Sutton Council has made significant changes to it’s domestic abuse services in the face of the Coronavirus pandemic. We are proud to confirm that from 1st July, Sutton Council will be able to provide face-to-face appointments to support victims of domestic abuse every Wednesday morning at Sutton Baptist Church, 21 Cheam Road, Sutton, SM1 1SN.
A domestic abuse adviser will talk with you, assess your situation and provide any further support or guidance. You will need to arrange an appointment by contacting Transform on 020 8092 7569 Monday-Friday between 9am and 5pm, or email [email protected]. Social distancing will be observed and hand washing facilities provided.
For more information on domestic abuse and the services provided by Sutton Council and it’s partners, click here
The Council’s lead on Domestic Abuse Cllr Jean Crossby said:
“Ending domestic abuse in our borough is a major priority for Sutton Council. I’m delighted that we have been able to, with the help of our partner Cranstoun, get this service up and running. The victims of domestic abuse who were already suffering at the hands of their abuser have, in the face of Coronavirus, had no choice but to spend even more time with them than before. This service will provide a vital avenue through which those affected can receive support and guidance.”