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A message from our CEO

Welcome to our new website! Here at NDAS, we want to ensure that everyone feels like they have somewhere to turn to.

 

We support women and men as well as children to help them to recover from the trauma of domestic abuse.

We are proud to be a dynamic and forward thinking charity that always has the victim/survivor at the heart of everything we do. 

We have lots of ways in which we can offer support, so take a look at the "Our Services" section to see what might suit you, or call us any time on 0300 0120 154 

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About Us

Northamptonshire Domestic Abuse Service (NDAS) began under the name of Northampton Women’s Aid in 1976. Originally staffed by volunteers the organisation has changed a great deal since then but has always been dedicated to helping and supporting the victims of domestic abuse.

 

Our experience and statistics tell us that women are the main victims of domestic abuse. Much of the work we do is supporting women. However, this is not inclusive. We have helped and continue to support victims and survivors from all genders and walks of life, covering all ethnicities, socio-economic statuses, sexual orientations and religions.

 

If you need help and advice, please call us on:

0300 0120 154 or email:  advice@ndas-org.co.uk

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 I have calmed down now.

 I can see what as happening   and why. I feel a lot   stronger and safer  

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 Supporting victims of  domestic abuse for over 

 40  years 

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1 in 6 women in their lives will be affected by domestic abuse.

Click here to read some of our clients stories and how NDAS has helped them to change their lives. 

Note: Where we have used case studies, all names and indentifying details have been changed to protect identities. 

CASE STUDY

Half of male victims (49%) fail to tell anyone they are victims of domestic abuse and are two and a half times less likely to tell anyone than female victims (19%)

Click here to read some of our clients stories and how NDAS has helped them to change their lives. 

Note: Where we have used case studies, all names and indentifying details have been changed to protect identities. 

CASE STUDY