You can come to the centre and discuss your situation with us in person during the daytime. If you need an interpreter, we will provide one for you.
Here you will meet one of our workers, who will listen to what you have to say and will find out what we can help you with. Our worker is trained to show proper care and to help you sort thoughts, emotions and find a way out of a violent situation. Further follow-up contact with the crisis centre can be assessed and agreed based on your needs. We can also accompany you to other help agencies and help you fill out papers.
It costs nothing to come in for a daytime conversation, and you do not need to be referred by anyone. If you need to talk further with us or need follow-up, we can set up an appointment, or you can ring us when you have a need to talk.