Contact Us

We provide free, confidential, independent and impartial advice to anyone affected by domestic abuse in Guildford & Waverley.

Email us in confidence

In an emergency, please dial 999

swr@swsda.org.uk

We aim to reply to email enquiries within 48 hours.

Remember your email address needs to be safe for replies.

Everything you tell us will be treated in absolute confidence and all records are stored securely. See Privacy Policy for more information.

Call us in confidence

In an emergency, please dial 999.

If you would like to speak in confidence to a specialist outreach worker please call:

01483 898884

Open: Monday to Friday 9am to 4pm

Your call will be answered by a trained Domestic Abuse Support Worker. If we are unable to answer your call please leave a short message with safe contact details and we will ring you back.

We also have a 24 hour answerphone which operates outside office hours and also during office hours should we be unable to answer the telephone. If the phone is unanswered please leave a short clear message with safe contact details and we will ring you back.

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icon_phone Calls cost 5p per minute from landlines. Calls from mobile phones will vary and may be considerably more.

What we do for you

We provide practical help, advice and emotional support as well as information and advice on a wide range of issues which includes civil injunctions, criminal proceedings, housing, benefits, safety planning and the needs of children affected by domestic abuse.

How we help

Support can be given by telephone or, where appropriate and safe, with one to one meetings.  We offer anything from a one off opportunity to talk, to longer term ongoing support and assistance depending on your needs. We will also help you deal with other agencies, in an advocacy role, to help you get the services or information that you need. This means we will support you in talking to the police, legal services, housing or benefits agencies etc, according to your wishes and needs. We can also to talk to you about how to get appropriate legal information and advice.

We can assist by giving practical help, advice and emotional support as well as providing information and advice on a wide range of issues which includes civil injunctions, criminal proceedings, housing, benefits, safety planning and the needs of children affected by domestic abuse.

We will research your options and look at the possible outcomes of different courses of action. We will not tell you what to do but encourage you to make your own decisions.

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