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Glasgow Women's Aid


Empowering young women ... Encouraging healthy relationships

Glasgow Woman's Aid (GWA) are running a support service called Enough! for young women aged 13-19 in Glasgow who are victims, or may be victims of, intimate partner abuse or gender-based violence (GBV). 

The service provides 1-2-1 support for girls who have experiences relationship abuse of GBV, such as forced marriage or stalking and harassment.  As well as providing emotional and therapeutic support, the service can also help with homelessness, housing, finances, employability, education and health, to name a few. 

There are free prevention workshops running across Glasgow to help empower young women, build their confidence / independence and help with feelings of isolation. 

Drop-in sessions, for advice and/or urgent support, are currently running for young women at GWA offices on Thursdays between 4 p.m. and 8 p.m. 

If you need help, or know of someone who does, but cannot attend, complete the Enough! referral form and sent it via email to 

You are not alone! 

For further information, see information booklet and adjacent poster.

GWA Enough!