So we’re here to provide emotional, personal and practical support and advice to everyone involved. We have supported families affected by domestic abuse for 40 years and we specialise in supporting people through the challenges they face. Please visit our Instagram page for our new booklets for teenagers and young people.
We offer a weekly drop in advice clinic, a monthly legal clinic and a range of groups offering recovery and support as well as a counselling service and specialist children’s programmes.
Maybe you have doubts about your relationship – or you’re feeling threatened or unsafe.
Perhaps you have concerns about your own behaviour. Or you might be worried about a friend or relative.
Whatever the reason, we have the right people, in the right place, at the right time to help you.
In Summer 2020 a group of domestic abuse survivors in Cheshire came together to write a poem that would…
Tell the world how it feels to live with an abuser
Tell other survivors they’re not alone
Show that there’s no “typical” victim
Provide hope for anyone who feels trapped
This poem was written by real women with real experiences of what being a domestic abuse survivor means to them.
Cheshire Without Abuse is based at: Lilly Jones Centre, Brook Street, Crewe, CW2 7DE
We have offices in Chester, Crewe, Ellesmere Port, Knowsley, Halton, Northwich, Macclesfield, St.Helens and Warrington as well as offering outreach support in locations across Cheshire and Merseyside.
Our core ethos is to ensure we provide free community based support that is tailored towards the needs of people affected by sexual violence. All members of the team are highly motivated towards raising society’s awareness of the prevalence and consequences of sexual violence as well as helping to challenge common myths and unhelpful perceptions.
We are here for you! Our #counselling team are available for support throughout the coming weeks. If you would like to access counselling with us, please call us on 0330 363 0063 or simply fill in the self referral below. #Cheshire #Warrington https://t.co/Hit1VmWqAP pic.twitter.com/JclRyuBZLL
— RASASC Cheshire&Mers (@RapeSupport) November 6, 2020
The service is confidential and is not time-session restricted but based on individual client’s needs. Survive is a small, independent registered charity – 1047103.
To arrange counselling sessions, or learn more about Survive, please call or email us. Following this, a first appointment can be made with the counselling co-ordinator in order to assess how Survive can best meet your needs.
We are able to offer day time and early evening appointments.
Survive offers an open door policy enabling you to take a break whenever appropriate.
156 Nantwich Road, Crewe, Cheshire.