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Welcome to North Devon Against Domestic Abuse (NDADA) website.  Here you will find information about domestic abuse, what it is, what it means to families and how to get help.

NDADA is a registered charity and our free service covers Northern Devon i.e. North Devon and Torridge District Council areas. Outreach type services across Devon are now provided by Splitz on 0345 155 1074

ANYONE can experience domestic abuse - it can occur regardless of ethnicity, religion, class, gender, age, sexuality, disability or lifestyle. It can also occur in a range of relationships including heterosexual, gay, lesbian, bi-sexual and transgender. NDADA supports all sections of our community with a range of services for women, men and children and young people.

Any violent, abusive, controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour by someone close to you - this could be a partner, an ex-partner or a family member – is domestic violence and abuse. The abuse can be physical, emotional, sexual or financial. It can include bullying, intimidation, humiliation and isolation – you can experience domestic abuse without having broken bones or bruises.

All children and young people living with domestic violence and abuse are also at risk of emotional harm and in some cases may be directly abused as well.

Please use the drop down menus to navigate the site and find the information you need, you can exit the site immediately by clicking the emergency exit button.  If you need information about covering your tracks on your computer you can get details here