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Cardiff single gateway into violence against women services

From the 1st April 2018 a new strategically designed and specialist service for women affected by violence and abuse in Cardiff is being delivered by a local consortium – the lead provider Cardiff Women’s Aid has teamed up with Bawso and Llamau to cover all aspects of violence against women:

  • Domestic violence/abuse
  • Sexual violence/abuse
  • Forced marriage
  • Sexual exploitation
  • So called ‘honour’ based violence
  • Female genital mutilation
  • Stalking and sexual harassment
  • Children and young people affected by domestic violence/abuse

The service delivers an end to end pathway from advice and information, crisis interventions, emergency safety and protection, step down support, aftercare and recovery. The 24/7 service response will be available via one phone number, Skype contact and online chat. 

All services, including group work and therapeutic interventions, will be delivered via the new One Stop Shop which will be open towards the end of April.  Until the new One Stop Shop is open, services will be delivered from the existing One Stop Shop using the following access information:

One Stop Shop/VAWDASV response centre:

16 Moira Terrace, Adamsdown, Cardiff, CF24 0EJ

Interim information at: cardiffwomenscentre.org.uk

Call: 029 2046 0566 – open 24/7 for all services

Email: reception@cardiffwomenscentre.org.uk

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