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Faith Regen Foundation is a multi-faith, BAME led charity offering services to women affected by VAWG which include: support from a Domestic Violence worker, confidence building workshops, careers guidance, work experience opportunities, ESOL training and accredited vocational trainingSupport is offered primarily to women currently experiencing…
0207 650 3043
Solace Women’s Aid Advice Service provides free and confidential telephone support for women and girls over the age of 14 who have experienced any form of domestic or sexual abuse. They can help by providing advice and support with improving safety, housing and homelessness, finances…
0808 802 5565
Find advice, information and support for victims of domestic violence. The council’s Community Safety Services, Domestic Violence and Hate Crime team can provide advice, information and referral to local domestic violence services. The team also works behind the scenes to develop local services for people…
0800 279 5434
LBTH DV One Stop Shop takes place every Thursday from 9.30am – 12.30pm at Idea Store Whitechapel, (321 Whitechapel Road, London, E1 1BU). Key members of staff from the Community Safety Unit (Police), LBTH DVHCT, Housing Options, Victim Support Tower Hamlets, Hestia and a solicitor…
LBTH Sanctuary Project provides free tailor-made security for victims of domestic violence. It is run by the Council in partnership with the Police. The service is based on a risk assessment and aims to prevent homelessness amongst victims of domestic violence.
0800 279 5434 (DV Freephone) 0207 364 4986 (Domesti Violence Landline)
LBTH Specialist Domestic Violence Court (SDVC) takes place at Thames and Stratford Magistrates’ Court and deals with most domestic abuse cases. The SDVC Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the SDVC for Tower Hamlets and Hackney, ensuring cases are progressed through the criminal justice system swiftly…
020 7364 1653/07950 848 159 (SDVC Coordinator) 020 8271 1530/1533 (Thames Magistrates Court)
Reporting FGM to the police. If you are in immediate risk call 999
020 7161 2888
LBTH FGM Social Worker undertakes all the social work assessments and delivers training and awareness sessions to professionals as well as working at the specialist ante-natal clinic and the Mile End FGM clinic.
0207 377 7225
Forward (Foundation for Women's Health Research and Development) is a leading African diaspora women’s campaign and support organisation, committed to gender equality and safeguarding the rights of African girls and women. They work through partnerships in the UK, Europe and Africa to transform lives, tackling…
Daughters of Eve is a non-profit organisation that works to protect girls and young women who are at risk from female genital mutilation (FGM). By raising awareness about FGM and sign-posting support services they aim to help people who are affected by FGM and ultimately…