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We believe that everyone has a choice in how they live their life.

Services for adults

We offer a range of specialist support services for adults, including temporary refuge accommodation, an IDVA service, a Hospital-based IDVA and a Housing Link Worker.



JADA+ Therapeutic Services

JADA+ Therapeutic Services provide a Person Centred BACP registered Children and Young People’s Counsellor for children and young people who live across Leicestershire.



Want to get involved? You can support us in one of the following ways:


Running a marathon or fancy trying a skydive? Why not make it a fundraising activity for us, to help raise vital funds and awareness of our services. 


As a charity we rely on donations to continue our work supporting victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence. All donations make a real difference to the people we support.


We value all our volunteers who help us to provide vital support to victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence. Could you spare some time?

Professional training

We offer a range of training sessions that can be adapted to suit you or your organisation’s particular requirements, giving an overview of issues surrounding domestic abuse or looking at more specific, in depth topics.




  • Stalking Awareness Lunch

    In collaboration with the Alice Ruggles Trust, Women's Aid Leicestershire Ltd (WALL) held its first Stalking Awareness lunch, which brought together professionals and the public to raise awareness of stalking, the need to report it and WALL's new stalking support service. Read more

  • Alistair raises over £500 at Chase the Sun event

    Alistair Jackson has completed the Chase the Sun cycling event, raising over £500 for Women's Aid Leicestershire Ltd. Read more

  • How to call the Police when you can't talk

    There will be times when a domestic abuse victim needs urgent help and needs to call the Police but may be unable to speak, due to not wanting to alert the perpetrator to the call. There is a way round this which the emergency services call the 'silent solution'. Read more



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    You can make your future whatever you want it to be. Ask yourself, are you happy with where you are now? If the a… https://t.co/TKMGnwVLea