We offer confidential, crisis and long-term support whether you are still living with your partner, have decided to leave or have already left.
We want to help you regain control over your life and decide what is best for you. We know that making the first step is really hard. We won’t make a judgement if you decide to stay. We will stick by you even if the going gets tough.
You can speak to us on the phone, email us, drop into our Kilmarnock office or arrange to meet one of our Outreach Support Workers at a safe time and place in your own community.
Our Domestic Abuse Advocacy Worker can provide intensive support if you are at high risk of harm from domestic abuse. She will work with you closely to keep you and your children safe from harm from a partner or ex-partner. She will support you through the legal and court systems and be a single point of contact for other agencies to make sure you get the support you need.
‘I can be myself, however I’m feeling and it’s always OK’
We are here to help, please get in touch.
We provide confidential, crisis and long-term support to women, children and young people with experience of domestic abuse.
At East Ayrshire Women’s Aid our refuges offer safe, temporary accommodation for women, children and young people.
As many as one in four women, from all walks of life and cultures, have experienced a form of abuse from a partner or ex-partner.
We provide training and awareness sessions to other service providers, workplaces, schools, community groups and organisations.
10 Croft Street
Tel: 01563 536001
30a Ayr Road
Tel: 01290 423434
Monday – Friday
9.00am – 5pm
*This office operates on an appointment only basis.
Scottish Charity No. SC001205 | Registered Company No. 396130