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Caithness & Sutherland Women's Aid (CASWA)

Caithness & Sutherland Women's Aid (CASWA)

VGES Building, Main Street, Golspie KW10 6TG.

www.caswa.org.uk

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We support women, children and young people who are experiencing Domestic Abuse (emotional, financial, coercive control, physical or sexual abuse). The development of our services have been influenced by the experiences of the women, children and young people we meet.
We provide a safe confidential & non-judgmental service where you can access support, information and advice about Domestic Abuse. Our support is individual to you, whether you are still in the relationship or having difficulties after the relationship has ended. We offer our support over the phone, in our office and in the community. Our qualified Workers will listen to you and support you to make the decisions that are right for you and your children (if you have any). We will respect your choices.
Our team can be contacted Monday to Friday during office working hours and we operate outreach services to women, children & young people offering pre-arranged support sessions outside these times that are flexible to suit an individual’s personal needs & requirements.

CASWA Tel 0345 4080151 (24 hour answer service)
National Domestic Abuse Helpline 0800 0271234 (24 hours)
Office hours 9am – 5pm Monday – Friday
Email info@caswa.org.uk

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  • Internship opportunities
  • Support services
  • Events
  • Advocacy
  • Women, children & young people (CYP) who have experienced or are experiencing domestic (emotional, financial, coercive control, physical, sexual) abuse.
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