Who are we?


Domestic Abuse Survivors' Alliance is a Brighton-based peer support group for anyone who has experienced, or been affected by, domestic abuse.

Our group is run by survivors and is a friendly and non-judgemental space for people to meet, share their experiences and support each other. We run drop-in meetings where we welcome anyone who has been affected by any form of domestic abuse, including:

  •    Intimate partner abuse

  •    Child to parent abuse (including adult children)

  •    Sibling and family abuse

  •    Elder and carer abuse

  •    Anyone supporting family members who have experienced domestic abuse

Our group is a community of survivors, with no hierarchy, where all members are equal. All we ask is that anyone who attends respects the privacy and confidentiality of others and that everyone is treated with empathy and respect.

We are currently following government guidelines on social distancing and lockdown and, therefore, meetings are suspended for the time being. We will open again as soon as we are able but, in the meantime, if you have any queries, or would like to be notified when meetings restart, please contact us at: dasabrighton@outlook.com

If you'd like to come to a meeting, or just drop by for a cup of tea and a chat, meetings are held on the first Friday of every month, 7.00 - 8.00 pm at St. Paul's Church (entrance via rear door), 9 Russell Place, Brighton, BN1 2RG.