East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services (ESDAS)

East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services (ESDAS)

Charity information

East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services (ESDAS)

We provide specialist advocacy, advice, information and support to anyone affected by domestic abuse and violence within their homes or relationships living or working with East Surrey.

Founded 1993

  • Mission statement

    Our aim is to relieve the need, hardship and distress of those who have suffered due to domestic abuse and violence. In particular we aim to achieve this goal through provision of direct services to survivors and their children. These services include provision of specialist advocacy, advice, information and support through Outreach Services, Children's Services, Group Work, Counselling, Volunteering and Family Work. We strive to empower those who have experienced domestic abuse and violence to take control of their lives and fulfil their potential. Maximising safety and wellbeing as well as long term recovery and hope are crucial to our service delivery. Our service users are fully involved in the development of our services by helping us to shape our services to effectively meet their needs and fill any gaps in provision.

  • Aims

    East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services (ESDAS) aims to:

    • Reduce risk and maximise safety
    • Promote recovery through empowerment
    • Promote awareness about healthy relationships to encourage more positive futures
    • Enable survivors to be heard and influence how services respond to those experiencing domestic abuse
    • Support an ethos that promotes equality and a life free from violence and abuse
  • Overview

    Established: April 1993

    Registered Charity Number: 1092643

    Board members: 8

    Full time staff: 4

    Part time staff: 11

    Volunteers: 35

    Phone number: 01737 771780

    Address: Suite A, Redhill Chambers, 2D High St, Redhill, Surrey RH1 1RJ

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