We are a Surrey based charity supporting survivors of Domestic Abuse
We offer sanctuary, support and empowerment to anyone affected by Domestic Abuse.
All our services are confidential. Please click the photos below for further information on the services we offer.
Available between 9am and 9pm, every day of the year. We offer support, information and signposting.
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Our Community Outreach Service is for women experiencing Domestic Abuse who
are living or working in North-West Surrey.
We run two safe houses in North-West Surrey for women and children fleeing Domestic Abuse.
Our Community Outreach Service is for men experiencing Domestic Abuse and living in Surrey.
We offer therapeutic 1:1 support for children aged 5-16 years as well as group recovery programmes (via professional referrals only).
“Since we have come to the refuge my son has become a very happy and confident boy. Before we came here he was very shy and wouldn't leave my side, but now he is quite happy to play with other children.”
- Your Sanctuary Refuge Resident -
“Thank you so much for all of your help and support, I definitely wouldn't have the strength to do this without you supporting me."
- Your Sanctuary Outreach Client -
Domestic Abuse In Surrey
We are part of the Surrey Domestic Abuse Partnership (SDAP) which is a group of independent charities who work together across the whole of Surrey to support survivors of Domestic Abuse and to build a future where Domestic Abuse is not tolerated in our communities.
Your Sanctuary News
Have you been given a gift that isn't quite your 'style'? Wondering what to do with the extra Christmas toiletries that you've got lying around?
We are looking for brand new items to sell on Ebay to raise vital) funds.
These can include things such as:
Please note - we cannot accept donations of any goods that are used/ opened.
If you can help, please call our head office on 01483 776868 or contact us using the button below.
Domestic Abuse Bill 2020
"In the year ending March 2019, an estimated 2.4 million adults aged 16 to 74 years experienced domestic abuse in the last year (1.6 million women and 786,000 men).
The Bill aims to ensure that victims have the confidence to come forward and report their experiences, safe in the knowledge that the state will do everything it can, both to support them and their children and pursue the abuser."
COVID19 - A Perfect Storm
"On Tuesday 18th August Women’s Aid released a new report: A Perfect Storm – The impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on domestic abuse survivors and the services supporting them.
The report shows how domestic abuse has worsened during the Covid-19 pandemic. It examines the impact on survivors and their children; how abusers use the pandemic as a tool of abuse; and how the services supporting survivors are affected."
Thank you to all of our wonderful supporters!
Woking Borough Council
Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government
The Office of Police and Crime Commissioners in Surrey
Surrey County Council
BBC Children in Need
The Lloyds Bank Foundation
Community Foundation for Surrey
American Women of Surrey
The Mother’s Union
Masonic Relief Chest Scheme
Thanks also go to all our individual donors, regular givers, schools, supermarkets, local churches and other organisations who make such a wonderful contribution.