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WMWomensAid When we saw our helpline calls drop by a third at the beginning of the first national lockdown we launched our Live… https://t.co/AG71rv5HyY
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WMWomensAid On tonight’s @BBCNews Midlands Today our CEO Sue and domestic abuse survivors Kate and Catherine were invited to di… https://t.co/VuJfz45QyG
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WMWomensAid New codeword scheme “Ask for Ani” launched by government to help those experiencing domestic abuse. https://t.co/cWwUTQ6bzA
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WMWomensAid Staying safe during lockdown - Download a personal safety app such as The Hollie Guard app or Brightsky. These feat… https://t.co/bNaOznZb7X
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WMWomensAid RT @WestMerciaPCC: If you are at risk please don't suffer. Despite the #lockdown you can still leave home if you are at risk of, or exper…
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Today we have the following Refuge vacancies:

 

COVID-19 Emergency Information

We know that the requirement to stay at home as part of the COVID-19 emergency measures will place many women at additional risk of violence and abuse.  We are still here to help you - our Helplines are open and all of us are working and keeping in touch with each and every woman who needs us.  Refuges are sill taking in families, where it is safe to do so.  Women's Aid Federation England have published advice for all survivors of domestic abuse https://www.womensaid.org.uk/covid-19-coronavirus-safety-advice-for-survivors/

Please download the following statement for a full update of West Mercia Women's Aid service delivery during the current COVID-19 emergency

  document WMWA COVID-19 Statement January 2021 (73 KB)

If you require safety planning please download the following

pdf Safety planning guide victims and survivors COVID 19 (206 KB)