‘Stepping Up’ is a help service for anyone in Surrey who wants to change the way they behave towards their partner. It consists of a series of tailor-made support sessions that will help them understand more about why they behave in that way and help them to change.
The Surrey Against Domestic Abuse Partnership (SADA) has commissioned Kent, Surrey and Sussex Community Rehabilitation Company (KSS CRC) to deliver the domestic abuse intervention service, that aims to reduce offending and help make survivors and their children feel safer.
At the same time, the perpetrator’s current or ex-partner will be offered support from a dedicated link worker who will work alongside specialist Domestic Abuse Outreach Services to help them make informed and safe choices for themselves and their children.
Are you are worried about your behaviour?
If you live in Surrey and would like to refer yourself to the service or you are an agency working with someone you'd like to refer, you can do so by calling 07921 937889 or 01622 356477 or emailing SurreyDAinfo@ksscrc.scc.gsi.gov.uk.
A course manager will then be in contact to discuss the changes you want to make and to make sure you’ll benefit from the course. This will either take place face-to-face or over the phone.