Staying Safe

We’ve put together some suggestions you might want to consider in order to make yourself as safe as possible.

Following these suggestions is not a guarantee of safety, but could help improve your safety. Remember, you know your abuser so only do what you think will help.

Always call 999 if you or your children are in danger and or call our free helpline for advice and support – 01793 610 610

I NEED HELP NOW
01793 610610 

I have been living in the refuge for 6 months now. My main focus has always been my two boys so when I moved, the thought of dealing with their dad and school application would add to the stress as so many things were going into my head at once.
I have been living in the refuge for 6 months now. My main focus has always been my two boys so when I moved, the thought of dealing with their dad and school application would add to the stress as so many things were going into my head at once.

Contact Us

Empowering and supporting
victims and survivors of
domestic abuse




IN AN EMERGENCY
ALWAYS DIAL 999

HELPLINE: 01793 610 610

(staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week)

General Enquiries: 01793 864 984

Registered Postal Address:
Swindon Women’s Aid
PO Box 3816, Swindon
SN5 1BQ

Registered CharityNo: 1175148
Registered Charity
No: 1175148

DONATE      |    WORK WITH US     |    CONTACT US

Reports   |   Financial Overview   |   Anti-Corruption Policy   |   Credits   |   Privacy Policy   |   Terms of Use   |   Website by Red Rocket