

NHS 111

111 online can help if you have a medical problem and you're not sure what to do. Or you can ring 111 direct.  


Local health information for Norfolk.

Orwell Housing

Provides a specialist domestic abuse worker in our Help Hub. Requests for support into this service can be made on 01508 533933 or the Help Hub.

  • Blossom House 0845 463 4142
  • Lily House 0845 463 1314
  • Haven House 0845 467 4876

Haven Project

Orwell refuge services, South Norfolk. 

Emergency accommodation for females only. Community support for men and women

Norfolk Constabulary 

  • ring 101 - Police non-emergency number*

* translation services are available