Due to Coronavirus guidelines, we are operating under restricted availability at the centre BUT fully accessible to you with online and phone communications.

The centre is open to visitors for pre-booked appointments and essential courses, but not for general drop-ins. We will of course resume normal services as soon as it is safe to do so. Meanwhile, use our referral form to self refer or for a professional referral, or get in touch via phone or email.

We can support you in many areas including:

  • Domestic and sexual abuse
  • Benefit and housing issues
  • The police, courts and prison
  • Mental wellbeing
  • Employment and education
We are available Monday - Friday. Outside this time contact 999 in emergency, or the National Domestic Abuse Helpline for 24 hour support: 0808 2000 247.
In order to access the best support for you, please use the referral form or get in touch on 01946 550103 or email contactus@womenoutwest.co.uk so that we can arrange an online or face-to-face appointment. This initial chat will help us get to know you and explore how we can best help and support you from that point forwards.

This course is led by an experienced member of the team, and is an in-depth exploration of who you are by focusing on your own thoughts, feelings and behaviours. Topics include: The Self, Emotions, Perceptions and Expectations. You'll receive a workbook to help you on your journey, and a folder full of inspirational information, quotes and ideas!

There is strong evidence to suggest women who complete this course go on to have healthier relationships, are more likely to begin volunteering and enter employment and training and less likely to find themselves in crisis. Let us help you to find your way forward!

This is a personal development course aimed at women in the criminal justice system. Usually these will be 2 hour sessions, and they will be lead by an experienced staff member.

Each women is offered a bespoke package of support alongside the opportunity to develop and practice transferable skills.  During the first appointment the priority issues are identified and can range from domestic abuse; housing issues; personal safety; or income.

Petals is an 8-week intervention project aimed at reducing offending and re-offending