We’ll arrange for a professional to contact you at a time and in the way you have asked. We will only contact you if it is safe to do so.
We’ll decide which service is best placed to give you the best help
Our staff will treat anything you say in confidence, unless something you disclose indicates you or someone else is at risk.
Here for you
Safer Futures offers an integrated service across Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly for people of all ages. We have a number of different programmes for different stages of your journey. The Safer Futures Helpline is a single point of contact for people wanting to access our services. The helpline team are trained to take domestic abuse and sexual violence calls and quickly assess what help you need. They carry out risk assessments and prepare support safety plans that are tailored to you. They can also put you in touch with other agencies who can support you if our services aren’t suitable.
The helpline is staffed between 09:00-17:00 on Mondays to Fridays.
Message to supporters from Lyn Gooding First Light Chief Executive Dear supporter, It has been a while since our last newsletter and so I wanted to share with you some of the things that have been happening. Sadly, we have seen another increase in demand for our services over the past year, no doubt in part due […]
Message to supporters from Lyn Gooding First Light CEO Dear supporter I thought I would take this opportunity to provide an insight into First Light over the last twelve months. Having to navigate a global pandemic whilst also trying to maintain services at a particularly crucial time has been far from easy. But despite all that, […]
Children’s Mental Health Week 2021 From 1-7 February, 2021, Children’s Mental Health Week will be exploring the theme Express Yourself. Expressing yourself is about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas through creativity. This could be through art, music, writing and poetry, dance and drama, photography and film, and doing activities that make you […]
Everyone has arguments and disagreements with their partners, family members and others close to them from time to time. We all do things at times we regret which can cause unhappiness to those we care about. But if this begins to form a consistent pattern, then it is an indication of domestic abuse. Do you […]
Technology is a wonderful tool for finding out information, advice and building social networks. However, it can also be used to abuse. Digital abuse can include: Monitoring your social media or emails, Sending abusive or threatening messages Using GPS locators or spyware Intimate image abuse There are a number of steps you can take to […]
When someone is experiencing domestic abuse, it’s vital to make an accurate and fast assessment of the danger they’re in, so they can get the right help as quickly as possible. Our DASH risk assessment is a tried and tested way to understand a persons risk. DASH stands for domestic abuse, stalking and ‘honour’-based violence. The […]