News from RtR

Our good friends at NRPF (No recourse to Public Funds) Network at Islington Council, have sent out a few updates. NRPF Network are a national point of reference and offer a really useful webtool to help advise practitioners supporting someone with no recourse.


Aylesbury Women's Aid is still offering phone appointments for our IDVA, Outreach, Counselling and Young People’s Service.  Our dedicated and experienced staff will be providing the same level of support and expertise by telephone. We are still able to offer solicitor appointments by telephone. 

You can contact us on 01296 437777. Out of Hours: 07742162484

Here is a message from the DA leads for Oxfordshire, our old friends and DA Champions Abi and Sarah.

Once again our innovative DA Champ trainer in West Berks has been extremely busy within the wonderful organisation she works for. 


Reducing the Risk are very sad to hear the news of the death of Councillor Shabnum Sadiq, who was a DA Champion in Slough and an advocate of women and girls, working to end violence towards them.

Helpful guidance from West Sussex County Council on safety planning for those experiencing domestic abuse.

Oxfordshire County Council have released two documents providing guidance on domestic abuse and Covid-19 for Oxfordshire specifically.

We had the following from Anita in Bucks, with a message about services in Aylesbury. I have also updated our Bucks homepage as well:


Dear all


We are all having to cope with changes to work and home life balance and it is difficult for everyone. However we shouldn't forget that this must be especially hard for those living with domestic abuse and we do need to consider how we can best support them.

Our good friends at MK Act wanted to highlight how they are operating under COVID19 conditions. I have also updated the MK homepage on this site.

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