Drop in Sessions

Our ‘Drop-In’ sessions are available every day, across NE Lincs – if you need ANY help at all, you can call us, or facetime/video for support or face-to-face – please do not suffer alone during these difficult times.

You can chat with a support worker about any help you may need, any problems or issues you may have or maybe an opportunity to just talk to someone who understands – someone who can tell you all the options that are available to you.

Someone is available every day – call us on 575757

Drop-in sessions are available every day:Drop In Advice

Mondays 9.30 – 11.30am at Roxton GP Practice, Immingham
Tuesdays 1pm – 3pm at our Women’s Centre, Grimsby (women only)
Wednesdays 1pm – 3pm at Clee Medical Centre, Grimsby Road, Cleethorpes
Thursdays 9.30am – 11.30am at our Women’s Centre, Grimsby (women only)
Fridays 10am – 12noon at our Hainton Square Shop, Grimsby

Please call 575757 for more info

Evening appointments available upon request

Legal / Solicitors ‘Drop-In’ sessions

We have FREE legal drop-in sessions available 4 times a month, that are kindly offered by local solicitors to support victims of abuse.  These sessions are really useful if you just want to have a chat and find out options that may be available to you legally.
We can also help some clients to access Legal Aid.

Free sessions are held at our Women’s Centre;
Pepperell’s                    – FIRST Thursday of each month
John Barkers               – SECOND Thursday of each month
Pepperell’s                    – THIRD Thursday of each month
Sills and Betteridge    – FOURTH Thursday of each month
All are 2-4pm
There is no session if there are 5 Thursdays in the month

The National Centre for Domestic Violence (NCDV) offer lots of valuable information about protection orders for victims and survivors of domestic abuse.

They also offer an award-winning FREE service that allows anyone who has recently suffered or been threatened with domestic abuse to apply for an emergency court injunction, regardless of their financial circumstances, race, gender or sexual orientation.  The order can sometimes be issued within 24 hours of making contact – working in partnership with the police, solicitors and other support agencies (inc Women’s Aid) to help victims obtain speedy protection.