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This website is still under construction and we will be updating and adding to the website frequently. We are committed to the Welsh language and are currently in the process of uploading our translation.

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Ammanford: 01269 597474

Brecon: 01874 625146

Bridgend: 01656 766139

Neath Port Talbot: 01639 633 580

Radnor: 01597 824655

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    About us

    Calan DVS is one of the largest domestic abuse charities in Wales and we are committed to working in partnership to end domestic violence and abuse. Our staff are passionate about what they do and deliver much needed services to support some of the most vulnerable people in society.

    Our service was formed in 2012 as a result of a merger between Neath & Lliw Valley Women’s Aid and since 2012, other Women’s Aid organisations have also joined the group including Brecknock Women’s Aid, Bridgend Women’s Aid and Ammanford Women’s Aid.

    COVID-19 - We are still here!

    This pandemic is a scary time for so many, particularly for Victims of Domestic Abuse. At home shouldn’t mean at risk.

    If you or someone you know is suffering from Domestic Abuse, isolation rules do not apply.

     

    #YouAreNotAlone

    We are excited to release our first ever podcast. Calan’s first podcast entitled What next! is a survivor led podcast where Rachel Williams – Don’t Look Back talks about her experiences of domestic abuse, coercive control and the impacts.

    During the podcast you will also hear from sector experts Gwendolyn Sterk from Welsh Women’s Aid and Joanne Hopkins from ACE Support Hub Cymru who talk about the importance of survivor voices and how survivors inform policy work, the SEEDS project and the impact of Adverse Childhood Experiences.

    The podcast is led by our interim CEO Michelle Whelan

    To listen to the podcast on Apple : https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/what-next/id1489192748

    and Spotify:

    https://open.spotify.com/show/3WmAwK1WfaqcU78A9D4bo5

    Get in touch

    Ammanford:

    01269 597474

    Brecon:

    01874 625146

    Bridgend:

    01656 766139

    Neath Port Talbot:

    01639 633 580

    Radnor:

    01597 824655

    Or email our enquiries inbox

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