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Localities

We provide domestic abuse support to women in the community in places suitable to them when it is needed.

Our localities teams will initially offer up to 16 sessions to help meet your specific needs, they will work with you to agree a support plan and to help address any issues related to domestic abuse that you may have.  This could include help to improve your safety, referring you or signposting you to others services, advocating on your behalf and helping you to cope with what has happened to you by addressing practical and emotional issues.

To access any of our services call 0131 315 8110 or email duty@edinwomensaid.co.uk. If you wish to refer a client to us please also contact us using the Referral Form below and this email address:

No woman or child should be subjected to domestic abuse. If it is happening to you, please remember, it’s not your fault and we can help. Follow this link for more details of our Crisis Support Service

@EdinWomensAid

- 4 days ago

Could you benefit from talking to our webchat support team? We are online now https://t.co/l4FOIcWm6x #Jealousy #Control #Pressure #LoveBombing #Gaslighting #Stalking #DatingAbuse
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@EdinWomensAid

- 4 days ago

VACANCY: Family Support Worker - 21 hrs p/wk. Closing date: 9am Fri 6 Aug. This role provides support to children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse. To find out more, and to apply... https://t.co/amNW9nfg4C
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@EdinWomensAid

- 6 days ago

VACANCY: We are looking for a 24-hour Refuge Support Worker. Closing date: 9am Mon 9 Aug. In this role you’d be providing a safe, professional and supportive service for women & children, living in our refuge accommodation. Find out more… https://t.co/amNW9mXFd4
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@EdinWomensAid

- 9 days ago

@RobertsonTrust: #ChristiePlus10: Suzanne Fitzpatrick of @ISPHERE_HWU & co-author of Hard Edges Scotland provides analysis through the lens of severe & multiple disadvantage, reflecting on where we are now following the momentum which followed the launch of the report. https://t.co/YTFciTq3dv https://t.co/ZhYxyI5Ac8
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