Ryedale District Council

Domestic violence

Where to get help and support if you become or are a victim of domestic abuse.

  • Independent Domestic Abuse Services 24hr Helpline 03000 110 110
  • 24hr National Domestic Abuse Helpline 0808 2000 247
  • Rape Crisis 0808 802 9999
  • Sexual Abuse Referral Centre 01904 669339

North Yorkshire Integrated Domestic Abuse Services
A support service across North Yorkshire for people who are experiencing or are at risk of domestic abuse.

There are 2 elements to the service:

  • Refuge provision for Women and Children - To provide a refuge service that is safe and secure, providing a holistic approach toward the assessment of need and risk and a clear support pathway for women (aged 16+ years) and women with children.
  • "Making Safe" floating support service for victims/survivors - To provide a “Making Safe” service for victims/survivors, including children and young people through community support and the delivery of specialised accommodation related support in a floating support setting enabling them to remain safe in their own home or to continue to live independently in other accommodation.

The service is provided by Independent Domestic Abuse Services (IDAS) across North Yorkshire. To find out further information and what support is available please visit the IDAS website or tel: 03000 110 110, or call the 24 hour National Helpline – 0808 2000 247

Safer Ryedale

Safer Ryedale aims to reduce the number of repeat cases of domestic abuse. We have already seen a reduction in cases, through the work of a Domestic Abuse Co-ordinator for Scarborough and Ryedale, in developing and implementing nationally recognised work with partner agencies in the statutory and voluntary sector. 

One example "Making Safe" seeks to support victims of domestic abuse to remain in the family home, whilst challenging the behaviour of the offender.

We will also raise awareness and encourage education initiatives on the issues of domestic abuse, in the community and with harder to reach groups. This includes working with the national Dot Com Children's Foundation project.

We will also develop training packages with other agencies, to enable their staff to provide an effective response to domestic abuse.

 

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