At Threshold-DAS we offer a range of services and we have a wide range of resources available to help those in need. If you wish to know more about the services we offer please take a look at our booklets below or follow the web links and feel free to access our other resources and share (where it is safe to do so) them with those who have or are being affected by domestic abuse.

Our Services

Sarah’s Law

Male Victims

Floating Support Booklet Updated 2018


Domestic Abuse Awareness

Choices Booklet

Child Workers


Helpful Links & Other Services

Justice for Women
A feminist organisation that campaigns and supports women who have fought back against or killed violence male partners.

Mankind UK
Support and resource service for men who have been sexually abused, sexually assaulted and/or raped.

Men’s Aid
A registered charity providing free practical advice and support for male victims of domestic abuse.

Rape Crisis Federation
Representing the interests of Rape Crisis and Sexual Abuse services, and acting as a national voice for female survivors of sexual violence and abuse.

Providing a lifeline for women and children who experience domestic abuse.

Support and help for those who have committed domestic abuse.

A 24-hour service providing confidential emotional support for people who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those which may lead to suicide.

Victim Support
An independent charity which helps people cope with the effects of crime.

Welsh Women’s Aid
Helping vulnerable women and children who are experiencing domestic violence and abuse in South Wales.

Womankind Worldwide
UK-based charity dedicated to women’s development and women’s human rights globally.

Women’s Aid
A national charity working to end domestic abuse against women and children.

Zero Tolerance Charitable Trust
An organisation promoting innovative policy and practice that tackle the root causes of male violence against women and children.


Core Values

The Core Values are principles that guide Threshold DAS internal conduct and its relationship with external agencies. These include:

  • Women and children centred services;
  • Support for men who are victims of abuse;
  • Assistance for perpetrators to change their abusive behaviours;
  • Respect for individual beliefs and value;
  • Violence towards others is unacceptable;
  • Equality for women;
  • Commitment to breaking the cycle of abuse, promoting individual growth and development;
  • Commitment to innovation, investing in staff resources;
  • Commitment to working in partnership;
  • Commitment to consultation and service user participation;
  • Provision of services that are value for money – effective and efficient use of resources, putting public money to good use;
  • Lobbying / Campaigning for rights for women.

Threshold is Pro-Women and not Anti-Men.

We care about our Service Users:

Threshold Das has an honest interest in listening to and learning from our service users.  This ensures that the relationships being service users and staff are meaningful and our services are effective and successful.

The key to our success is “Real Engagement” with our service users and a Passion for putting their interests first at all times, without exception.

Threshold DAS has developed a large range of services to enable service users to achieve safety, support, advocacy, opportunities and ownership of their lives and to end the cycle of domestic abuse. These services range from initial contact and advice, refuge accommodation, through early intervention services and mediation, to education, training, volunteering and placement opportunities, which together provide a series of pathways to independent living.

We Inspire and Reassure:

All Threshold DAS Staff are in constant consultation with our service users whose participation is at the heart of all of our services.

Threshold DAS encourages positive participation of service users in the services that they receive.  For this reason  forums are set up to allow service users and ex-service users to meet and discuss the services that they are receiving as well as to offer informal and peer support to each other.

We Don’t Give Up On Service Users – We Find Solutions Were There Are None

Threshold DAS Holds the AQS Quality mark: further information can be found at: