Drop-in

Our women’s centre offers practical and emotional support, information and advice.  There is access to phones, computers and lunch with support from staff and volunteers.  Open on Monday and Wednesday afternoons from 1 p.m. until 3 p.m.

 

“I love coming here and being able to express my struggles as a prostitute without judgement, I never feel less of a woman being as truthful as I need. Thank you for accepting me as a client and for all the kind work and practical help you provide, thank you xoxo”

Homeless women and females on low incomes will benefit from a service set up to provide free sanitary products at Norwich’s main libraries.

The Tricky Period project involves the libraries taking donations of products and handing them out to people who cannot afford them, with no questions asked about proof of eligibility.

Staff at Tuckswood, Earlham, West Earlham, Mile Cross, Plumstead Road, St Williams Way and The Millennium libraries have been taking in donations of tampons, sanitary towels and carrier bags for the last few weeks ready to start the scheme on Thursday 28 September.

The Magdalene Group supports this initiative & can provide its service-users with any sanitary products they require.

Other Services

 

Includes regular drop-ins from local drug and alcohol service Change, Grow Live, where you can be assessed and access support. Women can also access support from Job Centre Plus, Norfolk Community Law Service and Pathways through our drop-in.