COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and Domestic Abuse Services
The Sutton Domestic Abuse One Stop Shop is OPEN.
In light of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak and in response to national Public Health advice, changes to our domestic abuse services have been made over the
past few months.
The Sutton Domestic Abuse One Stop Shop which runs on a Wednesday morning as a drop-in session is now open again.
Our Independent Domestic Abuse Advisers (IDVAs) are available to offer face-to-face support and guidance to help you at Sutton Baptist Church, 21 Cheam Road, Sutton
SM1 1SN on Wednesday mornings from 9.30am - 11.30am.
The drop-in sessions will be conducted with COVID-19 safety measures in place, i.e. observing social distancing; ensuring that hand washing facilities are available etc.
If you or anyone you know is experiencing domestic abuse support is available - contact Transform on 020 8092 7569 (Monday-Friday, 9am-5pm) or email
In an emergency, always dial 999.
Sutton Council is providing the latest information and advice on the current COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation on its website.
A signposting information sheet for residents and practitioners is available to download here.
The Tuesday Club is a social evening event for and including Adults aged 18 to 90 plus who are disabled, have a disability as well with those with different levels of learning difficulties. The fornightly discos were disbanded due to Covid-19 but we hope to restart this popular activity in early September.
The discos are held between 6.30 till 9.30pm on alternative Tuesday evenings at the Civic Offices premises in Meeting Room G5. This club is run by volunteers. The planned restart of September 2020 may change as due to the pandemic we need to be vigilant as we have a number of serivce users who live in the care service.
Crimestoppers has launched our #SlaveryonYourDoorstep campaign which is due to end on Wednesday 15 July.
With the pandemic lockdown restrictions being eased we expect the number of visible victims of Modern Slavery to rise. Crimestoppers is urging the general public to pay particular interest to workers in the following sectors; contract cleaning, agriculture, in nail bars, hand cash wash facilities, factories.
Our aim is to raise awareness of the signs to spot, so in the event, someone does see something they are confident to speak up. I’ve attached a selection of imagery to choose from in the hope your social media team are able to share on your social media channels. Alternativity they could retweet/ share content from our channels Facebook – Twitter – Linkedin. Suggested template messaging – please note our handle is different across channels:
Twitter: Speak up for those that can’t. Learn the signs to spot of modern slavery. #SlaveryonYourDoorstep. Tell the charity @CrimestoppersUK what you know 100% anonymously - 0800 555 111 or online: https://bit.ly/37WMCVQ
Facebook: Speak up for those that can’t. Learn the signs to spot of modern slavery. Tell the charity @Crimestoppers what you know 100% anonymously - 0800 555 111 or online: https://bit.ly/37WMCVQ
Attached is copy of the leaflet which has been endorsed by the Salvation Army, GLAA and Anti-Slavery Commissioner. We’ll be adding multiple language versions for download to our campaign page in the coming weeks.
Sutton Uplift is an innovative service which is designed to support your health and wellbeing in a number of ways including:
• Wellbeing Support and Workshops
• Psychological Therapy
• Mental Health Assessments
• Recovery Support
Sutton Uplift is a partnership between South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust and local voluntary sector organisations.
The service is available to people who are 18 years and over and live in Sutton or have a Sutton GP.
If you are interested in our service you can contact us by calling (Freephone) 0800 032 1411 or 020 3513 4044 (charged at your network rate). Lines are open 9am to 6pm.
You can also visit our website www.suttonuplift.co.uk and complete an online self-referral form.
Jubilee Health Centre, East Building
6 Stanley Park Road
Surrey SM6 0EX
Fax: 020 3513 4455