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Cyfannol Women’s Aid – together we are stronger

Our offices are currently only open for essential pre-booked appointments and emergencies: from 10.30am-12pm and 1-2pm. Support is still available remotely to anyone who needs help or advice [full statement]
Contact us via your area’s phone number or email to access support.

  • “I would like to take this opportunity to say how much I was supported and helped getting back to a stronger happier more confident person.”

  • “I would like to say thank you for all their help and support that they gave me and my children during our stay in the refuge and during our move. Good work girls.”

  • “It was nice having a grown-up I didn’t have to share with my sisters. He’d give me good advice, like not to fight. I really don’t know why I got into fights at school. It got me into trouble with my teachers and they would write to my mum. She says I’m happier now.”

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Monday June 29th

Cyfannol Women's Aid

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Monday June 29th

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We're so grateful to have received funding from Ministry of Justice UK towards additional crisis support and vital technology, to help us continue to meet the needs of people affected by domestic abuse and sexual violence during this challenging period. #youarenotaloneWe are issuing funding to 548 charities to ensure victims and survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence continue to receive the support they need. The funding was announced as part of £76m emergency package to support vulnerable people during the #coronavirus pandemic.

£22m will be provided to charities who support victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence.

20% of organisations being funded support victims of domestic and sexual abuse who are BAME, disabled, or LGBTQI.

A further £3m will be invested to recruit Independent Sexual Violence Advisers (ISVAs) until 2022.

Support services for victims and survivors of domestic abuse and sexual violence are available. #YouAreNotAlone

www.gov.uk/government/news/22-million-emergency-coronavirus-funding-for-more-than-540-sexual-viol...
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