SDWA phone: 01786 469518
24-hour helpline: 0800 027 1234
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Welcome, we are here to help!

Stirling and District Women's Aid aims to offer support, information and temporary accommodation for women and their children, across the Stirlingshire area, who have experienced domestic abuse from a partner or ex-partner.

We understand that getting help for domestic abuse is a big decision and we're here to support you any way we can.

You can call us on 01786 469518 or use our website contact form to get in touch.

Our office hours are 9.00am to 4.30pm, Monday to Friday.

If our lines are closed, please call the 24 hour National Helpline on Freephone 0800 027 1234

See also our "latest news" page.



IF YOU NEED HELP

I am a women looking for help, support or advice

If you have concerns that you are in an abusive or controlling relationship, or are worried for your safety or the safety of your family, visit this section for advice and information.

I am a child or young person looking for help

Do you have concerns about your relationship with your partner? Is something not right but you're not sure if your relationship is healthy or not? Are worried for your mum or feeling unsafe at home?

I am a women looking for help, support or advice

If you have concerns that you are in an abusive or controlling relationship, or are worried for your safety or the safety of your family, visit this section for advice and information.

I am a child or young person looking for help

Do you have concerns about your relationship with your partner? Is something not right but you're not sure if your relationship is healthy or not? Are worried for your mum or feeling unsafe at home?
IF YOU WANT TO HELP OTHERS
Your support means a lot to us and enables us to help more women, children and young people become free of domestic abuse.

There are many ways that you can help to support us, including making a one off or regular donation, hosting a fundraising event or donating goods.

See our 'how you can help' page for all the details on how you can get involved.

You may also consider joining our team here at Stirling and District Women's Aid.

See our 'vacancies' page for any current positions that we may have available.



Our services
women's support
women's support
IDAA / MARAC
IDAA / MARAC
refuge accommodation
refuge accommodation
family outreach
family outreach
children & young people
children & young people
prevention training
prevention training
accessibility
accessibility
safety planning
safety planning


Covid-19
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Throughout the pandemic our vital service has remained open and we continue to support women, children and young people throughout this challenging time.

Read our latest Covid-19 updates.

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