Make a referral
We accept self-referrals from women and their families. You must be living in Aylesbury Vale (IDVA and Outreach) or the Chilterns District (IDVA only). Please check our map if you are not sure . You can call us directly on our helpline 01296 437777 or contact us through the website to access our services.
We are able to accept referrals from other Professional and Voluntary Sector Agencies, where it has been identified that clients that you are working with have been affected by domestic abuse.
Clients that you are working with must live in our catchment area of Aylesbury Vale (IDVA and Outreach) or Chilterns District (IDVA only), view our map.
Please complete the relevant referral form, which can be found below, and return it to us via firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also contact us on our Helpline for further information or support in completing the referral form.
Please ensure that you have completed the consent to share information with Women’s Aid and return the form to us in a secure manner (e.g. secure email or password protected file).
We will respond to the referral within one working day and confirm that the referral has been received.
You may also be interested in the training opportunities that we can offer your organisation.
What other agencies say about our services for women and children:
Clients have shared that they receive good quality support from the staff at Aylesbury Women’s Aid during their stay and after they were re-housed.
The feedback from the Helping Hands programme is positive from both children and adults.
The young women are feeling more empowered, confident and feel valued when discussing healthy relationships.
She can leave
Planning or making the exit from an abusive relationship can be the most dangerous. Many women are quite rightly scared to make that final step. Also, a woman may feel ashamed about what has happened or feel it’s her fault, or she may be worried about the future – what will she do for money or a home, how will the kids cope at a new school.
She may even be physically prevented from leaving her home. Sadly, many women do not feel they have the support from family, friends and employers that gives them the courage to leave.
Aylesbury Women’s Aid can give you the support and information needed if you want to leave.