Refuge - 01494 461367
Outreach - 01494 449922
IDVA - 01494 449922



Our current donation needs (November 2023) are as follows:

  • Tinned food / pasta / rice / breakfast cereals / biscuits
  • UHT milk / sugar / squash / tea bags / instant coffee / instant hot chocolate
  • Toothbrushes and toothpaste
  • Deodorant
  • Toiletry gift sets
  • Brand new socks for female adults
  • Brand new underwear for female adults (sizes 8 – 16)
  • Brand new matching bedding sets – single fitted sheet, single duvet cover and one pillowcase OR double fitted sheet, double duvet cover and two pillowcases
  • Brand new mattress protectors – single or double
  • Brand new pillowcase protectors
  • Hair products for natural/textured hair
  • Video doorbells – these are excellent for women in terms of safety and gathering evidence, but often unaffordable for many women
  • DASH cameras – these are really good in terms of capturing abusers’ stalking/harassing behaviours and for evidence gathering, but are often unaffordable for many women

Mission Statement

“Wycombe Women’s Aid exists to provide independent, high-quality specialist services to women and children experiencing the effects of domestic violence.  We provide safe, temporary and emergency accommodation as well as practical and emotional support within the refuge and through outreach in the local community.  Our services are underpinned by an equal opportunities approach and shaped by a feminist, trauma informed ethos.”

 Wycombe Women’s Aid is a registered charity working in the Wycombe, South Bucks and Chiltern Districts of Buckinghamshire.  We work with women and children who are experiencing or trying to escape domestic violence and who are dealing with its effects and consequences.

If you need help NOW, please telephone the Bucks Domestic Abuse Service on 01296 437777.  This is a 24/7 helpline.  The website for the Bucks Domestic Abuse Service is  The National Domestic Violence Helpline offers a 24 hour support and information service on 0808 2000 247.  In an emergency telephone the Police – 999.

Women supporting Women against domestic violence

Wycombe Women’s Aid works from a feminist perspective and is committed to the principles of self-help and mutual support. We support women to make their own choices and decisions about how they want to live their lives.

We offer access to safe, temporary accommodation, support, information and advice. All women, with or without children, are welcome to use our services.

This website has been designed to help you to find what you are looking for quickly. There are many resources available, provided both by Wycombe Women’s Aid and external agencies.

You can start by looking at the items below which will direct you to specific pages and content in the site.


Wycombe Women’s Aid offers emergency, temporary and safe accommodation for women on their own and women with children who are escaping domestic violence.

Find out more about Refuge


Wycombe Women’s Aid has a dedicated children’s service which aims to meet the needs of all the children and young people living in the refuge.

Find out about children and young people


Wycombe Women’s Aid’s Outreach Service supports women living in Wycombe, South Bucks and Chiltern who are, or have, experienced abuse.

Find out more about Outreach


This service is for women in the High Wycombe, Chiltern and South Bucksdistricts of Buckinghamshire who are currently experiencing domestic violence or who have experienced it in the past and are still dealing with its effects.

Find out more about Counselling


Raising awareness about domestic violence and the work of Wycombe Women’s Aid is achieved through the delivery of training sessions and workshops for voluntary, statutory and non-statutory organisations.

Find out about Training

Useful Links

Our useful links page provides links to other websites and details of local and national organisations that also offer information and support around domestic violence and honour based violence.

Find out about Useful Links


The Buckinghamshire Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy Service is an independent, professional and confidential countywide service hosted by Wycombe Women’s Aid and Aylesbury Women’s Aid.

Find out more about IDVA


See our News page for the latest information and advice from Wycombe Women’s Aid, domestic violence stories in the national press and updates from WAFE (Women’s Aid Federation England).

Go to the News page.


Wycombe Women’s Aid recognises that volunteers can make an important contribution to achieving its aims and objectives as well as raising awareness about domestic violence within the local community.

Find out about Volunteering

The Flexible Fund 

Bucks Domestic Abuse Services have created a Flexible Fund to support people experiencing domestic abuse who reside in Buckinghamshire.  The purpose of the fund is to support survivors to achieve or maintain safe and secure housing.

For further information about the Flexible Fund, including eligibility criteria, please see the Flexible Fund Information Sheet

If you would like to make an application, please download the application form here

If you need assistance, please contact Wycombe Women’s Aid’s refuge helpline on 01494 461367

Completed application forms can be returned to

Would you like specialist support?

Wycombe Women’s Aid supports lesbian, bi-sexual and trans people who have experienced domestic violence.  If you would like specialist support for hate crime, sexual violence or domestic violence from an LGBT+ charity, you may like to contact the National LGBT Domestic Abuse Helpline: 0800 999 5428, or email, or go directly to their website. For anything else please contact us.

National LGBT Domestic Abuse Helpline

Wycombe Women's Aid P.O. Box 1477 High Wycombe Bucks HP11 9HP Registered Charity No. 299946 Registered Company No. 2245478 ©2016 Wycombe Women's Aid

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