Domestic Violence & Abuse
Provide support for victims of modern slavery, women and children who have experienced domestic abuse, young care leavers and older people.
Hestia Domestic Abuse Support Services
“If you need support with Domestic Abuse, Hestia can provide support with, finding permanent housing, accessing financial support, healthcare, children’s education.
emotional support helping mothers to rebuild their self-confidence and improving parenting skills. Hestia are also committed to helping the children in their refuges as much as possible. They help them to talk about their feelings, give them space to play and be children again.”
Call 020 7378 3100 or visit the website
Man Kind Initiative
Provide a range of services directly to men such as a anonymous national helpline that any man, anywhere can call us. We also support others to provide services for men so we run a one day training course, a national conference and a directory of services.
Men’s Advice Line
Men’s Advice Line: confidential helpline for men experiencing domestic violence from a partner or ex-partner (or from other family members).
Call 0808 801 0327 or visit the website
Refuge supports women and children who experience all forms of violence and abuse, including domestic violence, sexual violence, female genital mutilation, forced marriage, so-called ‘honour’-based violence, and human trafficking and modern slavery.
Call 0808 1961 482 or visit the website
If you want to report any abuse or discuss concerns in relation to children and young people please contact the team.
The Angelou Partnership
There mission is to support women & young girls in Kensington and Chelsea experiencing, domestic violence & abuse, harassment or stalking, faith based violence, child exploitation, sexual assault or rape, female Genital Mutilation (FGM).
Call 0808 801 0660 / 020 8741 7008 or visit the website
Women’s trust is set up specifically to provide counselling for women; to help them address the impact of domestic abuse on their mental health and emotional wellbeing.
Women’s Association for Networking and Development (WAND)
WAND is an independent charity that addresses the problems facing women in isolated and excluded communities through drop-in sessions, outreach services and networking events.
Call 0208 962 4132 or visit the website
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