Home 2018-06-19T10:51:28+00:00

Have you been
a victim of sexual assault
or rape?

Our SAFE worker can support you
and it is a free and confidential service.

Rape and sexual assault
happen far more often
than statistics indicate.

And it happens in all communities
and cultures.

It is irrelevant what you were wearing,
how much you had to drink or whether you were
in your own home or out for the evening
– you did not ask to be raped or sexually assaulted.

The blame is entirely
the perpetrators.

You do NOT

to the police

have to report

to access our services

To talk in confidence call

0333 323 1543

RAISING AWARENESS: We’ve been organising and attending events to get people talking about women’s mental health, domestic abuse and sexual violence.

The highlight for us was our Information Sharing Event for Bristol Women’s Services. This was an opportunity to find out about women’s services in Bristol with guest speakers, light refreshments and agencies providing services for [...]

Our annual candlelit vigil to mark International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women was a great success.

Thanks to Sue Mountstevens, Police and Crime Commissioner, for leading our march and to everyone who came along and supported it. We chose this occasion to launch our zero tolerance pledge.

LiveZilla Live Chat Software
Click here to find out about our live chat service or for more ways to get help
Slide thumbnail
Slide thumbnail
Slide thumbnail
Slide thumbnail
Slide thumbnail
Slide thumbnail

We provide support for anyone (women, men, children) who has been the victim of rape and sexual abuse across the whole of Avon and Somerset area. 

You do NOT have to report to the police to access our services.

We also provide women’s mental health and domestic abuse support services.

Click below for links to our sister organisations:

Thursday, June 21st, 2018 at 5:59pm
Talking about domestic abuse at the Neighbourhood Watch Seminar, Police Head Quarters #domesticabuse #workingtogether https://t.co/hkP5IJigAr NextLinkHousing photo
Tuesday, June 5th, 2018 at 11:41pm
As part of our Deeds Not Words program, Bristol Women’s voice are commemorating the centenary of some women's suffrage by running an event for girls to experience hands-on engineering-related activities on the SS Great Britain in the new Brunel museum. Come along and join in!