Supporting women and children against domestic violence
Aylesbury Women’s Aid has over 30 years’ experience in providing support for women, children and young people who are, or have been, affected by domestic abuse.
We work from a feminist perspective and are committed to the principle of self-help.
We provide free information, emotional support, and access to safe temporary accommodation to enable women and children to determine their own futures free from abuse and violence.
If you need help and support please call our helpline on 01296 437 777
If you are in immediate danger call 999
Helpline 01296 437777
Refuge 01296 436827
Out of hours emergencies in Bucks 07742 162484
Our latest tweet
The refuge and the outreach office phone lines will be closed on the 25th – 27th December 2018 and the 1st January 2019. If you live in Buckinghamshire and need urgent advice you can contact us on 07742 162 484. Or you can contact the National Domestic Abuse Helpline on 0808 2000 247. In case of […]Read More
Our Annual Report for 2017 / 18 is now published. Our key statistics for the year were: 74 women and 81 children stayed at the refuge and 131 refuge spaces were found for families from the Aylesbury vale area in other locations 263 women used the outreach service with an additional 388 helpline calls from […]Read More
We are looking for female volunteers to support our Child Development Worker when taking children who live in the refuge on trips and visits during the school holidays. This can be to the park, the cinema or further afield. This is a great opportunity for those looking to work with children and assist the children living […]Read More