About SAFE!

SAFE! provides support to children and families around the Thames Valley who have been affected by crime or abuse through one-to-one and group sessions

SAFE! has two core services for children and families living anywhere in the Thames Valley:

The Young Victim Service provides support to children aged 5 to 18 who have been harmed by an experience of victimisation.  

The Building Respectful Families Service provides support to families experiencing Child on Parent Violence.

For details on how to refer, please visit our Routes to Help page

SAFE! also offers training for professionals.


5 October 2020

Our online referral system is live!  From today please use the links on our Get Help page to refer a child or young person into any of our services

21 July 2020

SAFE! has today released a new Safestories video which explores coercion and control in a teenage relationship.  Working with teachers at the Cherwell School in Oxford we have created PSHE teaching resources differentiated for key stages 3 and 4 to accompany the video.  You can watch the video here.

To request a copy of the teaching resources for free please complete this form

21 May 2020

SAFE! has today published a report looking at experiences of peer-on-peer abuse around the Thames Valley following a consultation with young people, parents and professionals.

Read the report



Due to current restrictions in place due to the Covid-19 outbreak, SAFE! is currently only able to offer support to young people affected by crime through remote sessions, either on the phone or video link.

If you are a young person or parent and would like to self-refer, please email safe@safeproject.org.uk with your name and number, and someone will call you to take a referral over the phone.


SAFE! is an independent charity and this service is provided free of charge. Anyone can refer themselves or a friend who lives in the Thames Valley to SAFE!