Survivors in Transition

Survivors in Transition is a support centre for men and women (eighteen+) who have experienced any form of sexual abuse in their childhood.

Our Aims
SiT support male and female adult survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Violence and Exploitation in Suffolk and further afield. Breaking the cycle of abuse that exists in families and safeguarding future generations from sexual abuse is our ultimate objective. We aim to empower survivors to take control of their lives and cope better with the daily effects the abuse has left them with.

We aim to provide the kind of support that is right for each individual who makes contact with us, we take into account personal circumstances to assure that the individual is treated – not just the problem. We achieve these aims by offering a wide means of contact so that people can contact us in whatever medium they feel comfortable with. We spend time listening so that we can provide the best support in a non-judgmental, welcoming and safe environment.

What We Can Offer You
Listening service
Information, advice and guidance and referrals to other specialist organisations
Counselling readiness sessions and ore counselling framework (Hold Fast)
Individual counselling and therapy
Individual support plans (practical and emotional support)
Group support sessions for men and women
Peer support sessions
Family work
Phone and online counselling


Support Centre:
84 Fore St

Tel: 07765 052282

Our Sessions – We offer a number of facilitated group and drop in sessions throughout the week as well as 1:1 counselling – please email for more details.
9am to 4pm Office open, phone support available

11am to 1pm “Evolve Women’s Session” @ 84 Fore Street

Structured, facilitated group session for women – by referral

9am to 1pm Office open, phone support available

10am-1pm “First Steps” @ 84 Fore Street

Welcoming open session for men or women coming to SiT for the first time. Feel free to drop by without an appointment and speak with one of our support workers or get more information about what we can offer you.

1pm – 3pm Art Therapy Group by referral

9am to 4pm Office open, phone support available

11am – 12am SiT Cafe

Peer support, no referral necessary. Come along and meet other survivors. Support worker on hand if required.

9.00am to 4.00pm Office open, phone support available

9.30am to 12.30pm Office open, phone and telephone support available

12.15 to 1.15 Open Men’s Session @ 84 Fore St Street

Relaxed, informal facilitated session for men, no need to book or be referred

1st and 3rd Friday of the month – Relaxation, stress management and meditation with Lizzie. Please ring and ask for details

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