Safe in Sussex

Safe in Sussex provides support to victims and survivors of domestic abuse in the following ways:

- Confidential refuge provision for women and children

- Amber House Community Refuge, providing early intervention including a behavioural change programme delivered offsite supporting the whole family to end domestic abuse

- Men's domestic abuse support service in West Sussex 

- Freedom programme, a 12 week rolling course to help women understand the beliefs held by the abusive partner, to gain confidence and improve the quality of their lives.

- The Domestic Abuse Recovery Toolkit, 12 week programme helping women to overcome the psychological trauma of domestic abuse

- Adverse Childhood Recovery toolkit,  a programme for men and women who have grown up in a household where there has been trauma including but not limited domestic abuse, substance misuse, mental health

- Support for children and young people including one to one and small group work

- Educational programmes for young people helping them to make safe healthy relationships. 

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  • 09:30 to 14:30 Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
  • Safe in Sussex,

    PO Box 4127


    West Sussex

    BN11 1AF

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