30 Bell Street, Glasgow, UK
SAY Women is a voluntary organisation which offers safe, supported accommodation and related services for young women, aged 16-25 years, who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse, rape or sexual assault and who are homeless or threatened with homelessness.
Referrals can be made to Accommodation Project and Resource Service by young women themselves or an organisation/project working with them, please see contact information.
SAY Women provides a variety of services to respond to the needs of young survivors, including;
We work in partnership with a variety of agencies to ensure young women receive consistent and appropriate services.
This is a worrying time for everyone, but we know it is particularly difficult for women who are experiencing violence and abuse of any kind. It can be more difficult to access help and support under the current circumstances, but many services around Glasgow are still operating, including our own.
Following Public Health Advice in relation to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), we are operating an alternative service as of 17th March. Our Bell Street office is now closed and our staff are working from home. Our main phone number is still operational and we have full access to our email and website messages, so we are still available if you need to get in touch.
We are still taking referrals to our service as usual, just contact us by phone, email or use our website referral form
Our young women felt they needed more regular group work sessions as a way of meeting up and staying connected while they can’t do so in person. We currently have a group work session every weekday, including our Friday Drop-in, discussion groups, self-care and creative activity groups.
for young women, aged 16-25 years, who are survivors of childhood sexual abuse, rape or sexual assault and who are homeless or threatened with homelessness