SARSAS work with women who have a learning disability or autism. Our support workers provide:

  • Information about healthy relationships and consent
  • Ideas for relaxation and healthy ways to cope
  • A safe place to talk
  • Support working with other professionals and services

Who can access this service?

  • Gender: Women only
  • Age: 16+

Other Criteria: If you have a diagnosis or think you have a learning disability, communication support needs or learning difficulty then you are eligible for our service.

How do I access this support?

You can call us at: 0117 929 9556 or email us at info@sarsas.org.uk

Is the support provided in an accessible building?

Yes, we have a lift in our building.

Is the support available in the evening?

No, but you can contact our helpline and e-support in the evenings.

Can you provide an interpreter if I need one?

Yes.

Will you tell anyone what I tell you?

There are times when SARSAS might have to ‘break your confidentiality’.  This means telling someone outside of SARSAS your details and the information you have told us.

A manager at SARSAS will make the decision to break confidentiality.

This is so that SARSAS can get support and advice about how to keep you and other people safe. This is called ‘safeguarding’.

This might need to happen if:

A child or vulnerable adult is at risk of harm or abuse.

When there is risk of serious harm to you or other people.

Read the full Confidentiality Policy

Want to talk?

From Monday 23 March our two helplines will be combined. Anyone can call either line at anytime.

0808 801 0456

0808 801 0464

Mon and Fri: 11am – 2pm,
Tue, Wed and Thu 12pm – 2pm & 6pm – 8pm

These lines are open to all.  Girls, boys, women and men can call either of our two helplines. Trans and non-binary callers  are welcome.

What to expect when you call

Want to talk?

From Monday 23 March our two helplines will be combined. Anyone can call either line at anytime.

0808 801 0456

0808 801 0464

Mon and Fri: 11am – 2pm,
Tue, Wed and Thu: 12pm – 2pm & 6pm – 8pm

What to expect when you call

These lines are open to all. Girls, boys, women and men can call either of our two helplines. Trans and non-binary callers  are welcome.