Is Domestic Abuse Affecting You?
You’re not alone - Safer is here to help.

We’re a Bailiwick of Guernsey charity which helps victims of domestic abuse. We are here to help you feel safer and support you as you make changes to escape abuse. If you think you’re in an abusive relationship, or are being affected by domestic abuse, things can change. If you want advice for yourself, or for someone else, you can contact us. Click the button below to get help.

Want to know more about domestic abuse and services in the Bailiwick?

Safer runs awareness training courses and also provides more specialist training. Click the button below to see which course might suit you.

Become a Friend of Safer...

Would you like to help us support victims of domestic abuse?

How You Can Help

You can support Safer in many different ways: with time, ideas, money,
or with your workplace’s Corporate Social Responsibility program.

We always welcome volunteers, whether that’s to work within the refuge,
to help organise events, shake a tin, or even to join the Friends of Safer

If you’re looking to donate, we have monthly donation plans which you
can sign up for on the website, or you can give a one-off donation.

If you’re interested in learning more about domestic abuse, we hold
quarterly awareness courses, as well as other courses throughout the

Are you ready to become a Friend of Safer?

Click a the link below to be taken to the right place

Upcoming Events

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    Friday 3rd February 2017 starting at 7 pm


    This will be a fun event celebrating the month of love. All you Need is Love Ball will have music, raffle, games, and a few suprises.

    How Much?

    All for just £500 per table of 10 or £50 per person .


    The Ball will be at the St Pierre Park Hotel on Friday 3rd February 2017 starting at 7 pm and will include food and live music.

    February 3 @ 7:00 pm - February 4 @ 12:00 am at St Pierre Park Hotel
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Contact us

If you want to get in touch, simply fill in the form below. If you’re looking for help in an emergency, call 999, otherwise head to our Get Help Now page.