Our support service is for women and men survivors of domestic abuse in Breckland via referral. We can work with clients age 16 and over. Currently all our support workers are women. We work with standard risk clients.
Our service offers initial telephone contact where we will speak with the client and discuss needs. Experience tells us at Daisy Programme that clients appreciate this initial contact, we then will decide where to signpost from there. We are client led and can work with clients in many ways, ie, domestic abuse awareness, safety planning, help with housing or refuge if deemed appropriate. We can also work alongside other agencies, including the police and can offer free legal advice through a solicitor to clients working with Daisy Progamme.
Through our support, survivors will gain control of their lives by improving their confidence and self-esteem. They will be better equipped to make positive future life choices for themselves and their children. With our support, in time they will feel more confident about managing on their own and into the future.
At Daisy Programme we are also keen offer ongoing support to our clients via our support group for when the more formal support has ended. At Daisy Programme we want clients who live with or who have left an abusive relationship to have ongoing support in group work where any flashpoints can be identified and worked on without escalation.
If you have a client who has disclosed domestic abuse and needs specialist support, please use the referral form below and refer to our referral process.
We do have a PO Box however we much prefer to receive referrals via our email address. If this is not suitable please contact us for alternative methods of delivery due to the costs incurred via the PO Box.
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