What we do

Since 1974, we have been at the forefront of shaping and coordinating responses to domestic abuse.

As a federation of over 220 organisations, we provide more than 300 local lifesaving services to women and children across the country.

We provide expert training, qualifications and consultancy to a range of agencies. This includes professionals working with survivors or those commissioning domestic abuse services. We award a National Quality Mark for services which meet our quality standards.

Our campaigns achieve change in policy, practice and awareness, encouraging healthy relationship and helping to build a future where domestic abuse is no longer tolerated.

The 24 Hour National Domestic Violence Helpline on 0808 2000 247 (run in partnership with Refuge) and our range of online services, which include the Survivors’ Forum and The Hideout, help hundreds of thousands of women and children every year.

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Mandy, Survivor Ambassador for Women's Aid

Listening to survivors

We work to ensure women are believed, know abuse is not their fault and that their experiences have been understood.

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Campaigning & Influencing

We influence Government policy, campaign on issues that matter to you to be at the forefront of social change.

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Education & public awareness

Working with schools, local communities and even football clubs, we believe everyone can play a role in ending domestic abuse.

Our approach: Change that lasts

Decades of experience in working with survivors, and our research have taught us a better way.

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"Our services save lives." post it note written by a Women's Aid member at National Conference 2015.

Supporting our members and those who work with survivors

As a federation of over 220 organisations, we provide more than 300 local lifesaving services to women and children across the country.

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Training & qualifications

Our unrivalled expertise will equip you with the tools to understand and respond effectively to domestic abuse.

Polly Neate, chief executive of Women's Aid, speaking at the Femicide census launch, 2015.

Research & publications

We conduct research projects, support research in universities and publish data on key issues to ensure that we are leading the way in evidence and data on domestic abuse.

National Survivors’ Participation Panel

Ensuring that survivors’ voices are heard and believed through influencing policy and practice and informing local and national government.

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