Adults and children who experience any kind of violence in close relationships can receive help. Violence can be physical, psychological, sexual, material or financial and is harmful to all concerned. Help is there to provide support and belief in people’s own ability.
Kriscentrum deals with violence in close relationships issues. Violence in close relationships includes:
Kriscentrum always has the child’s best interest in mind. To create a basis for a safe childhood parents need an increased understanding of children’s development and needs.
Staff at the centre are trained male and female sociologists and psychotherapists with extensive experience of psychosocial evaluation and treatment.
Kriscentrum (The crisis centre) provides help and support to anyone at risk through individual initiatives and/or in groups. Contacting us is voluntary and confidential. No contact is registered and no records are kept. If you contact us yourself you will remain anonymous.
We are however liable to report the matter to the social services if we are made aware of a child that needs protection, such as if a child is at risk or is witnessing violence.
Interpreters are available if required.
|Police||Norra Källegatan 3||035-114 14|
|County Hospital||A&E||035-13 10 00|
|County council's public health line||Health advice 24/7||1177|
|Social services||Consultancy||035-13 70 00|
|Social services||Family guidance||035-18 27 20|
|Social services||On-call - evenings, nights and weekends||112|
|Victim support||Someone to talk to||035-12 48 24|
|Women's crisis centre Viktoria||035-12 88 88|
|BRIS||Children's rights in society||035-11 61 11|
|Kvinnofridslinjen (helpline for women under threat of violence)||020-50 50 50|