Our office hours are Monday to Thursday 9am – 4.30pm & Friday 9am – 4pm. If you call outside of these hours, you can leave a message and we will reply the following working day.
PO Box 2942
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Phone the Bristol office:
0117 929 9556
Phone the Taunton office:
01823 324 944
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“SARSAS made me feel understood, cared about, respected and listened to. They turn bad days into hopeful days. Thank you”
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What next for people with lived experience when the justice process fails?
I usually enjoy my job as a trauma counsellor for SARSAS – it’s a privilege to participate in clients’ recovery journeys. However, I find supporting clients who have had negative experiences while seeking justice some of the saddest journeys, and the ones most likely to invoke my anger at the injustices within this broken system.