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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.
284Upper Richmond Road WestLondonSW14 7JE
Missing People is the only charity in the UK which is dedicated to bringing missing children and adults back together with their families. The Safecall service supports children /young people who have been away from home and have come into contact with gangs/ or involved in county lines. Scheduled telephone calls to children/young people who are referred to us by professionals working with them. Offering a non-judgemental, safe space to talk about their experiences in confidence. We reassure them that there is a way out, support them to explore their…
Men’s Advice Line Help and support for male victims of domestic abuse with a focus is to increase safety (and the safety of their children). Advisors offer a confidential, non-judgemental listening space giving emotional support, practical advice and signposting to specialist services. Advice and support is available to men affected by domestic violence and abuse, concerned family members and friends as well as frontline workers. Contact: 0808 801 0327 (Mon & Wed 9.00am – 8pm and Tue,…
Greenwich DVA Services, PO Box 71108LondonSE18 9LD
Royal Greenwich Housing has established a Sanctuary Scheme for victims who want to stay in their own home and thereby maintain their established emotional and social networks and avoid homelessness. The scheme provides security upgrades to properties including the installation of new doors, and a safe room if deemed appropriate. This is a service for victims and survivors of domestic violence and abuse (DVA).
Floors 1 and 2135-143 Eltham High StreetElthamLondonSE9 1TJ
Time to Talk provides counselling services for people aged 16 and above living in the borough of Greenwich with common concerns such as anxiety or depression. There are times when everyone feels stressed or unhappy. Generally these bad times pass, but sometimes there are problems that do not go away and things get harder and harder. One in four people can feel this way at some point in their life.Talking about your problems can really help
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…