Women's Services

Domestic Abuse

If a woman and/or her children are experiencing or at risk due to domestic abuse, they can phone Edinburgh Women’s Aid. Telephone 0131 315 8110;

email: info@edinwomensaid.co.uk.   In an emergency phone The Police on 999. Other contacts are the National Domestic Abuse Helpline: telephone 0800 027 1234 (24 hours) or for all black / minority ethnic women, Shakti Women’s Aid: telephone 0131 475 2399.

Streetwork Women’s Project

Advice, support to women in a crisis situation: risk of violence and physical/mental health issues, addictions, housing, benefits, sex work. Telephone 0131 3440825. email: mail@streetwork.org.uk

18 South Bridge, EH1 1LL

The Access Practice Women’s Clinic

17 Leith Street, Edinburgh. Telephone 0131 240 2810 Thursday: 1.45pm - 4pm. 

For homeless women and pregnant women only.


Women’s Clinic Spittal Street

Specifically for women who are affected by substance use (alcohol and drugs) or/and are involved in sex work. A holistic service with mental health, sexual health, women’s health, social support, including welfare advice and employability issues and 1:1 support.                

Thursday: 2pm - 7.30pm. Drop-in (no appointment needed) 22-24 Spittal Street, Edinburgh EH3 9DU. Telephone: 0131 537 8300

Rape Crisis Scotland National Helpline

Phone free any day between 6pm and midnight on 08088 01 03 02

 Local Office helpline 0131 556 9437.                 Email: support@ercc.scot

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