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Suite 2.1 , Chandelier Building8 Scrubs LaneLondonNW10 6RB
FORWARD UK (Foundation For Women's Health Research and Development) is committed to gender equality and safeguarding the health and rights of African Women. It is a leading African diaspora women’s campaign and support organisation. It works through partnerships in the UK, Europe and Africa to transform lives, tackling discriminatory practices that affect the dignity and wellbeing of girls and women. It's main focus is on female genital mutilation (FGM), child marriage and obstetric fistula.
St Lukes HallWestmount RoadElthamLondonSE9 1JB
Greenwich Cruse provides free bereavement support, help and advice for Greenwich residents, including children. The aim of Cruse Bereavement Care is: - To provide free support and counselling one to one and in groups. - To offer free information and advice to anyone who has been affected by a death. - To offer education, support, information and publications to anyone supporting bereaved people. - To increase public awareness of the needs of bereaved people through campaigning and information services. When you make contact, some…
Woolwich Common Community CentreLeslie Smith SquareLondonSE18 4DW
The Migrant Hub is a drop-in service offering free advice and practical support to refugees, asylum seekers and migrants. What We Do Every week we offer: Immigration advice Housing advice Support for survivors of domestic violence Food parcels A shared hot lunch On a rotating basis the Hub hosts outreach workers offering: Support for families facing destitution Support for survivors of gender-based violence Support…
Local group of national charity providing free and confidential advice, assistance and support to victims of crime, witnesses, their family, friends and anyone else affected. Also can provide advocacy with housing or police, information provision, and personal alarms and offer office or home visits.
248-266Nightingale ValeLondonSE18 4HN
We work with children up to the age of 13 and their families within the community, at our centre and in their home. The focus of the work is to provide both practical and emotional support and advice. We do this by: One- to –one family support Direct work with children Group work for children and parents (including our domestic abuse recovery programme, MySpace)
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust Health Visiting teams ask about domestic violence as part of the Family Health Needs assessment. This can take place antenatally, following the birth of a baby, when a family arrive in the area or at any time where the professional thinks the question is indicated. Opportunities will be provided to see the possible victim alone to hold sensitive conversations. Health Visitors continue to work with families at risk of, or experiencing, domestic violence and abuse (DVA), including participation in the Child Protection process where this has become…