Affected by domestic or sexual violence?
You are believed, accepted, supported and understood.
You are not alone.
JWA is here to help you. Read more
Jewish Women's Aid is very excited to be invited by Women's Aid to participate in the pioneering Change That Lasts programme, "Ask Me", to help communities become safe places for women and children who need help. Read more
Please donate to JWA now so that we can continue to provide our vital services to the Jewish community. Read more
Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis is JWA's patron, and speaks out powerfully in support of Jewish Women's Aid for our IDEVAW Campaign 2018. Read more
JWA supports Jewish women survivors of domestic and sexual violence
Abuse or relationship breakdown? It's not always easy to tell. But here are some common warning signs.
We are here for you, when you need us.
Find out the best way to get in touch.
Part of JWA's mission is to increase awareness in order to prevent violence against women and girls in the Jewish community. Find out how you can play your part in this.
Our Client Support team is here to support Jewish women and children affected by domestic and sexual violence. Find out how to refer someone to JWA for help.
JWA relies on the generosity of the Jewish community to continue to work. Find out here how to play your part in ending gender-based violence and abuse in our community
Women had support from JWA last year
Pupils were reached in Healthy Relationships education in schools
People attended JWA talks and trainings
Was raised in our last IDEVAW campaign
We run a campaign every November in honour of the U.N.'s International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women, 25th November Read more
Statement from JWA's CEO Naomi Dickson on the draft Domestic Violence bill Feb 2019 Read more
Important statement by CEO Naomi Dickson on funding announcement by Mayor of London Read more
We are excited to announce the launch of our brand new service in the Jewish community, supporting Jewish organisations with policy and training about sexual harassment. Read more