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Case Studies

Case studies are a great way to raise awareness of the services delivered by our members. We are always looking for case studies that emphasise the importance of these services and the essential support they provide to some of the most vulnerable people in our society. If you have any case studies you would like to share on the website, please email them to

AB - Clwyd Alyn Women’s Aid
Clwyd Alyn

After an extended period in Refuge, the numerous struggles and setbacks, a lot of hard work, dedication and the developing of skills and personal strengths AB left Refuge to her forever home, healthy, her mental health stabilised, add...
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Women's Aid Monmouthshire (WAIMON)
Women's Aid Monmouthshire

Women's Aid Monmouthshire (WAIMON) is the lead domestic abuse agency in Monmouthshire. It is a charity that provides practical and emotional support, information and refuge to women and children who are experiencing domestic abuse, or have experienced domestic abuse in the past. WAIMON won the 'Empowering Survivors' category at the 2014 Promoting Independence Awards.


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Cadwyn Housing Association

Nightingale House is a 26 bedroom homeless hostel for families, run by Cadwyn Housing Association. The aim of the service is to help tackle homelessness in Cardiff by providing a temporary, safe and supportive environment to families that enables them to address issues and increase their skills and confidence in their ability to manage their future homes and lead settled and happy lives within their communities.

Sharon* was placed at Nightingale House as she was fleeing domestic abuse from her husband of 8 years. 

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Kerry Manning
The Wallich

My name is Kerry Manning and I’m a former client of the Wallich in Park Street, Bridgend. I came to live in Wales from Northern Ireland in July of 2010 through domestic violence. When I first came to Wales I was in Women’s Aid for seven months before I got my own property for me and my two children. I was extremely lonely and my children were living in squalor as I couldn’t afford to decorate or buy things for my home, I was in a desperate state of depression and had no one to turn to.

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Company Registration No: 5093332
Charity No: 1116774