A Journeymen Theatre production written by Lynn Morris


‘When it comes to domestic violence, it’s more than the blows that do the damage’.

Wessex Room, Corn Exchange,

Devizes, Wiltshire. SN10 1HS (Parking at Station Road car park)

Monday 9th December2019: 7 for



Open Mornings are designed for Professionals and University Students seeking to gain a better understanding of the organisation and the services we provide.  Delegate places are limited to allow for a bespoke segment which will address the delegates area of interest.


Start: 10:00am - 12:00pm

We are moving our website to a different server on 24 September 2019.

These changes will take place outside normal working hours.

The move will take place around 5pm and may involve a short outage to our users. We will be on site to work with our hosting company to ensure all additional configuration changes are made as quickly as possible, reducing any down time.

The website team


Many people worry about reporting rape and sexual assault because;


Male ISVA Clients:


Felt it was my fault

Felt Embarrassed/guilty/shame

Didn’t think I’d be believed

Wanted to get on with my life

Didn’t want to upset my family

Not trusting Police/professional

I didn’t know how to say – not having words

Confusion from professionals – not knowing what to do

Fear of being judged gay

Being seen a weak – female perpetrator

Fear of military – how I


Our stand at the Tavistock Show

Our fantastic staff, Vikki, Chloe and Sara, spent a day at Tavistock Community Festival of Food and Craft this week, and spoke to HRH, Prince Charles about our vital work, supporting families suffering from domestic abuse.

On Friday 28th September we will be migrating to a new phone system.

There is a chance you may not be able to reach us on our landlines (01225 775276 or 01225 777724) for a short time while our phone lines are ported to our new provider. We cannot be sure when this will take place so there is a chance you may also be cut off during your call.

If you experience difficulties contacting us or your worker on that day please try again.

Alternatively, email This email


Wednesday 13th June 2018 saw the official launch of Splitz latest venture in Wiltshire – The Phoenix Project. Phoenix is the new domestic abuse and sexual violence support service for Wiltshire and Swindon.

Splitz Support Service is a charity whose expertise in providing support to children, families and adults has been recognised locally for almost 30 years as a quality service. We want to strengthen our Board of Trustees by recruiting new trustees who can bring business and other skills and have an interest in supporting our work in the voluntary sector and in enabling people to reach and sustain independence.

Yesterday, the 18th June 2018, the Devon team, along with our LEESAR Partners and guest speakers put on a series of presentations to an audience of 70 individuals from stakeholder organisations.

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