20 hours ago
Drivers play a crucial role on our SWAN Evening Outreach Project as without them we can’t reach outreach locations and deliver much needed support, food and drink to vulnerable women. But they don’t just drive the outreach van, they also assist in support, record information and their vigilance helps keep the team and the community safe. If you’re interested in this role and have a standard full UK driver’s license then get in touch with us at email@example.com or call Lorna, our Volunteer Coordinator, on 07436125855. ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
Become part of our amazing team of women supporting women by volunteering on the SWAN Project. If you’re interested, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Lorna on 07436 125855. ... See MoreSee Less
7 days ago
When you think of loneliness, what’s the image that comes to mind?
How often do you picture a woman who has experienced domestic abuse? There are very strong links between domestic abuse and violence against women and girls, and feelings of loneliness and isolation among women and children affected.
In the case of domestic abuse, social isolation is a specific tactic used by a perpetrator to gain control over their victim. A perpetrator may use emotional manipulation to distance the victim from friends or family, sowing disconnection that prevents the victim from being able to seek help and others noticing that something isn’t right.
Those affected by domestic abuse, sexual violence, and violence against women also face barriers to overcoming loneliness and social isolation due to responsibilities, financial barriers, and cultural stigma.
Women from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, LGBTQIA+ people,
or those with disabilities, might face even further loneliness and social isolation when seeking support.
Exposure to violence and trauma can sadly have lasting impacts on how an individual connects with others. Such as lack of trust and feelings of fear.
It is also difficult for those affected to go on “as normal” and participate in social interactions when dealing with the long-term impacts of domestic abuse.
This could lead to increased social withdrawal, and even greater feelings of loneliness at a time when support is needed most.
We are here for you. If you need support, call our helpline on 01792 644683. ... See MoreSee Less
Do you like the thought of working with women for women?
We have extended the closing date on the exciting new post ........ ... See MoreSee Less
Ask Me is an exciting community of people who raise awareness around abuse. Is this the role for you?
Why not take a look... ... See MoreSee Less
Our Outreach Team Leaders are a key part of the SWAN Project because they provide a familiar and friendly face to vulnerable women while offering practical and emotional support. They also lead and mentor a small team and provide a crucial link between our evening and daytime outreach services. This is a hands-on, rewarding role that offers comprehensive training and the experience needed to pursue a career in the area. If you’re interested in volunteering with us as part of this vital team, please email us at email@example.com or call Lorna on 07436 125855. ... See MoreSee Less
Very soon we will be announcing a brand new project at Swansea Women's Aid, with survivors central to its development.
We hope you will be involved. 💜 ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
A brand new project is underway at Swansea Women’s Aid, with survivors central to its development.
We believe that you deserve support, recognition, acknowledgement, and community.
That’s why we are here; to see you, to collaborate with you.
In generating ideas, engaging with decision makers, designing solutions, challenging policies, shaping services.
In creating a community and a way of serving others, as well as determinedly pushing for real change.
In facing the reality of the long-term effects of domestic abuse. And in healing, together.
Very soon we will be announcing this brand new project.
We hope you will be involved.
Swansea Women’s Aid 💜 ... See MoreSee Less