For immediate help at any time, please call us on 01495 742052 (24hour)

24 hour helpline: 01495 742052

Cyfannol Women’s Aid – together we are stronger

Our offices are currently only open for pre-booked appointments and emergencies: from 10am-4pm [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.”


Friday August 7th

Cyfannol Women's Aid

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Wednesday August 5th

Cyfannol Women's Aid

We have an exciting opportunity for a Crisis Intervention Support Coordinator to join our team at Cyfannol Women's Aid.

As a Crisis Intervention Support Coordinator you will provide a pro-active service to women, and young people who are or have affected by Violence Against Women, Domestic Abuse and/or Sexual Violence (VAWDASV).

Your role will involve delivering a range of specialist support services to adults and children accessing our services, including assessing risk and coordinating referrals for our services across all areas.

Every day will be different as you will be working with a diverse group of people, in partnership with staff in all areas and a range of multi agencies such as the police, housing providers, probation service and other voluntary organisations.

You will be an open-minded, non-judgemental person who understands the complexity of VAWDASV and enjoys working with different backgrounds and cultures. A key part of your role will be adapting your communication style to different situations to empower women to gain independence. As well as being naturally understanding and empathetic, you will enjoy variety and change and have the ability to work on your own initiative.

If you have experience of working with adults and children who have been affected by mental health issues, substance misuse, violence against woman, domestic abuse and violence (VAWDASV), we want to hear from you.

*Based in Blaenau Gwent (supporting all areas remotely)

*37.5 hours p/w (generally Monday-Friday 9am-5pm)

*Fixed Term Contract – 12 months, subject to funding

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