Other support services

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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.

Abianda is a social enterprise that works with young women affected by gangs. We offer one-to-one, group work and employment opportunities to gang-affected young women. We provide frontline services for young women aged 11 to 24.

Adfam is the only national umbrella organisation working specifically with and for families affected by drugs and alcohol. Our final goal is that no family member in need of support should go without it. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for families affected by drug and alcohol use.

Please note we do not operate a helpline - see website for information.

Parents or carers with adolescent or adult children who are abusive and use drugs or alcohol, may be able to access support through groups known to Adfam (families, drug and alcohol charity). There is a map of local support on the website.
Adfam have information on the website for parents of abusive adolescent and adult children who also use drugs or alcohol.

If you have committed a crime, Advance provides all the help you need to move on at our women-only Minerva Centre. Our staff are here to listen and help you get the support you need to move forward with your life and make choices that are right for you.
At our Minerva Centre each woman has their own keyworker who will help them work through a variety of issues and find solutions.

Al-Anon Family Groups provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking. We believe alcoholism affects the whole family, not just the drinker. We are an international organisation with over 800 support groups in the UK and Republic of Ireland. Al-Anon is a fellowship of relatives and friends of alcoholics who share their experience in order to solve their common problems.

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.

Our expert telephone advice and support service is here if you want to talk about caring. If you're looking for answers, our online information and support is the best place to start.
We connect carers so no-one has to care alone. Through our carers' groups and volunteers we're reaching out in local communities throughout the UK and online.