Women's Aid Integrated Services

Women's Aid Integrated Services

Charity information

Women's Aid Integrated Services

Women’s Aid Integrated Services (WAIS) is an independent charity working with women and their children across Nottinghamshire, who have been affected by domestic abuse.

Founded 1980

  • Mission statement

    Women’s Aid Integrated Services (WAIS) is a free, confidential and independent charity working with women and their children who have been affected by domestic abuse. We've over 30 years experience and are passionate about helping women and their children to stay as safe as possible and recover from the harm of domestic abuse.

    All our services are delivered by women who are trained to understand domestic abuse and the impact it has on a woman and her children. We have expertise in working with women from Black, Minority Ethnic and Refugee communities and in honor based violence, forced marriage, female genital mutilation, unsettled immigration status and no recourse to public funds.

    We work across Nottingham City and South Nottinghamshire and our services include
    - a 24 hour freephone Helpline and drop in
    - refuge and resettlement
    - advocacy support for women at high risk of harm
    - supporting women through the court system
    - extra security to help women feel safer in their homes
    - outreach and floating support for women
    - children and young people
    - pet foster care service
    - groups for mums and children
    - training for healthcare professionals

  • Aims

    Women's Aid Integrated Services aims to:

    • To support women and children who are affected by domestic abuse.
  • Overview

    Established: January 1980

    Registered Charity Number: 1094012

    Board members: 11

    Phone number: 0115 8457 637

    Address: Women's Aid Integrated Services The Women's Centre 30 Chaucer Street Nottingham NG1 5LP

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