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Survivors Against Domestic Abuse (SADA)

Survivors Against Domestic Abuse (SADA) is a ground-breaking service that provides advice, guidance and support to individuals and their families who are experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse.

The service encourages and empowers victims and survivors to make decisions that are right for them, which could include applying for orders against perpetrators, fleeing an area or actively seeking support during the relationship.

In offering this service, SADA can help educate victims and survivors, and their families, to stop them entering further abusive relationships or give them the skills to help make themselves safe if they choose to stay in the relationship. The support that is offered raises awareness, helps keep victims safe and helps to reduce domestic abuse in our communities.

On behalf of Cambridgeshire County Council, SADA will be collating feedback from adults and children who have experienced domestic abuse in Cambridgeshire and Peterborough during a project which will run from 1 September 2021 until 31 August 2022.

All information shared will be completely anonymous – those providing information will not be identifiable, unless they choose to be.

For more information or to take part in the project, please contact SADA at SADAfeedbackproject@stevenage.gov.uk

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