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Challenging Abuse In The Home 

Helpline:  0151 494 2222

We are here for you

If you or someone you know is living with domestic abuse, we are here to offer FREE, confidential advice

Call us at 0151 494 2222 

or freephone 0800 083 7114

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How we can help

SLDAS believe that all women have the right to live live free from violence, abuse and fear. We offer FREE and accessible support to women who experience domestic violence or abuse including: 

  • Telephone and face to face emotional and practical support
  • Therapeutic programmes or self-esteem course
  • Activity groups at our Garston venue and local community buildings
  • Specific young person's services

You can read more about our services here

Since 1998 SLDAS have supported over 3000 women to overcome their experience of domestic violence and abuse.

We provide services in a range of languages, enabling as many women as possible to gain support in a language that they are most comfortable with.

Types of abuse

Domestic abuse can involve any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour, violence or abuse. It can apply to people: 

  • Aged 16 or over
  • Who are or have been intimate partners or family members
  • Any gender or sexuality

Domestic abuse can include the following types of abuse:

  • Psychological: Jealousy, humiliation, degradation, put downs, isolation from family and friends, threats of suicide, using your children to inform or report on you.
  • Physical: Beating, kicking, slapping, punching, burning, strangulation, stabbing or denying you sleep.
  • Sexual: Rape, enforced sex or prostitution, pornography, or any sexual behaviour or activity which you find unacceptable.
  • Financial: Withholding money or always calling you to account for your spending.
  • Emotional: Name calling or threats to harm you or your children.

Remember, domestic abuse is never your fault. No one deserves to be treated in any of the ways described above. You have a right to be treated with respect and kindness by your partner and your family. 

    SLDAS Accredited Volunteer 

    Training Programme

    • ** Levels 1 & 2 of SLDAS Open College accredited training programme started on 1st February 2022.  Unfortunately, we have no spaces available on this course.  

    If you are interested in becoming a volunteer and would like to attend the next training programme in September 2022, please click on the Volunteer tab from the menu and download an application pack, complete and return to:  Alternatively, contact Jacqui Gordon on 0151 494 1777 or e-mail to request an application pack.