Other support services

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Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women’s Centre serves the health, welfare, educational and cultural needs of Moroccan and Arabic-speaking women and their families resident in London. Domestic and sexual abuse support is for Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington & Chelsea.

Community Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers (CARAS) is a community outreach charity that offers support and advice to people of refugee background.
They have a range of group activities that support people of all ages to develop their English skills (classes for women and young people), access services and opportunities, build supportive social networks and to feel welcomed. We run women’s groups, advice sessions and youth activities.

Consonant offers immigration legal services and helps people acquire the skills and knowledge needed so they can build successful lives in the UK, like English and computer skills.
They help people improve their job prospects, find work and get more involved in the communities and decisions that affect them. 

Consonant offers immigration legal services and helps people acquire the skills and knowledge needed so they can build successful lives in the UK, like English and computer skills.
They help people improve their job prospects, find work and get more involved in the communities and decisions that affect them. 

The Crossroads Women’s Centre brings together women from different ages, backgrounds and communities to share experiences, and learn from and support each other. The Centre is run by Crossroads Women as a disability-accessible, multi-racial, community resource. It is a place of safety for vulnerable and low-income women. Men ready to work, with women, in a mutually supportive way are also welcome.

Her Centre is a small local women’s charity based in Greenwich, providing services to women and girls in Greenwich and Lewisham.
They provide emotional and practical support to survivors of domestic and sexual abuse through advocacy.
They provide women's groups, English and IT classes and employment support.

KMEWO is a specialist BME organisation that works with women from Kurdish, Middle Eastern and North African backgrounds.
KMEWO provides:
One-to-one information, advice and advocacy support for domestic abuse survivors.
Bilingual counselling in Kurdish, Arabic, Farsi, Tigrinya and English
A wide range of confidence building, education training and volunteering opportunities for women.

LAWA supports Latin American and other Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) women (including trans women) that have experienced gender-based violence, domestic abuse, forced prostitution or trafficking.
They provide holistic and intersectional services ranging from two emergency refuge homes, advice and support, crèche, English classes, counselling, a Change Maker empowerment program, a housing policy project (WAHA) and children and young people´s services.

Midaye provides targeted, multi-lingual services and projects to minority ethnic communities in London. We work hard to respond to abuses, improve the quality of education, the economic status, and the health and well-being of people within these communities.

The Casa Project is a partnership within the London Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG) Consortium, led by Solace, with resettlement support provided by the following members of the London VAWG Consortium: Ashiana Network, EACH Counselling and Support, IKWRO Women’s Rights Organisation, Latin American Women’s Aid and The NIA Project. 

This project enables women to move-on from refuges to high quality, self-contained accommodation with affordable rents, for up to 2 years. Specialist resettlement support is provided throughout the tenancy and beyond, to longer-term secure accommodation. The referral and allocations process is supported by the Clearing House, run by St. Mungo’s.