KIDAS (Kent Integrated Domestic Abuse Service)

KIDAS (Kent Integrated Domestic Abuse Service)

The Kent Integrated Domestic Abuse Service (KIDAS) offer a person-centred, holistic range of support services to victims and their families in Kent, with support available including;
  1. Safe refuge accommodation
  2. Specialist Independent Domestic Violence Advisors (IDVA) support
  3. Community Outreach Services
  4. Therapeutic and group programmes (e.g. Freedom Programme)
  5. Sanctuarys provision (adaptations to make the home safer)
  6. Assistance with legal issues including seeking court orders and access to legal advice.
  7. Emergency welfare assistance for clients in crisis (food, energy, travel)
Support can be accessed by contacting Victim Support for assessment and referral to your local service via the phone number below or the Live Chat facility.
You can also create a free account on My Support Space, an online resource containing interactive guides to help you manage the impact that crime has had on you.

Call 0808 168-9111 Open hours: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year

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