Womens Support Project

SAY Women

Service For

Women
Men

Issues Covered

Child Sexual Abuse
Prostitution / sexual exploitation
Rape & sexual assault
Stalking/Sexual Harassment
Trafficking

Contact Information

Tel: Office: 0141 552 5803
Qwerty: 0141 778 4777
Email: Office:enquiries@say-women.co.uk, Accommodation Project:- accommodation@say-women.co.uk
Website: www.say-women.co.uk

Address: 3rd Floor, 30 Bell Street, Glasgow, G1 1LG

Areas Covered

No geographical boundaries regarding referrals, accommodation based in Glasgow

Opening Hours

Office - Monday - Friday, 9.30am - 5pm, Accommodation Project - Monday - Friday 9.30am - 9.30 pm

Access

  • Office: there is a lift but not user friendly
  • Accessible toilet
  • Accommodation: has an accessible flat and minicom
  • On street free parking
  • Interpreter available by prior arrangement

Services & Resources

  • Outreach; face to face; accommodation

Age limits to service

16 to 25 years of age

Referral

  • Self- referral
  • Referral by another agency

Aims of organisation

To provide safe and secure accommodation for young women, aged 16 - 25 years, who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse, rape or sexual assault and are homeless or threatened with homelessness.

To offer crisis support to young women and men survivors [aged 16 - 25 years] of childhood sexual abuse, rape and sexual assualt

To offer support to staff working with young survivors

To undertake campaigning, public awareness raising and training to highlight the nature of childhood sexual abuse and associated issues.

Addtional Information

The accommodation service is women only



Latest News

Resources to support training and public education on violence against women
Information on latest resources, October 2017

Human Trafficking and Exploitation
Newsletter from Scottish Government Human Trafficking Team

Voluntary Action Fund
Now recruiting for 2 trustees

SCREEN DEBATE on 5th Sept
To mark September as month of action to raise awareness of childhood sexual abuse

Training on violence against women
Free workshop for voluntary and community organisations, Friday 13th October, Glasgow


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