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821Woolwich RoadCharltonLondonSE7 8LJ
A new programme has been established by 'Change, grow, live', one of the Royal Borough's drug and alcohol treatment providers, to work with individuals to address domestic violence and abuse (DVA) where problematic alcohol use is a contributory factor.
Service designed to change the behaviour of perpetrators and thereby improve outcomes for children and young people. 26 week programme for those perpetrators aged 18 and over and who are parents. 10 week programme for 16-18 year olds. Support group offered for (ex) partners and parents. 1:1 sessions for female perpetrators, bisexual and transsexual men and women.
The Administrator, DAMIC, DAOPS, 2nd Floor, The Woolwich Centre35 Wellington StreetWoolwichLondonSE18 6HQ
Drug and alcohol treatment providers commissioned by Royal Greenwich identify domestic violence and abuse (DVA) through their assessment and care planning procedures. These services work with both victims and perpetrators of DVA and take measures to ensure that individuals are able to access treatment without encountering their partner. They are all able to refer cases to the Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) or to specialist DVA services such as advocacy, the Sanctuary scheme or housing services.
Greenwich DVA Services, PO Box 71108LondonSE18 9LD
Royal Greenwich Children's Services have commissioned Housing 4 Women (Greenwich DVA Services) to provide activities and therapy for up to 60 children who live in Royal Greenwich. The service is intended to help children recover from living with domestic abuse. There are also outreach learning mentors available. This is a service for children from families experiencing DVA.
35Wellington StreetLondonSE18 6HQ
The Early Help service is available for children and families in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. Wherever possible, the additional needs of children, young people and their families will be met through universal early help services within the family’s community including children’s centres, community centres, libraries and schools. However, where more targeted or intensive support is required, we will provide this through our Early Help service in Royal Greenwich We support families with a range of issues. Families are able to:…
Greenwich DVA Services, PO Box 71108SE18 9LD
Royal Greenwich Housing has commisioned a floating support service from Housing for Women (Greenwich DVA Services). This service provides advice, information & support for up to 60 women resident in their own home in Royal Greenwich who are experiencing DVA. This is a service for victims and survivors of DVA.
Forced marriage is illegal in England and Wales. This includes taking someone overseas to force them to marry (whether or not the forced marriage takes places, and/or marrying someone who lacks the mental capacity to consent to the marriage (whether they are pressured to or not).
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.
Po Box 71108LondonSE18 9LD
A popular and effective 12 week, 2 hour programme for women who have experienced domestic abuse. For victims of domestic violence and abuse (DVA).
YMCAAntelope RoadLondonSE18 5QG
Unsure what help you need and just want to talk through your options? Her centre manages a weekly One Stop Shop, in partnership with local solicitors and GDVA, the local women’s refuge. This runs every Friday morning, 10-12.