REFER TO SIDASS

guidance FOR SURVIVORS

We have been supporting survivors of domestic abuse in Salford since 1975. We can support survivors:

  • Age 16 and above

  • Men and women

  • Those in need of refuge

  • Those experiencing honour based violence and forced marriage

  • Survivors who choose not to report to the police.

 

If you want to be referred you can call our helpline in the strictest confidence on: 0161 793 3232.

Lines are open Monday-Friday from 1pm-4pm.

If the line is busy, please leave a message requesting a call back and we will get back to you.

 

For more information about SIDASS and what we can do to help, see the booklet.

SIDASS - Guidance for survivors

guidance FOR PROFESSIONALS

Organisations operating within the Salford Community Safety Partnership can refer by submitting a completed DASH RIC to

*See list of Organisations operating within the Salford Community Safety Partnership below*

 

Organisations operating outside the Salford Community Safety Partnership can refer by a Non-DASH referral form which should be downloaded from below, completed and emailed to SIDASS@salford.gov.uk.

For more information for professionals, see the booklet.

List of Organisations operating within the Salford Community Safety Partnership:

  • Cheshire and Greater Manchester Community Rehabilitation Company

  • Crown Prosecution Service

  • Forest Bank Prison

  • Forviva Housing

  • Greater Manchester Ambulance Service

  • Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce

  • Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service

  • Greater Manchester Police – Salford Division

  • HM Prison Service

  • Manchester and Salford Magistrate’s Court

  • National Health Service

  • National Probation Service

  • Pendleton Together

  • Registered Social Landlords

  • Salford City Council

  • Salford Clinical Commissioning Group

  • Salford Community and Voluntary Services

  • Salix Homes Limited

  • Social Services

  • Transport for Greater Manchester

  • University of Salford

  • Victim Support and Witness Service

  • Youth Offending Service

Salford Women’s Aid Helpline – 0161 793 3232
Lines are open Monday to Friday 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
24-hour National Domestic Violence Helpline - Freephone 0808 2000 247
Call 999 if you are in immediate danger.

Registered Charity Number – 1089851