Swansea Women’s Aid COVID-19 Update 06/10/2020

We are following Government guidelines in trying to delay the onset of widespread infection of Covid-19. For this reason, we are currently unable to offer Drop In sessions or regular pre-planned appointments at our offices. Our support workers remain extremely busy offering phone support. Of course this may not be appropriate for some, and we are able to offer a number ...

Swansea Women’s Aid Face Covering Guidance Update 14/09/2020

  As of today (14/09/2020) The Welsh Government have announced that face masks are compulsory in public indoor spaces in Wales. This means that face masks now must be worn in Swansea Women’s office by staff, women and children over the age of 11 attending appointments. Due to this, we ask and encourage women to wear face coverings where possible to ...

COVID-19 Update June 12th 2020

Update 7th July 2020: Our central office and staff are set up and fully equipped to adhere to the government’s latest Covid-19 workplace guidance. Furthermore, we are pleased to announce that we are now in a position to offer a limited amount of face to face appointments. Please speak to a support worker to discuss your individual/immediate needs.   We want to reassure our ...

Urgent Appeal for Mobile Phones

http://swanseawomensaid.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Mobile-phone-appeal.mp4 Having to stay at home under the current circumstances can be a lonely and solitary time for many, However, it is made even harder for  some of our service users who do not have access to a mobile phone. For many of us at this time, our phones and other devices are our only access to the outside world, but ...

Corona Virus Covid-19 Information

We are following government guidelines to try and delay the onset of widespread infection of Covid-19. For this reason, we are currently unable to offer Drop In sessions or pre-planned appointments at our offices. Our support workers are busy contacting our service users with booked appointments to offer phone support. Of course, this may not be appropriate for some, so please ...

Swansea Women’s Aid puts writing on the wall in aim to end violence against women.

Swansea Women’s Aid used popular Swansea bar Noah’s Yard’s daily-changing sign to highlight violence against women as a part of our International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women and 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence activities. Swansea Women’s Aid  decided to use the sign, which has become a local icon, to raise awareness of violence against women. The ...