New Gwent Escorts Support Project Rolls Out

New Gwent escorts support service has rolled out and if you are in the area, this could be just what you need. In short, the Gwent Women’s Advocacy Project aims to offer support to women working in the sex industry within Gwent.

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The project can offer support to access benefits, provide housing advice, debt and budgeting advice, and can refer to specialist services if necessary. They can also provide supplies of condoms and lubricant.

Why Would You Choose The Gwent Womens Advocacy Project?

There are other projects that provide services like these, so what makes the Women’s Advocacy Project different?

Firstly, they only support women who work in the sex industry. The team understand the need for privacy and discretion.

Secondly, the Gwent project operates a non-judgemental service. Their project aims to support women, and to advocate for them. This means to help them achieve the best possible outcome according to their needs and what they want to get out of the project.

Thirdly, they do not work on the assumption that sex working is “a problem to be solved”. If a woman has made a decision to sex work they will respect her choice. The team will simply work to promote equality and freedom of choice, safe working practices and to ensure that women feel they can access services and support despite what wortk they have chosen.

Working in the sex industry can be stressful and isolating, especially if nobody knows what you do for work. At the Women’s Advocacy Project the team can offer support to discuss issues around sex work that you might not be able to talk about with anyone else. They are available to listen and be supportive while always respecting your privacy and your right to make your own choices.

The Gwent Project is part of the Ugly Mugs reporting scheme, which aims to improve safety by enabling people to report dangerous or dodgy customers.

If you are in the Gwent area and you think you could benefit from the services of this project, the team would love to hear from you. It is completely voluntary, there is no pressure to use their services a minimum number of times, or to use all parts of the service. It’s entirely up to you.

  • Blaenau Gwent
  • Caerphilly
  • Monmouthshire
  • Newport
  • Torfaen

Getting in Touch

You can check out the organisation they work with, SEWREC (South East Wales Regional Equality Council) by visiting their website.

You can contact the Womens Advocacy team any of the following ways.

Telephone: 01633 240914
Mobile: 07825 917145/07825 917154
Email: womensadvocacy@sewrec.wales