"At least 1 in every 3 women in Jamaica has suffered physical violence at some point in her life."

- CARICOM Post-Beijing Regional Plan of Action to the Year 2000

About us

We provide a safe space

Women experiencing domestic violence need to be able to “talk out” in a safe, protected space, without fear of repercussion or stigmatization; and feel confident that they will be understood and supported during recovery.

We aim to provide that space to fuel the conversation, while working with existing agencies helping domestic violence victims to ensure that when women speak up, they are guaranteed the resources they need to rebuild their lives.

"The moment you accept responsibility for everything in your life is the moment you gain the power to change anything in your life."

- Hal Ezrod

Useful links

What is worth knowing?

Domestic Violence Act Jamaica

Act established in 1996 and amended in 2004 to provide remedies for domestic violence, for the protection of the victim through speedy and effective relief and for connected and incidental matters.


How to Get a Protection Order

If you are being abused, it is possible to seek the protection of the courts in stemming the physical or mental harm you face. Here are some details from the Jamaica Observer.


Violence Against Women Fact Sheet

The World Health Organization (WHO) has published a fact sheet on their website, identifying that this is a major public health problem and a violation of women's human rights.


Women’s Health Survey 2016

Jamaica Women’s Health Survey 2016 is the first report to provide a comprehensive examination of the nature and prevalence of violence against women and girls in Jamaica.


Here is your opportunity to help change the stigma and impact of domestic abuse, and save more lives of women and children.

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