• Assist: They accept referrals for people whose partner, or ex-partner, has been charged with a domestic abuse offence by the Police and a case is progressing through court.  Their service is for everyone, regardless of their gender, age, ethnicity, sexuality, religious beliefs, disability or immigration status, and you can choose to speak with a female or a male Advocacy Worker. They also have access to interpreting services.


West Dunbartonshire also have Independent domestic abuse advocate specialist (IDAAs), if you report domestic abuse to an agency your worker should discuss with you about carrying out a DASHRic (domestic abuse stalking and harassment risk indicator checklist). This assessment is to support you to identify how agencies can support you to keep you safe.

  • WSSS
  • DDWA
  • Assist