— About Springfield

Community Hub

Our service is open to both women and men either experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse.

At our Community Hub we use a person-centred approach, providing you with dedicated 1:1 support, working together to assess and agree your individual support needs. 

When you contact us we will never judge you and offer you a safe space to explore your options, providing you with emotional and practical help and helping you access support from other agencies. 

We also run a number of psycho education programmes and workshops including our Recover and Discover programme that promote understanding of signs of domestic abuse, perpetrator behaviour, the development of coping strategies and self-help techniques. 

You can access our service by various routes; either face-to-face, on social media platforms such as Zoom or via our live-chat facility.

Our dedicated and experiences staff team is here to support you.

I will forever be in Springfield’s debt as I owe them my life. I now believe that being a survivor of domestic abuse is a lifelong commitment, to yourself, to be true to yourself and to be an advocate to all those people who can’t see the wood for the trees. My life is now full of sunshine not storms’

— The Refuge

Helping House
Women In Need

Accommodation is available for women (18+ years) who are in insecure or unsafe housing or who are homeless, and are ready to make some changes in their lives.


Support to people (women and men) in the South Lake-land district area who have been affected by domestic abuse.
— Volunteer Opportunities

How can You

There are numerous ways you can help us here at Springfield, be it through getting involved in one of our many activities, a one off donation or even practical items like toilet paper!

Our Team

Find out about the team here at Springfield.