Violence Against Women and Girls

As part of our staff training to raise awareness about Domestic Abuse and Violence against women and girls some of our staff team recently attended the 'What Were You Wearing' Exibit 2023.

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  • 1 Sep 2023
  • Community and Neighbourhood

Over the past 6 months FRASAC has taken part in the 'What Were You Wearing' exhibits in partnership with Fife College and Fife Violence against Women Partnership. The exhibits were located over the four main Fife College campus locations at different times.

Even if you think you’re experiencing mild abuse, it’s important to recognise it.  If you are a victim of domestic abuse it is not your fault.

There are people who can help you and we will provide a sensitive service to ensure privacy, confidentiality and reduce the risk of further harm.

You can speak in private to a female member of staff at Ore Valley Housing Association; or anyone else you trust or use one of the contacts below, who will:

  • Give you information and support
  • Help you consider your options and support you in achieving what you choose to do
  • Help you contact the other services you need

You can get support and information from:

  • CEDAR Network
  • Fife Women's Aid on 0808 802 5555
  • Police on 101 or in an emergency 999
  • Domestic Abuse Helpline 0800 027 1234 or visit
  • FRASAC 01592 642336