Have you been
a victim of sexual assault
or rape?

Our SAFE worker can support you
and it is a free and confidential service.

Rape and sexual assault
happen far more often
than statistics indicate.

And it happens in all communities
and cultures.

The most
important thing to
remember is that it
was NOT your fault.

It is irrelevant what you were wearing,
how much you had to drink or whether you were
in your own home or out for the evening
– you did not ask to be raped or sexually assaulted.

The blame is entirely
the perpetrators.

To talk in confidence call

0333 323 1543

You do NOT have to report to the police
to access our services.

We were delighted to share ideas with visitors from Germany and Brazil

We were delighted to meet with women from GENSINE Domestic Abuse Service who provide domestic abuse services in Germany to share ideas about each other’s work. Dr Carlos, a domestic abuse researcher from Brazil came [...]

Visit from the home office to find out about local domestic abuse services

We had a visit from the Director General of Crime, Policing & Fire Paul Lincoln who came to find out about local domestic abuse services. He talked with staff and service users including our peer [...]

Improving access to domestic and sexual violence services for LGBT communities

This year together with the Diversity Trust we held a conference to launch a report on our work to improve access to domestic and sexual violence services for LGBT communities. We provided new materials and [...]

Do you have any festive gifts you could donate to the women and children in our safe houses?

Christmas is around the corner and Next Link is gearing up for what will undoubtedly be a busy period. Domestic abuse happens all year round and many women and children will be spending this Christmas [...]

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We provide support for anyone (women, men, children) who has been the victim of rape and sexual abuse across the whole of Avon and Somerset area. We also provide women’s mental health and domestic abuse support services.

Click below for links to our sister organisations:

Saturday, February 25th, 2017 at 1:53am
Thank you to @Triodos for letting us use their community room today for Homelessness Information Sharing Fair, it was great!
Friday, February 24th, 2017 at 11:20pm
Thank you so much to @Pret for donating food for our Homelessness Information Sharing event today! #whpg17
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Thanks to everyone who left comments about the importance of women only services! https://t.co/cNRiOj1kas NextLinkHousing photo
Friday, February 24th, 2017 at 10:21pm
Thank you to all who came to learn about homelessness services in Bristol! #whpg17 https://t.co/xQx49RBIhd NextLinkHousing photo
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