Concerned about service gaps?

Ever feel like you haven’t enough time to really help your clients struggling with post-separation abuse? Do you feel your organization could benefit from a better understanding of abuse survivors needs? Maybe you want to connect with our community, inform a policy or create a brilliant resource. Perhaps you need some critical data or missing information.

At Survivor Family Network, we believe safer futures start with bringing people together collaboratively to share skills, knowledge and resources.

Whatever way you’re working with us, it’s a win-win. We are a not-for-profit that informs and connects survivor families with a diverse network of organizations. So when you work with us, it helps your organization connect with the survivor community, and it helps the survivor community access what they need from you.


Reaching up to a million survivors and professionals every month


Networks across the United Kingdom, Europe, USA, Canada, Australia and New Zealand


Up to half a million survivors and professionals engage with our website, social media, information and resources every month

Research partners

With unique insights into aspects of post-separation abuse and coercive control in the context of the justice system. Providing detailed analysis into contributory issues particularly affecting survivor communities. Prioritising the rights of abused mothers and children with a globally evidence-based, ethically positioned, intersectional focus.

Interested in making a difference?

Want to hear from our community? Book a consultation to discuss your project.

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  • Offering bespoke and ‘off the shelf’ training packages, training victims and professionals alike on the dynamics of coercive control in family court. Developing a deeper understanding helps reduces victim (including child victim) impacts. Our ethically positioned training utilizes leading socio-legal concepts, with an emphasis on advocating for the human rights of children and mothers when leaving an abusive relationship.

Providing direct connection with our active community, our collaborators and research partners gain exceptional knowledge of the needs, issues, barriers and threats affecting survivor families. With expert and survivor-led analysis, ensuring your project or policy will have the needs of people with lived experience at its heart.

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