Don’t live with domestic violence

Michelle Blair (left) floating support worker with Women's Aid Magherafelt & Toome is pictured with Helena Heron and Jean Purvis, floating support workers Women's Aid Cookstown and Dungannon and Shirley McMurray, deputy manager Cookstown and Dungannon Women's Aid.

Michelle Blair (left) floating support worker with Women's Aid Magherafelt & Toome is pictured with Helena Heron and Jean Purvis, floating support workers Women's Aid Cookstown and Dungannon and Shirley McMurray, deputy manager Cookstown and Dungannon Women's Aid.

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WOMEN’S Aid have opened a new office to provide services for women in the Magherafelt and Toome areas who are living with domestic violence.

Michelle Blair is the Floating Support Worker for the area, and can help women with needs arising from a domestic violence situation. Support can include safety planning, accompanying women to solicitors or courts, general housing advice, money management, information on benefits and informing women of the availability of other specialist services.

The new office will be located at 46b Rainey Street, Magherafelt, and Michelle can be contacted on 07841 204 540.

Cookstown & Dungannon Women’s Aid Resource Centre – 028 86769300

Anyone experiencing domestic violence can also access support by calling the 24 hour Domestic Violence Helpline on 0800 917 1414.