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Aanchal Women’s Aid is an organisation that supports women and their children by offering a free and confidential service for Asian women who are experiencing or have experienced domestic abuse. Services include a telephone helpline, emotional support, group work and counselling. They also provide advice on housing, matrimonial matters, welfare rights, debt and referrals to solicitors.

Asha can provide confidential advice and information to any South Asian woman who is experiencing violence, or is worried about someone they know.
Asha also offers secure, temporary accommodation for South Asian women and children fleeing violence.

Ashiana Network offers specialist refuge, advice, support and counselling services for black and minority ethnic women and girls (14+) affected by domestic violence, sexual violence, forced marriage, honour based violence and women who have no recourse to public funds.

Barnet Refuges provide specialist and safe temporary accommodation for up to six months in the form of 24 units of refuge accommodation across 3 sites for women and their children who are in crisis/risk of harm and have low to medium support needs. We can accept boys up to 13 years at the manager's discretion. 

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Bexley Refuges provide specialist and safe temporary accommodation for up to six months in the form of  25 units of refuge accommodation across 3 sites for women and their children who are in crisis/risk of harm and have low to medium support needs. We can accept boys up to 13 years at the manager's discretion. 

Services offered: Tenancy and Resettlement support, Emotional, Practical and Financial support, Parenting support, Trauma-Informed support.

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BCWA’s Outreach Team supports women and men experiencing domestic abuse in the community in Bromley who want to know what their options are, and would like a non-judgmental listening ear.
They discuss options with clients and deliver a range of interventions as well as develop safety plans, and support clients through civil or criminal courts. They also run support groups for survivors.

BCWA’s Outreach Team supports women and men experiencing domestic abuse in the community in Croydon who want to know what their options are, and would like a non-judgmental listening ear.
They discuss options with clients and deliver a range of interventions as well as develop safety plans, and support clients through civil or criminal courts. They also run support groups for survivors.

BCWA, in partnership with the Japanese Embassy in London, offers outreach advice in Japanese to Japanese survivors of domestic abuse who need help and support around domestic abuse, family law, housing etc.

Camden Refuges provide specialist and safe temporary accommodation for up to six months in the form of  25 units of refuge accommodation across 4 sites for women and their children who are in crisis/risk of harm and have low to medium support needs. Can accept boys over the age of 14 in self-contained units, 2nd stage accommodation.

Services offered: Tenancy and Resettlement support, Emotional, Practical and Financial support, Parenting support, Trauma-Informed support.  

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A crisis hostel is for women and children who are homeless due to domestic abuse during the Covid-19 pandemic, including migrant women with no recourse to public funds. Both referral agencies and women can get in touch directly.

Safe crisis accommodation for up to 3-months for women and their children facing homelessness as a result of domestic abuse.

  • The project can help up to 30 families
  • Accommodation has en-suite facilities
  • Food is provided 
  • Specialist wraparound support for all women

Referral criteria

We currently have vacancies in our COVID19 Crisis Project for any woman facing homelessness as a result of domestic abuse including migrant women with no recourse to public funds.

The project provides safe accommodation with specialist support for up to 3-months for women and their children facing homelessness as a result of domestic abuse.

The project is open to any woman in London and referrals can be taken from organisations or individuals.

The referrals line is open Monday – Friday 10.00 – 4.00pm please call 0808 801 0650 or e-mail [email protected] to make a referral. 

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