Counselling sessions with a trained alcohol worker who has a particular awareness of the issues veterans and their families may experience. Giving advice, support and where appropriate a managed or medically assisted withdrawal from alcohol (detox). For a confidential chat please telephone us or drop in to see us at our main base in Chesterfield.
SAIL is a registered charity, established in 1992, based in Chesterfield. We offer free, specialist counselling, drama therapy, art therapy and other complimentary therapies for adults aged 18 and over in Derbyshire who have experienced childhood sexual abuse, incest or sexual violence.
We have peer groups and a move on group for those who have completed counselling.
Sail counselling is delivered in locations across the County, service users do not have to travel to Chesterfield to access this.
Derbyshire Mind is a local mental health association, affiliated to National Mind. They are working towards better understanding and less stigmatisation of mental health as well as supporting people within the community.
RoadPeace, the national charity for road traffic victims, provides vital information and advocacy, practical and emotional support to those bereaved and injured as the result of a road crash. Support varies from telephone support, local group support, remembrance or trauma support for the bereaved and practical guidance in the form of justice and advocacy support regarding inquests and road death investigation. RoadPeace also educates and campaigns for a real reduction in danger on our roads.
Women’s Work provides group support, drop in center, outreach, one to one support and training for other organisations. The organisation also provides respite and advice and support to females who may have suffered domestic abuse, substance misuse and had an involvement in street work.
Refuge offer a range of services including refuge, outreach and resettlement support to women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, stalking, honour based violence, trafficking, forced marriage and Female Genital Mutilation.
The National Center of Domestic Violence was established to help survivors of domestic violence obtain protection against an abuser, as well as offering services to the police, probation service, domestic abuse agency workers, the legal profession and judiciary. The organisation provides free, fast and effective legal support to survivors of domestic abuse.