The aim of this service is to advise and support women and girls who are experiencing domestic violence and sexual violence enabling them to make informed choices and exit violent relationships including, reporting to police, pursuing civil/criminal legal cases, taking out injunctions, access to refuges, welfare benefits, health and housing.
We provide confidential one-to-one counselling services for women and girls who are impacted by VAWG including, sexual violence, childhood sexual abuse, as well as women and girls who have experienced any form of harmful practice including forced marriage, honour-based violence and female genital mutilation.
We provide training for professionals in the statutory and voluntary sector aimed at raising awareness about gender-based violence and more specifically forced marriage and honour-based violence.
This service is open to all women and girls who are or have been impacted by domestic violence, sexual violence and harmful practices.
We deliver a programme of preventative educational and advice work with young people. This aspect of our work is not gender or race-specific. The purpose of this project is to raise awareness about violence against women and girls.
We provide a range of workshops, activities and events to reach out to women with different care and support needs. Click here for information on upcoming events