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Trondheim Crisis Centre

24-hour telephone hotline: 73523420

 
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About us

Trondheim Crisis Centre’s employees are very competent and have much experience in meeting people who are, or who have been, subjecte ...

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LGBT-related information

Research indicates LGBT persons, especially, as being persons exposed to violence in close personal relationships, amongst other thin ...

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Information for the elderly

Violence against the elderly in close personal relations affects both genders and occurs in all social strata of society. Violence ag ...

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Information for children and youth

Violence can have serious consequences for children’s development, not only when it comes to their neurological, cognitive and emotio ...

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Information for men

Men also sometimes experience violence in their close personal relationships, be it by a girlfriend, a partner or a family member. Th ...

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Information for women

In Norway, one out of four women has experienced some form of violence or threats of violence. Men and women experience violence from ...

Offerings at the Crisis Centre

Conversational offering

You do not need a referral to contact us.

Our conversational offering is for women and men who are, or who have been, exposed to violence.

Not everyone has a need to stay at Trondheim Crisis Centre. With us, you can talk about your situation. Together with you, we will discuss what your options are.

You must arrange in advance for a conversation with us. You can have a conversation with us during the day or during the evening.

The offering is free of charge and we will order an interpreter if needed.

Residential offering

You do not need a referral to contact us.

Trondheim Crisis Centre provides a 24-hour temporary residential offering for women and men exposed to violence in their close personal relationships, regardless of whether or not they have children. The residential offering is for persons who are in need of protection.

We provide the service regardless of a person’s gender, age, nationality, sexual orientation or gender identity.

We will order an interpreter if needed.

If you so wish, you can also receive follow-up from Trondheim Crisis Centre after you move out.

24-hour telephone hotline


Our hotline is open 24 hours a day, all year long. By calling it, you can receive advice, support and guidance. You can choose to remain anonymous if you so wish.

We have a duty of confidentiality.

See the phone number further below on this page.

Course offering

Course for women exposed to violence in close personal relationships

This course is for women who have experienced violence in close personal relationships, but who are now in a secure situation in life.

The ICDP parental guidance course

This course is for parents whose goal is to improve their abilities as caregivers.

The course instructor has a duty of confidentiality.

Do you want to participate?

If so, please contact Trondheim Crisis Centre by telephone or e-mail.

Contact us

24-hour telephone hotline

73 52 34 20

E-mail: krisesenteret.trondheim@trondheim.kommune.no

  • Our hotline is open 24 hours a day, all year long.
  • By calling it, you can receive advice, support and guidance.
  • All our services are free of charge.
  • You can choose to remain anonymous if you so wish.

We have a duty of confidentiality.

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