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We need your views on our Premises
We are considering whether the current building meets our needs now, and into the future. The possibility of relocation is part of the plans to meet growing demand and improve our services. We value the expertise and experience of our beneficiaries, partners and staff in this decision and so we would love to hear your views. Please take a few minutes to complete this survey. Thank you!
Have your say: New Support Group Launching in September 2021
If you are a woman who has been impacted by domestic abuse or relationship struggles, please do take five mins to complete this survey to help us shape our new My Ally support groups ready to launch in September.
You can read more about My Ally here
Learn new skills with our new courses starting in June
We have new courses starting in June. Check them out on our training and education pages here.
Limited availability. Book your place now!
We are re-opening our Centre on Tuesday, 1 June
We are pleased to announce that we will be re-opening our Centre on 1 June, offering blended online & face-to-face services. ESOL courses, course assessments, enrolments and payments will be face-to-face & online. We will also be providing domestic abuse support, by appointment, face-to-face & by phone. Counselling assessments & low-cost counselling will be provided, by appointment, through zoom.
Watford FC fans raise £4993 for domestic abuse on International Women's Day
Watford FC Fans, Goalkeeper Ben Foster, Watford FC Women's Forward, Helen Ward and the Alan Day Group joined forces between 4-22 March 2021 for our #ChooseToChallenge domestic violence campaign and raised nearly £5,000. This campaign was part of this year's International Women's Day, an annnual celebration for women, by women. Funds raised provided urgent counselling sessions for domestic abuse victims.
Watford Women's Centre stands in solidarity with BLM Movement
We support the Black Lives Matter Movement and all those who seek to eradicate injustice across the globe. We recognise the devastating impact of structural racism on people's life chances across health, education, employment and justice. We will always consider issues of intersectionality in our approach to equality & feminism and are committed to amplifying the voices of black women in our work.