North Surrey Domestic Abuse Service (NSDAS) supports anyone affected by domestic abuse and their children living in the boroughs of Elmbridge, Spelthorne and Epsom and Ewell. We support anybody in need of help regardless of sex, race, ability, gender, religion or income level.

We provide free, confidential and independent advice, skilled practical help and ongoing emotional support and information. For 20 years, we have helped thousands of survivors living in our local communities to feel empowered and informed to live a life free from domestic abuse harm.

Our services include one to one support, peer and group work and specialist help for children and young people.

Our impact between April 2023 and March 2024 (FY23-24)

Had 2375 individual referrals including those from the Police, Social Services and self referrals

Provided complex casework support to 966 clients and their children living in the boroughs of Elmbridge, Spelthorne and Epsom & Ewell

Supported 34 children and young people exposed to domestic abuse in one to one sessions in a safe space

Supported 118 clients through the Hope 2 Recovery and Power to Change recovery programmes

Surrey Domestic Abuse Partnership

We are a member of the Surrey Domestic Abuse Partnership, a group of four charities working together across the whole of Surrey to support survivors of domestic abuse and to build a future where domestic abuse is not tolerated.

If you live in Surrey but are not a resident of Elmbridge, Epsom and Ewell or Spelthorne boroughs, one of our partner organisations can support you.

Serving Reigate and Banstead, Mole Valley and Tandridge:

East Surrey Domestic Abuse Services
01737 771350

Serving Woking, Runnymede and Surrey Heath:

01483 776822

Serving the boroughs of Guildford and Waverley:

South West Surrey Domestic Abuse Service
01483 898884

North Surrey Domestic Abuse Service (NSDAS) became an independent charity on the 1st April 2024 – registered charity number 1203855.

The service was previously managed by Citizens Advice Elmbridge West (CAEW) – registered charity number 1094025. The annual report is therefore included in the CAEW annual accounts. A separate annual report will be published for NSDAS at the end of Financial year 2024-25.

“I honestly do not know where I would be now had it not been for the support I have received. A lifeline when I was in a very dark and scary place. The support has given me such strength”

– Survivor and client