Self Injury Support

For women and girls affected by self-injury, trauma and abuse.

Twitter: @sisupportorguk

Facebook: www.facebook.com/sisupportorguk

Telephone01179 279 600



Men’s Advice Line

Men’s Advice Line is a confidential helpline for men experiencing domestic violence from a partner or ex-partner (or from other family members).



Telephone0808 801 0327

Email info@mensadviceline.org.uk


Concerns for an Adult or Child

If you are at risk of abuse, neglect or harm, or you suspect someone else is, please report it now.

In emergencies dial 999.


Telephone: 0300 470 9100
Email: ascmash@surreycc.gov.uk (available 09:00-17:00, Monday to Friday)


Telephone: 0300 470 9100
Email: cspa@surreycc.gov.uk (available 09:00-17:00, Monday to Friday)

Out of hours

Telephone: 01483 517 898
Website: www.surreycc.gov.uk/raising-concerns-and-staying-safe

Rape And Sexual Abuse Support Centre

RASASC, based in the centre of Guildford, offers support to anyone in Surrey, including counselling, awareness talks and an off-road cycle scheme.

Twitter: @HelpRASASC

Telephone: 0800 0288 022 

Website: www.rasasc.org

Your Sanctuary

They offer sanctuary, support and empowerment to anyone affected by Domestic Abuse. All of their services are confidential and their staff and volunteers will listen to you and provide information, emotional and practical support for as long as you need it.

Telephone: 01483 776822

Website: www.yoursanctuary.org.uk

Kiran Project

Kiran Project offers support to Asian women and children fleeing domestic violence and abuse.

Telephone020 8558 1986

Email: info@kiranss.org.uk

Website: www.kiranss.org.uk

Domestic Abuse Awareness Week 14-20 June

This year’s Domestic Abuse Awareness Week is 14 – 20 June. The county-wide approach is to raise awareness of domestic abuse and the various forms it comes in, with a focus on coercive control. Messaging is targeted at those who are in unhealthy/toxic relationships whether that be those being abused or the abuser. Young people are also being encouraged to spot the signs of unhealthy relationships.

View the related news post for more information.

Domestic abuse: how to get help

The Home Office is running a domestic abuse campaign, raising awareness of the support and advice currently available.

Website: www.gov.uk/domestic-abuse-how-to-get-help


Solace sexual assault referral centre is a place where you can talk in total confidence about the experience and receive much needed care and support from understanding professionals.

Telephone: 0300 130 3036

Website: www.solacesarc.org.uk

YUVA (Youth Using Violence and Aggression)

The Domestic Violence Intervention Project (DVIP) has a new service in Surrey – the YUVA (Youth Using Violence and Aggression) Service

The YUVA service at DVIP, a division of Richmond Fellowship, incorporates a whole family model to address young people who use abuse or aggression toward family members or intimate partners. The primary aim is to increase the safety of families and support young people to maintain positive relationships. The service consists of 2 separate but integrated services:

  • The young person programme, which works directly with young people who are using violence/abuse toward their family or intimate partner.
  • A support service consisting of a combination of 1:1 sessions for siblings and/or intimate partners, and a structured parents group

Who is the service for?

  • Young people between 11 and 18 years old and up to 25 where young people have additional needs.
  • Parents/carers, siblings, or intimate partners affected by young people’s violence/abuse.

Where does the work take place?

Sessions take place face to face in school or community centres, but can also take place remotely as needed.

Who can refer?

Referrals can be made by families through our online portal or by emailing dvip.yuva@richmondfellowship.org.uk.

Following referral, we will carry out a suitability assessment with the young person to assess their motivation to engage with the programme, as well as assess any family members or partners involved. After that, a total of 10 face-to-face sessions is offered. A consent form needs to be signed by the parent/carer before work can start with young people.