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Domestic Violence Support for Women from the Wai Yin Society

Wai Yin  Society was founded by a group of Chinese Women, concerned that the needs and ambitions of Chinese women in the UK were underrepresented.  Although we have developed our services to cater for both men and women and for other BME ethnic minority groups, our focus on Chinese women has never shifted.  We recognise that many Chinese women are still marginalised, isolated and vulnerable, in need of support for themselves and their families.  We value the strength of women and believe in nurturing their experiences and skills to strengthen families and communities.

Services we offer include:

  • Peer support groups
  • English language classes and learning support
  • One-to-one support and advice sessions
  • Access to information and advice on immigration, employment and family law

Services provided across Manchester for BME communities.  Staff and volunteers speak many languages, including: Cantonese, Mandarin, Somali, Polish, French, Spanish, Czech, Russian, Lithuanian, Urdu, Punjabi and Arabic.

Where to Go

Name of venue
Wai Yin Society
Venue address
66 - 68
Swan Street
Greater Manchester
M4 5JU
Additional Notes

Only five minutes’ walk from Shudehill Public Transport Interchange (Bus, Tram, Centreline)

When is it On?

Date & Time Information
Monday to Friday 9:30am - 5:30pm
Time of day
Session Information

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Associated Cost
Referral required?
Referral and availability notes

Referrals required for some services.  Please call and ask for more information.

We are pleased to announce that Wai Yin Society has recently been awarded “Approved Provider Status” for Manchester City Council in respect of:

Troubled Families Interventions


Innovative Advice Solutions


Please contact us as soon as possible if you are making referrals!


Please contact us

Who to Contact

Jenny Tsang
Senior Manager
0161 833 0377
0161 272 7482
Additional Notes

Only five minutes’ walk from Shudehill Public Transport Interchange (Bus, Tram, Centreline)

Last Updated: 11/10/2019