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Jewish women’s Aid provides confidential, accessible, empowering and culturally sensitive advocacy and support for Jewish women and children affected by domestic violence. They also deliver education, training and awareness raising, to ensure that all sectors of the Jewish community recognise and speak out against domestic…
0808 801 0500 (Helpline) 020 8445 8060 (Head Office)
Latin American Women’s Aid offers a range of support services, including refuge and outreach for Latin American and Black and minority ethnicity women and children. Women in London and other parts of England can speak to a LAWA support worker about any issue they are…
0207 275 0321
London Black Women’s Project (LBWP) is a domestic violence organisation committed to ending all forms of violence against women and girls. LBWP provides women-only outcomes-focused services in safe and confidential space through a number of projects to BMER women and girls aged 12+ across East…
0208 472 0528
Muslim Women’s Network operate a national specialist faith and culturally sensitive helpline that is confidential and non-judgmental, which offers information, support, guidance and referrals for those who are suffering from or at risk of abuse or facing problems on a range of issues.
0800 999 5786 or 0303 999 5786
Refugee Council delivers a number of projects to refugees including two with a specific focus around domestic violence and sexual violence in refugee communities.
LGBT Domestic Abuse Partnership (DAP) is a specialist LGBT partnership providing comprehensive advice and support for LGBT people experiencing domestic abuse and violence. The DAP offers one to one support, housing advice and free counselling.
020 7704 2040
Call or email the Assessment and Intervention team to report the abuse of a vulnerable adult, find out more information or raise a concern because you are worried about a vulnerable person.
0207 364 5005
Respond helps children and adults with learning disabilities who have experienced abuse or trauma, as well as those who have abused others, through psychotherapy, advocacy and other support.
Respect offers a confidential helpline offering advice, information and support to help perpetrators stop being violent and abusive to their partners. Trained advisors help and advise men who abuse their female partners (straight or bi), men who abuse their male partners (gay or bi), women…
0808 802 4040
Domestic Violence Intervention Project - support for individuals who have been violent to their partner. Female partners of those accepted on to a programme will be offered services.
020 7633 9181