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24hr Domestic Abuse Helplines: Herefordshire, Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin Call 0800 783 1359Worcestershire Call 0800 980 3331
24hr Domestic Abuse Helplines: Herefordshire, Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin: 0800 783 1359
Worcestershire: 0800 980 3331
A day in the life of…

A day in the life of…

WMWA refuges are confidential, safe places staffed by supportive, trained workers.  Claire Cook, our Refuge Co-ordinator for Worcestershire tells us what a typical day can involve…   A day in the life of a Refuge Support Worker As a Refuge worker you can...
A day in the life of…

A day in the life of…

As part of the Herefordshire Engagement Project (HEP) 2022, West Mercia Women’s Aid is consulting with local people to bring the voices of stakeholders to Herefordshire Council, helping them understand how to best support and engage survivors of domestic abuse. As a...

Successful trial of online toolkit

Ensuring that those affected by domestic abuse can go on to lead trauma free lives is at the very heart of what we do; that’s why our partnership with Rock Pool – a provider of training opportunities that aims to inspire hope, promote resilience and aid recovery...
Have Your Say! Focus Group & Survey

Have Your Say! Focus Group & Survey

We are looking for your help to understand more about the experiences of Herefordshire county residents who have been affected by domestic abuse. The results will be used to inform revisions to the Herefordshire Domestic Abuse Strategy 2019-24 to match the...
New sources of support for men

New sources of support for men

Recent funding has enabled West Mercia Women’s Aid to launch a new Helpline specifically for men. Specialist trained domestic abuse workers can be contacted via our Helpline.  They can offer advice and bespoke support to men who are experiencing, or have...
A day in the life of…

A day in the life of…

  HIDVA’s are Hospital Independent Domestic Violence Advisors who provide free, confidential, non-judgemental, independent advice, advocacy and education to all patients and staff suffering from domestic abuse.  Meg Trinder, our HIDVA for Hereford tells us what a...