Stonham is England’s largest provider of housing and support for vulnerable and socially excluded people.
B-eat (Beating Eating Disorders)
Helpline: 08456 341414
B-eat for Young People (Beating Eating Disorders)
Youthline: 08456 347650
Text: 07786 20 18 20
Break Forth provides tailored support to people experiencing mental health problems. Funded either privately or through a personal budget or Direct Payments, they will create a support package which is as individual as you are.
Change Grow Live (CGL)
Helpline on 0800 1111
Citizens Advice Bureau – Norwich District
Admin and Appointments: 01603 660857
General Advice: 01603 765783
Other Norfolk local branches can be found on the web
Equal Lives is a registered charity that supports people through their services and activities to live more independently and have choice and control in their lives.
The Harbour Centre is a Sexual Assault Referral Centre which provides a range of services for people who are the victims of rape, attempted rape or assault by penetration. 01603 276381
HAVOCA – Help for Adult Victims of Child Abuse
Leeway Domestic Violence and Abuse Services
For women in domestic abuse situations offering refuge service, community support for women, children and young people and many other services.
Advice Line: 0300 561 0077
MAP (Mancroft Advice Project) (support for young people)
Men’s Advice Line
Helpline: 0808 801 0327
MIND (National Association for Mental Health)
Voluntary organisation supporting all non-abusive parents and carers whose children have been sexually abused.
National Association for People Abused in Childhood
National Counselling Directory
Norfolk Community Law Service
Police – Norfolk Constabulary
0845 4564 567
Police – Suffolk Constabulary
Relate – Norfolk
Helpline in the UK: 0808 800 5005
Provides supported accommodation for single people who are either homeless or unsuitably housed.
Helpline: 0845 122 1201
The Matthew Project
Helpline: 01603 764754(24 hours)
The Norwich Centre (counselling in Norwich)
Women’s Aid and National Domestic Violence Helpline
Helpline: 0808 2000 247
At the time of going to press all the foregoing information is correct. However, Sue Lambert Trust takes no responsibility for any of the above organisations and none are offered as a recommendation and are provided for information only.