Women's Aid 

* 1. Are you presently living in a Women's Aid refuge or other Women's Aid accommodation? 

* 2. Are you presently using a Women's Aid floating support service? 

* 3. My children are presently using Women's Aid  children's support services

* 4. I have previously used refuge

* 5. I have previously used Floating Support

* 6. My children have previously used Women's Aid children's support services

* 7. Would you recommend Women's Aid services to a friend or family member if they needed it?

* 8. Have you used Women's Aid services more than once? 

* 9. Please rate  how much you agree with the following statements:

  I disagree completely  I disagree  I neither agree nor disagree  I mostly agree  I agree completely 
Violence against women is a manifestation of unequal power relationships between women and men at all levels of society.
Violence against women remains a historical and cultural feature of our society.
The underlying cause of violence against women is the abuse of power and control by perpetrators.
Domestic violence is once form of violence against women.
Domestic violence is a violation of the most fundamental human right: the right to live free from abuse in any form.
Women are not passive victims of domestic violence. With support women have the capacity to cope with and survive the violence and abuse they experience.
With support, mothers who experience domestic violence are best placed to protect their children: the best way to protect a child is to protects its mother.
Women's Aid should not provide services to men:  this should be left to other organisations 
Women's Aid should remain by women, with women for women
Women's Aid should provide positive male role models for my children
Living with other women in refuge provides good support for each other
Living with other women in refuge adds to stress levels
Good quality refuge communal accommodation is preferable to self-contained accommodation

* 10. Do you have any suggestions for Women's Aid to make its services better?