We support Black and minoritised young women. This includes those from ethnic minority groups, LGBT+ and disabled young women. We can support if you are:
- You are aged 12-24
- You live, work or study in London Borough
- You are worried about or have experienced violence, abuse or exploitation
- You are experiencing trauma or emotional distress
Our Multi Disadvantage Advocate service is a Pan London Service providing support for minoritised young women and girls aged 14-24, living in London and who have experienced any type of VAWG and developed multiple disadvantage (including but not limited to mental health, sexual and reproductive health and well being, social functioning, life skills, housing and immigration). We provide advocacy by conducting risk and needs assessment while devising a tailored support plan to meet the needs of the young person and signpost where appropriate.
Our Counselling service provides emotional support for young people, aged 14-24 who experienced domestic violence directly or indirectly. We are providing a safe space where they can speak freely and confidentially to process feelings and their experiences, work through fears and hopefully gain some perspective of what healthy relationships look like.
East London Rape Crisis provides free, confidential specialist help for women and girls who have been raped or experienced any other form of sexual violence. The services are for women of all ages including young women over the age of 14, whatever the assault and whenever it occurred. The women who work and volunteer at Rape Crisis London will offer you confidential and independent support.
Services include emotional and practical support, advocacy through working with an Independent Sexual Violence Advisor (ISVA), one-to-one counselling and group work.
Family Matters are a specialised charitable service supporting adults and children who have experienced childhood sexual abuse or rape through therapy and advocacy services for people living in Bexley.
The counselling practice is supported by qualified professionals - specialists in the areas of childhood sexual abuse and rape.
Solace works alongside Redthread, a London-based youth violence charity, to provide Independent Domestic Violence Advocates (IDVAs) based in London’s four major trauma centres based in London: Royal London, St George’s, St Mary’s, King’s College Hospital.
We support all young people (men/women/transgender/nonbinary) between the ages of 11-25 that are victims/survivors or at risk of domestic abuse, sexual violence, child sexual exploitation (CSE), forced prostitution, female genital mutilation (FGM), forced marriage, honour based violence (HBV), and trafficking and modern slavery that present in the Emergency Department
We provide high quality case work support, advocacy, and information services to young people.
Mosac supports the non-abusing parents and carers of children who have been sexually abused. Their goal is to provide the non-abusing members of families with the help that they need to move on positively with their lives.
They provide a range of services—from counselling and emotional support through to legal advocacy, training and workshops.
One in Four specializes in supporting survivors of sexual violence and abuse, and particularly survivors of child sexual abuse and trauma. We support survivors with counselling, groups and advocacy.
The South London Rape Crisis Helpline offers confidential, safe, specialist support to female survivors of sexual violence living in South London, and to people who are supporting a survivor. The helpline provides information and support to allow survivors to make informed decisions and help you on your recovery journey.
South London Rape Crisis provides advocacy support through Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVAs), one-to-one counselling service for adults, young people and family members or close friends of survivors, and group work for survivors.
SurvivorsUK was established as a service for male survivors of sexual abuse, whether that is childhood sexual abuse or adult sexual assault/rape. It is an inclusive service and welcomes anyone who identifies as male, trans, non-binary, has identified as male in the past, or anyone who feels that they are the right fit for them. They offer individual counselling, group work and helpline services from their base in Shadwell, London E1.
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.
The Helpline offers free and confidential emotional support for anyone in London, who self identifies as a woman (aged 14 years+), and has been affected by any form of sexual violence at any time in their lives. The West London Rape Crisis Centre (WLRCC) provides support to women in West London, recognising the complexities of sexual violence by providing an individualised recovery programme.
WLRCC provides advocacy through Independent Sexual Violence Advisors (ISVAs), one-to-one counselling by a team of multicultural counsellors, group work and complimentary body therapies.