Our SAFE worker can support you and it is a free and confidential service.
And it happens in all communities and cultures.
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.
The highlight for us was our Information Sharing Event for Bristol Women’s Services. This was an opportunity to find out about women’s services in Bristol with guest speakers, light refreshments and agencies providing services for [...]
Thanks to Sue Mountstevens, Police and Crime Commissioner, for leading our march and to everyone who came along and supported it. We chose this occasion to launch our zero tolerance pledge.
You do NOT have to report to the police to access our services.
We also provide women’s mental health and domestic abuse support services.
Click below for links to our sister organisations:
An online resource for anyone wanting to know more about specialist sexual violence support services in the South West.
Great to meet Thangam Debbonaire today and listen to DV survivors' voices @ThangamMP pic.twitter.com/4EqzpcZimH— Next Link (@NextLinkHousing) April 4, 2018
Great to meet Thangam Debbonaire today and listen to DV survivors' voices @ThangamMP pic.twitter.com/4EqzpcZimH
Thank you very much to SLS for donating 140 easter eggs to our Complex Needs, South Glos and Bristol safehouses #EasterEgg #deedsnotwords #Sharing pic.twitter.com/2nXk9oceam— Next Link (@NextLinkHousing) March 26, 2018
Thank you very much to SLS for donating 140 easter eggs to our Complex Needs, South Glos and Bristol safehouses #EasterEgg #deedsnotwords #Sharing pic.twitter.com/2nXk9oceam