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If you work with survivors we have a wealth of information, training, and support available. Learn more
Women’s Aid has three categories of membership so any organisation or individual can join us. All of our members are integral to our work, and your support enables us to use our expertise, knowledge and influence to raise the status of women to a level where violence against them is no longer legitimised or tolerated.Become a member
Women’s Aid are piloting a dedicated service for professionals who are currently working with survivors of domestic abuse, seeking refuge accommodation and support.
If you’re a professional working within the domestic abuse sector, please click below.Dedicated service for professionals
The Standards support dedicated specialist domestic abuse services by providing a set of criteria against which they can evidence their quality. Organisations applying for the quality mark must prove themselves against criteria that promote positive survivor outcomes.National Quality Standards
The Sustainability Partnership between Women’s Aid and Imkaan offers training and support to build the resilience of independent specialist domestic violence services at a time of serious threats to services and severe hardship for the most marginalised and vulnerable.Sustainability Partnership
The On Track programme at Women’s Aid supports member services to collect better evidence of the difference their work makes, in order to demonstrate their value and improve the support they offer to survivors and children.On Track