fearless.scot website now online

Written by
Alan Mairs

Fearless, the national support service for survivors of domestic abuse in Scotland has launched a new website. The site www.fearless.scot offers information and resources on the service and allows users to make a referral online. 

The service works with survivors of domestic abuse over 16 years old of all races, religions, beliefs, abilities, gender identities, sexes or sexual orientations. 

Fearless offers non-judgmental, one-to-one support for individuals experiencing domestic abuse. Dedicated case workers will offer mentoring and tailored support in areas such as: healthcare, housing, emotional support, practical support, safety planning, addictions and assistance to access appropriate benefits. The service also offers practical support for survivors to access a range of services and will support appropriate inclusion within communities.

Fearless is funded by the Big Lottery Fund and is a partnership service between Sacro, Shakti Women’s Aid, Respect and LGBT Youth Scotland.