Dumbarton District Women’s Aid

DDWA provides refuge for women and their children fleeing domestic abuse.  If you are fleeing domestic abuse but do not want to go into refuge, you can also use their outreach service. DDWA provides advocacy, practical and emotional support, based around your own individual needs. For more information

Clydebank Women’s Aid

Clydebank Women’s Aid provides refuge for women and children who are fleeing domestic abuse. If you still live at home or in other accommodation and refuge is not appropriate for you, they can support you by providing someone to talk to and support. Clydebank Women’s Aid can provide you with information about your legal rights, legal protection and safety planning, guidance on what other agencies offer, and provide details of an interpreter service if required. For more information:

Women’s Safety and Support Service

This Service provides support for women who are or have experienced domestic abuse and an offence has been referred to court. You can access this service if you are a witness at court for domestic abuse or other partner violence; if you or your partner are receiving a criminal justice social work service, or if you have been charged with a criminal offence and have experienced abuse. If you would like more information: