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PSS Ruby Domestic Abuse Service

PSS Ruby Service is a domestic abuse service for victims living in Liverpool, Sefton, Knowsley and St Helens. We can offer practical and emotional support to victims from a highly skilled and trained team of domestic abuse practitioners.

We’ll support you to make positive choices that are right for you. We’ll support you to recognise the signs of escalating behaviours, give you practical techniques to keep you and your children safe and help you feel strong enough to lead an independent, safer life. We can offer one to one support, group support and one-to-one counselling, to help you cope with what’s happening.

We’ll support you:

  • if there’s a crisis and you need advice;
  • at any appointments you have;
  • if you need support speaking up (advocacy);
  • through the criminal justice system;
  • with any court proceedings;
  • to find emergency accommodation;
  • with civil or family matters; and
  • with your wellbeing.

We’ll be here for you as long as you need us to be.

Where are you based?

We’ll support you at  in the Sandhill’s area of Liverpool and outreach sites in the other areas

How can I be referred to Ruby@Turnaround? We accept referrals from professionals and self referrals.

If you need to talk to someone about anything, please give us a call: 0151 702 5500 or 07714289180 or email

Who to contact

Contact Name
Shelley Scott
Contact Position
Senior Practitioner

Where to go

PSS Ruby Service-
Eleanor Rathbone House, Connect Buisness Village
24 Derby Road
L5 9BR

 We are located just near Sandhills train station. We also can see you in outreach venues in Prescot

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Open monday to friday 9am - 5pm
Session Information
We can offer one to one support, group work, counselling .
practical and emotional support
Telephone support

Other Details


Referral Details

We accept referrals from professionals and also self referrals .

Service is open to male and female victims

Other notes

domestic abuse

male and female victims

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