Showcasing the valuable work we do with vulnerable families
NDAS is committed to saving lives, reclaiming lives and improving the lives of individuals and families that are affected by Domestic Abuse.
We believe that everyone, adults and children has the right to live in a safe environment, that allows them to thrive, realise their potential and develop at their own pace.
We want to prevent, reduce and minimise the harm inflicted by domestic abuse and help families to be healthy and resilient and for the future generation to be less free from abuse and fear.
Every year we report on the progress we’ve made and how we’ve achieved what we set out to. Our annual impact reports showcase some of the great work we do and provide a check-in to make sure we’re still on track to meet our strategic objectives as well as outline where we go next.
Did you know that in 2020/21:
We supported 105 families in refuge
Refuge stay was an average of 3 months.
We answered 1460 calls on our advice line
We took 700 calls requesting refuge
We supported 224 women through groupwork programmes
We supported 126 adults via our 12-week Outreach programme
We supported 149 children: 74 in refuge, 40 through our resettlement programme and 35 via outreach support
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So how did we do in 2020-21?
We believe in complete transparency and a dynamic approach to responding to the challenge the pandemic bought over the last 18 months.
We hope you find our latest Impact Report an interesting and positive read
and would love to hear your thoughts and feedback.
Click here to download Impact Report 2020/21
All previous Impact Reports are available to download here:
Our Impact Report 2018/2019
Our Impact Report 2019/2020