Do you want to talk to someone about domestic abuse

Call the Somerset Domestic Abuse 

support number (DAFFS)  

0800 69 49 999

 “calls maybe chargeable from mobile phones”


Welcome to the Somerset Survivors website, which has information and advice for anyone affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence in Somerset.


We have organised our website into a small number of sections.


Please select an area you wish to view by clicking on any of the images below, or alternatively use the site navigation menu provided on the left hand side of this page.


The Sixth (& latest) edition of Somerset's new domestic abuse newsletter, can be found below!


Domestic abuse
Directory information
Safety Plan


Learn more about Cyberstalking - helping you to be safe-online! Get more information here 



Free Training in Somerset


You can learn more about how to recognise the signs of domestic abuse, and what support can be provided to someone experiencing domestic abuse, with the Safer Somerset Partnership's range of courses, - for all agencies/professionals working in Somerset.


Take a look at our training programme here 



Do You Know How You Can Access Somerset's Specialist Domestic Abuse Services?



For Yourself, a Friend or Relative

If you are experiencing domestic abuse yourself, or are a friend or relative of someone who is, and would like advice 


Please telephone the confidential Somerset Domestic Abuse 

Support Line on 0800 69 49 999*


calls maybe chargeable from mobile phones” 


(Available 24hours a day, 365 days per year. Is answered locally in Somerset, 8am-7pm Mon-Fri, and 9-1pm Saturday. At all other times, is answered by the confidential National Domestic Violence Helpline run by Refuge and Women's Aid).


For Your Clients

If you are a professional working in Somerset, and have a client who is experiencing domestic abuse then please consider referring them to one of our local specialist services! 


Please read this flowchart pathway below, for information on how to access either the specialist outreach or accommodation services


or visit the SIDAS page here