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December 2013
We have now achieved the LGBT charter mark!


July 2013
Website updated and new content added.


December 2012
Stirling and District Women’s Aid hosting a new worker. Read more...


June 2012
Note: We have now moved to new offices. Read more...



  • One in five women in Scotland experiences domestic abuse at some stage in her life
  • Domestic abuse can affect any woman regardless of race, class, age, religion, sexuality, ability, income, lifestyle or where she stays
  • 88% of crimes and offences of domestic abuse and 95% of crimes of indecency (mostly sexual assault) are perpetrated by men against women
  • There were 51,926 incidents of domestic abuse recorded by the police in Scotland in 2009-10
  • In 2009-2010 there were 3403 reported domestic abuse incident in Central Scotland Police Force


Stirling and District Women’s Aid aims to offer support, information and temporary accommodation for women and their children who have been physically, emotionally or sexually abused by a partner or former partner.

We provide refuge, information and support services for women, children and young people in the Stirlingshire area who are victims of domestic abuse.
If you're currently in an abusive situation and thinking about leaving, there are some things that you might want to consider to enable you to leave in as safe a way as possible.

Click here for some tips for planning your safety.
We want you to be able to browse our website and learn of our support services without worry of an abusive or controlling partner tracking your online activities. That is why, on each page of our site, you will see a "quick exit" button, that will immediately take you from our website to Google in case you need to leave our website in a hurry.

Click here for more tips to staying safe online.
We now have an online calendar on the site, allowing you to see at a glance our upcoming drop-ins or other scheduled events.

Click here to view the calendar.