Womens AidWomens Aid is the national charity working to end domestic violence against women and children.The following Womens Aid site is an excellent support group for single mums and people who are in need of desperate advice.
Womens Aid deal with all kinds of situations and respect your confidentiality when giving advice.
They are here to help you and listen to you no matter what the situation may be so don’t be afraid to seek help from the professionals.
Womens Aid is the national charity working to end domestic violence against women and children. Learn about the range of work we carry out, the history behind our organisation and our mission, values and aims. In this section of our website you will also find contact details for getting in touch.
One in four women will experience domestic Violence in the home. Work with Womens Aid to save lives and stop domestic violence.
About Womens Aid
Womens Aid is working to end domestic violence against women and children.
Womens Aid is the national domestic violence charity that co-ordinates and supports an England-wide network of over 500 local services, who work to end violence against women and children and support over 320,000 women and children each year. Womens Aid also works internationally on service development and is currently partnering projects with governments and NGOs in
Keeping the voices of survivors at the heart of its work, Womens Aid campaigns for better legal protection and services, providing a strategic ‘expert view’ to government on laws, policy and practice affecting abused women and children. Womens Aid runs public awareness and education campaigns, bringing together national and local action, and developing new training and resources.
The above information are snippets from the mentioned Womens Aid site
Being a single mum I have used this Womens Aid site on a number of occasions as their information, advice and support are excellent. I would strongly recommend making a note of the address just in case you may ever need it. An awful lot of single mum’s would find this site extremely helpful.
It covers a whole range of different situations such as domestic violence, crime and refugees to name but a few……