Womens Support Project

Womens Support Project

Service For

Women
Men

Issues Covered

Child Sexual Abuse
Female Genital Mutilation or Cutting
Parents whose children have been sexually abused
Prostitution / sexual exploitation

Contact Information

Tel: 0141 418 0748
Qwerty: 0141 552 9979
Email: enquiries@womenssupportproject.org.uk
Website: www.womensupportproject.org.uk

Address: Adelphi Centre, 12 Commercial Road, Glasgow, G5 0PQ

Areas Covered

We do not have funding to offer ongoing support at present. We can offer information and immediate support by phone or email, and referral on to an appropriate service for ongoing support, if possible.

Opening Hours

Monday - Friday, 9.30am - 4.30pm. If you get the answerphone during theese hours please leave a message since we may be in a meeting or on another line.

Access

  • Wheelchair access
  • accessible toilets
  • free parking
  • interpreter by arrangement (availability and funding permitting).

Services & Resources

  • Information and resources
  • training
  • public education events
  • campaigning.

Age limits to service

16 years and over.

Referral

  • We are not able to offer ongoing support at present
  • but we will do our best to find a suitable service for people.

Aims of organisation

The Project works to raise awareness of the extent, causes and effect of male violence against women, and for improved services for those affected by violence.

Addtional Information

We have recently had some support calls from women involved in indoor prostitution and we are looking into what more support is needed for women in this situation.



Latest News

Working together to end FGM in Scotland
15th June, Edinburgh

Music and Comedy NIght, 28th April
A great night out,and help raise funds for Women's Support Project

Resources to help tackle harm caused through prostitution
Links to audio-visual resources, research and information on best practice.

FGM Aware Newsletter
March 2017 newsletter with information on resources, plus article from Community InfoSource on their work with men.

Whole Lives: Improving responses to domestic abuse
Report from SafeLives on work across Scotland


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