Cuanlee Refuge provides safe and secure crisis accommodation for women and children experiencing domestic abuse. We help women who wish to move on and live independently, free from violence. Our professional staff are available to support women and children during their stay in the refuge. A non-judgmental, open and welcoming service is available to all women and children in CuanleeRead More
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Cuanlee provides the following services to anyone who has experienced domestic violence and abuse
Cuanlee Refuge provides safe and secure short-term emergency accommodation for women and children experiencing domestic abuse.
We offer a range of child-centred, therapeutic services, creating a safe space for children to share their experiences, and importantly sometimes, just to play.
Domestic Abuse Workshops
Cuanlee offer a range of training and information workshops, raising awareness of the complexities of domestic abuse and giving guidance, supporting people to move forward.
A safety plan is a personal plan that helps you to protect yourself and your children in times of crisis
Our experienced and professional team are here to support you on our 24 hour helpline, 365 days of the year.
Outreach Social Work
Not all women experiencing domestic abuse may need to, or even wish to avail of emergency accommodation. Our Outreach Social Worker offers emotional and practical support at your home, at the refuge or somewhere in your community where you feel safe.
Court Accompaniment & Preparation Service
Our trained and experienced staff are here to support and guide you through the court process.
News & Events
Relief Staff Required
The team at Cuanlee Refuge are currently seeking Relief Staff. Candidates must have a recognised qualification in Social Care, Social...Read More
How abusers are using technology to further abuse, control and intimidate their partners.Read More
Domestic Abuse during Covid-19
Our Social Worker, Caithríona O' Neill talks to Neil Prendeville about the rise of domestic abuse during Covid-19.Read More