Temporary Restrictions

To all our service-users, professional colleagues and supporters in Devon and Wiltshire we would like to let you know that we have taken the decision to stop all face to face work and to limit our attendance at meetings to conference calling only. This decision was not taken lightly, but we need to ensure that our staff team remain healthy and able to continue to support families.

We will still be taking referrals and will be available on the telephone and by emails.Please follow the links below for any area specific variations to services.

We thank you for your patience during these difficult times. Stay safe.

Splitz Management Team

Wiltshire

Coronavirus Swindon/Wiltshire 

Information for clients and professionals

The safety and wellbeing of our clients and staff is especially important to us. We are closely monitoring government and public health organisation announcements for guidance and we want to let you know that in most cases we will continue to provide access to services although the way they are delivered have changed. 

Swindon Wilshire ISVA service: Call 01793 317482.  (Monday to Thursday 9am – 2.00pm)

If you know your ISVA’s direct number or email please contact them direct

If you are in an emergency or in crisis for help and support the following services are available

  • Emergency Services at 999  Non-emergency 101
  • The SARC - Sexual Assault Referral Centre on 01793 781916
  • Samaritans at 116 123 (samaritans.org.uk)
  • Survivors Trust Helpline at 0808 801 0818 (thesurvivorstrust.org)
  • 24 Hour Domestic Violence Helpline at 0808 2000 247 (womensaid.org.uk)
  • Hub of Hope at hubofhope.co.uk

Wiltshire Single Point of Access (SPA) Team.

Call 01225 775 276.   (8:00am - 5:00pm Monday - Friday)

Swindon Domestic Abuse Service.

Call  01793 610 610  (Out of hours)  

SPA Team:  This service will remain open.  However, staff may be working remotely. Wherever possible please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you have any queries and make referrals online https://splitz.org/referral-forms.html

Planned Support

Face to Face Support: This service will stop and telephone support will be offered. 

Telephone Support:  This will be available, but you may speak to a different worker at a different time from originally planned.

Additional Support Services: 

For further advice about the Coronavirus https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

Contact us

If you are a victim seeking support and our phone lines are busy please do leave a message.

Tell us our full name, when it is safe to call you back and a safe phone number or email address. If you want us to text you instead please tell us that too.

Remember if you feel in immediate danger please phone 999

If you are a professional calling or emailing us, please also leave us a message including:

The full name and date of birth of the adult, your contact details (phone and/or email). If you know the name of the staff member who is, or has supported your client and you have their mobile phone number or email address (usually This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) please contact them directly

All our email addresses and answer machine facilities are fully secure and can only be accessed by designated vetted staff.

Which areas do we cover

Domestic abuse services are provided in the Wiltshire Council local authority area.

Sexual violence services are provided in Wiltshire Council local authority area and the Borough of Swindon.

How to refer to us

We accept self-referrals and agency referrals. For self-referrals please call our Single Point of Access (SPA ) on 01225 775276, or complete the online self-referral on our website. For agency referrals, we ask for a professionals referral form and DASH risk assessment form to be sent by secure email. We do not accept referrals by post and no longer have a fax.

Risk Assessment

It would greatly assist the referral process if the referring agency completed a standard DASH risk assessment form. This form is issued by Safe Lives and used by agencies across the country.

If a risk assessment results in a high score (14 or more yes answers) and there has been an incident in the last three months, the individual needs to be referred to the MARAC and to find the Wiltshire referral form go to the SafeLives website. Please note that when a referral form is sent to MARAC it should also be sent to Splitz using secure email.

Our secure email address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.You can only send a secure email if your secure email provider is registered with CJSM, our secure email provider.

Splitz will also provide support to perpetrators of domestic abuse and sexual violence unless they are currently under investigation, then support will stop.

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