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Aylesbury Women’s Aid is a charity that was set up in 1986 by a small group of women who were concerned that there was no provision for women being abused by their partners in the Aylesbury area.

The purpose of Aylesbury Women’s Aid is:

To exist for the benefit of all women and their children who are or have experienced physical, mental, emotional, financial or sexual abuse in their relationships and to offer support, information, advice, access to temporary safe accommodation and aftercare

Aylesbury Women’s Aid work from a feminist perspective and is committed to the principle of self-help and encourages women to determine their own futures by making information available in an accessible way and supporting women to make their own choices.

All women with or without children who would like to use the services are welcome regardless of age, class, ethnic origin, disability, sexuality, nationality, religion or cultural beliefs

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Location: Aylesbury
Telephone: 01296 437777 (Outreach/IDVA) / 01296 436827 (Refuge)
Sex: Female
Referral: Self-Referral
Associated Categories: 1:1 Support Abuse Accommodation Domestic Abuse Helpline Advice Housing Needs Rape and Sexual Abuse Support Services Temporary Accommodation Well-being and Support Women's Services
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