The Phoenix Project at Splitz Support Service: How can they support you?
The Phoenix Project at Splitz Support Service
Domestic abuse can be recent or historical and can effect adults, children and families.
In Wiltshire, we are lucky that Splitz Support Service help people identify, come to terms with and overcome their difficulties and challenges.
The service works to end domestic abuse in partnership with individuals, communities and other agencies by providing high quality support and generating solutions that are appropriate to each individual's needs.
The emotional and practical support they provide helps victims to stay safe, access specialist services and consider options. Refuge accommodation is also available across the county.
Splitz Support Service is commissioned in partnership with Wiltshire Council.
Angus Macpherson, Wiltshire and Swindon's Police and Crime Commissioner, supports the service financially and in partnership with other commissioners, statutory partners and support services in Wiltshire.
He said: "The Phoenix Project at Splitz Support Service are a great resource and one that I am proud to support.
"The service operates the Independent Domestic Abuse Advisors (IDVA) service in Wiltshire which helps coordinate work with partners in local refuges and places of safety.
"It is also understandable that some people may find it difficult in reporting domestic abuse to the police. Splitz can support you through the initial report as well as the criminal justice system process, if you wish to take this route".