The Pandora Project offers advice, support and information to women who have, or are still experiencing domestic abuse in West Norfolk. Their aim is to raise awareness of domestic abuse in the community and help families to live in safety.
The Pandora Project directly supports 225 women and children every year, giving them either 1-1 support or working in groups to address issues around domestic abuse. Their service increases clients self-esteem and confidence so that they have improved self-worth and can look forward to a positive future. Everyone has the right to live without fear.
From Thursday 8th December, Pandora Project will be running a women’s centre at KLARS, 41 Old Hospital Walk, King’s Lynn (access via Seven Sisters Close.) The Women’s Centre will be open every Thursday 10-4pm for group sessions and courses, advice and support from various agencies and signposting to local services.
Agencies attending the Women’s Centre will include:
- Pandora Project – domestic abuse support for women and children
Stonham – Confidence groups and 1-1 support
Lily – Living in Later Years directory
- Comvida – Money management
NRP – Drugs and Alcohol Service
- Ormiston – Working with families around domestic abuse
Hanseatic Union – support getting into employment
- KLARS – offering interpreting in Russian, Lithuanian, Latvian and Polish
- Once a month, a legal adviser will be in attendance.
and many more on a rota basis.
For more information about the womens centre, please email email@example.com