SAY Women is a unique organisation, established in 1991, that provides support to young survivors, 16-25 years, of child sexual abuse and other forms of sexual violence, who are at risk of / experiencing homelessness.
To provide practical and emotional support in a range of settings to young women, 16 – 25, who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse, who are homeless or threatened with homelessness and to represent their interests wherever the opportunity arises.
SAY Women aims to:
- To provide safe accommodation with specialist support which focuses on the practical skills necessary to support independent living and promote health and wellbeing.
- To work in partnership with other agencies to To ensure the needs of young homeless survivors are understood by the organisations with who they will come into contact with.
- To represent the interests of adult survivors at national and local government level, with the justice system and any other relevant forums etc.
- To raise public awareness of the issues facing young adult survivors and provide training on child sexual abuse, and related issues, nationally.
Established: September 1991
Board members: 6
Full time staff: 9
Part time staff: 2
Phone number: 0141 552 5803
Address: 3rd Floor, 30 Bell St, Glasgow G1 1LGView charity accounts on the Scottish Charity Commission website