Remember you are not alone - domestic abuse can happen to anyone no matter your age, race, class, culture, disability, gender, sexuality or lifestyle.

Manchester Women’s Aid provides services so that domestic abuse survivors can live a life free from the fear of domestic violence and abuse. We provide safe and confidential temporary accommodation, play services, advice and support, dedicated case workers and support groups.

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    SAHARA (BAME women)

    SAHARA is a support service for BAME women and girls

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  • Outreach

    Outreach (Connect)

    Domestic violence and abuse community outreach programmes

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  • Refuge

    Refuge (Emerge)

    Manchester Women’s Aid refuge services

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  • Women's hands touching


    Groupwork learning and support for domestic abuse survivors in Manchester

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  • GP

    Health Services

    How health professionals can help domestic violence and abuse victims

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  • Play

    Children & Young People Services (CYPS)

    Therapeutic Play Specialists Supporting Children, Young People and their Parents

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  • Children

    Big Manchester

    Recognising the impact on children of domestic violence and abuse

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    BActive Manchester

    Supporting families affected by domestic abuse, substance misuse and/or mental ill health to become more physically active

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  • Helpline

    24/7 National Helpline 0808 2000 247 Greater Manchester Domestic Abuse Helpline Manchester Women's Aid work

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