Other support services

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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.

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.

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. 

Enfield Saheli offers domestic abuse advocacy to women living in Enfield, and general support and advice to women in Enfield and neighbouring London boroughs. The charity is run by women for women, with special emphasis on support for Asian women of all ethnicities. They provide qualified bilingual counselling in Hindi, Gujarati, Urdu and Punjabi.

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.

Leonard Cheshire Disability is the UK’s leading charity supporting disabled people.
They make a difference to the lives of thousands of people by supporting them to develop skills through employment, education, enterprise, health, volunteering and digital inclusion projects.

Praxis provides expert support to migrants and refugees in the UK. They have an East London base and provide immigration advice and support with housing, homelessness, benefits, health, and welfare.
Praxis run a housing project where they provide safe accommodation to families with no access to normal welfare support system.
They run peer-led support groups to build confidence, develop skills and forge friendships.

Rights of Women run free legal advice lines for women and provide legal information on their website. All of their advisors are women solicitors or barristers with expertise in the relevant areas of law.
They provide helplines around the following areas of law: Family Law, Criminal Law, Immigration and asylum law, and they run the Sexual Harassment at Work Advice Line. Please note legal advice is only available over the phone, not by email or post.

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.