NDAS’s Service Manager, Karen Richardson, attended an event raising awareness about Reducing Parental Control (RPC).
Parental Conflict can often be perceived as a form of domestic abuse but in a lot of cases once the parents have separated the issues are often about child access, maintenance etc.
There is strong evidence that conflict between parents – whether together or separated – can have a significant negative impact on children’s mental health and long-term life-chanc
We have now set up a donation account, whereby you can support us by texting your donation! To make a donation, text 'HELPNDAS' to 70085 to donate £10. This costs £10 plus a std rate message. Alternatively, you can opt to give any whole amount up to £20. Thanks! For example HELPNDAS 3 will donate £3.
We are pleased to announce that we are playing once again at the Vault, Hexham on Saturday 28th March. http://www.tynedalefineartproducts.co.uk/the-baboons-charity-fundraiser-for-ndas-saturday-28th-march-2020-doors-7-30pm/?fbclid=IwAR12BhULZ2_0EBVcSAKiykDvuW88EfTxBXwckAE0u-riI_8dYV0J57Q7H5c
This time we will be supporting NDAS https://www.nda.services/ (Northumberland Domestic Abuse Services, formerly 608030).
Please come along to support a valuable, local charity and have
"Throwing cups across the room, punching walls, screaming in your face, mimicking you, insulting you, telling you they could do better, telling you you are useless and good for nothing, mocking you constantly in an effort to make you feel stupid, controlling the finances, isolating you and controlling who you socialize with..."
NDAS would like to say a big thank you to our Facebook followers for the £104 donations we received this morning and also for the £162.82 received through Local Giving. Thank you for your continued support.
Our manager Karen got to catch up with the community midwives at an information event and was told about the brilliant service - Continuity Matters! Good luck to the fabulous Community Midwives with Continuity Matters benefiting new Mothers and Mothers to be across Northumberland.