Domestic Abuse

Hear from some of our providers and service users

A short video featuring interviews with some of our providers and service users.

Stepping Up: Engaging with perpetrators of domestic abuse

A new intervention service which gives perpetrators of domestic abuse a chance to seek help has been launched – the first of its kind in Surrey. The initiative, called Stepping Up, enables adults who recognise

Victim Support Champions

Surrey Minority Ethnic Forum (SMEF) is a community organisation with charity and company status. It has fifty two

Support to Domestic Abuse Refuges

There are a number of refuges located across Surrey that act as safe houses in secret locations for women

Surrey’s Domestic Abuse Outreach Service

Outreach services offer an independent, confidential, listening service to anyone affected by domestic abuse. They are free and impartial services, which can assist by giving practical help and emotional support as well as providing information

Understanding Coercive Control with Professor Evan Stark

On 29 December 2015, coercive and controlling behaviour in an intimate or family relationship became a criminal offence, which carries a maximum sentence of five years in prison. Coercive control is a pattern of behaviour