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Ross-shire Women’s Aid Women’s Support Worker, Skye &Lochalsh Job Share – 14 hrs per week £22,220 per annum (pro rata for part time hours) “Thank...
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Tesco's Bags of Help

Ross-Shire Women’s Aid is delighted to be a recipient of Tesco’s‪ #‎BagsofHelp initiative.   Tesco has teamed up with greenspace scotland to launch its Bags of...
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Mothering in the context of Domestic Abuse Seminar

Mothering in the context of Domestic Abuse Seminar On Tuesday 8th December we will be holding a Seminar – Mothering in the context of Domestic Abuse. This will take place at Westend Community Centre, Alness from 10.00am – 1.00pm. Registration will be from 9.30am where, tea, coffee and pastries will be available.

Community Funding from Aviva

Help us secure funding from Aviva for our Male Mentoring Project by clicking on the link below https://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/voting/Project/View/2001 Please share with you friends and help us get as many votes as possible

Reducing The Risk of Homelessness Amongst Eastern European Women Project

Ross-shire, Caithness &Sutherland & Lochaber Women’s Aid have launched a new project funded by the Big Lottery Fund. The new project aims to raise awareness amongst the Eastern European community of services available and to provide support within this community to help combat homelessness as a result of domestic abuse. The project seeks to ensure women are better supported to sustain tenancies and cope with the practical and emotional issues of being affected by domestic abuse.

Women At War

A group of our service users took part in a Women at War project, Women at War is a collaborative community engagement project between Archaeology Scotland and Ross-shire Women's Aid. The project focused on researching and recording HMS Owl, (now known as Fearn Airfield) and the role of the Women's Royal Naval Service who where based here from 1942. Below is a link of a leaflet with all information regarding this project http://www.archaeologyscotland.org.uk/sites/default/files/Women%20at%20War%20leaflet_FINAL.pdf

Coercive Control Seminar

We are holding a seminar entitled “Coercive Control & the Leaving Process – Understanding Domestic Abuse”. This will take place on Thursday 3rd April in Inshes Church, Inverness from 10.00am until 1.00pm. Please note that registration is from 9.30am. Tea, coffee and pastries will be available. We are delighted that the seminar will be facilitated by Nel Whiting from Scottish Women’s Aid.
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