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Media & Communications
We have produced a variety of media to raise awareness of our services, campaign for change and enhance widespread understandings of domestic abuse.
One of our recent campaigns, #StillInLockdown week saw over 30 organisations across Scotland post our resources on their social media profiles for a week. The purpose was to address the lack of attention given to domestic abuse compared to the beginning of the pandemic - a period where we saw increased coverage of domestic abuse, donations and support from the general public.
Check out our latest campaign challenging the myths surrounding domestic abuse. 16 organisations across Glasgow have signed up to display a QR code poster on their premises.
Since working with you, my life has completely changed. I feel more confident than I’ve ever done before, I don’t feel guilty, and I don’t feel it was my fault.
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Who is Affected?
How can we help you?
We strive to ensure that our services are easy to access throughout Perthshire and we provide tailored support to individual needs.
We’re extremely grateful for those who have bravely shared the following stories, which highlight how we can help.
Your refuge gave me the first and only opportunity to escape the abuse my children and I were still part of. As I lived near the children’s father I felt I couldn’t escape them not seeing him, and after a year of being around him with the kids every Saturday my mental health completely plummeted.
I would like to thank you. As a victim of abuse I found it really helpful and learned a lot. I can now recognise abusive personalities and avoid to put myself in abusive relationships in the future. It helped me understand what I’ve been living in and why it was so wrong. Also I have learned to see early signs of abuse. Thank you so much to Women’s Aid Perth for letting supporting me in my native language of Polish. There are so many women who will get benefit of it as they struggle with English and also talking about feelings in my own language is more comfortable.
Our partners help us play a vital role in supporting women and children affected by domestic abuse.