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If you are looking for Refuge accommodation you can telephone our main office on:

0161 477 4294

Lines are staffed Monday to Thursday from 9am to 5pm and Friday 9am - 4:30pm there is an answerphone outside of these hours.

If we are unable to answer your call, or you need support outside of these hours, you should contact the national domestic abuse helpline on: 0808 2000 247

Email us: info@stockportwithoutabuse.org.uk

PLEASE NOTE: In order to keep our system up to date and improve security we are conducting essential maintenance which means we will not have access to our emails from Friday 23rd August 2019 until midday Tuesday 27th August 2019 (1.5 working days)

Welcome to Stockport Without Abuse.

Who are Stockport Without Abuse? We are a local charity who offer a range of services to help and support women, men and children who are affected by domestic abuse. Everyone has the right to live their life free from fear, violence and abuse. Sometimes it is difficult to know what is happening and you can feel confused and unsure about whether you are in an abusive relationship and the options available to you. You may feel frightened, humiliated and isolated.

What is Domestic Abuse?

Domestic abuse is about how people use their power to control someone in a relationship – it can involve physical, emotional, sexual and financial abuse as well as forced marriage and ‘honour-based’ violence. It is rarely a one-off incident and tends to get worse over time. If you think you are experiencing or have recently experienced abuse from your partner, ex-partner or a close family member or if you are being forced into marriage, we can help you.

                               

Kate's Story

Kate accessed the Floating Support Service at Stockport Without Abuse in September 2011. She had a young son and was heavily pregnant when she was re-housed into her new property after staying in a women’s refuge...Read More

Alisha's Story

Alisha moved into SWA refuge after fleeing many years of physical, sexual and emotional abuse; and suffers from quite severe anxiety as a result. Staff had some concerns about her mental well-being as she initially minimised the effects of the domestic abuse on her mental health....Read More

 






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