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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.  

Refuge Leaflet

Camden Safety Net provides services to survivors of domestic abuse and/or sexual violence who live, work or study in Camden.
Use this confidential service if you are experiencing domestic violence or abuse of any kind. You can talk to one of our advisors, who will work with you to help keep you safe and discuss your options.

Capa (Child and Adolescent to Parent Abuse) supports parents, grandparents, carers, young people and professionals experiencing child or adolescent to parent abuse. They offer an online platform providing individual support, advice, signposting and training to anyone impacted or supporting a family who is struggling with child to parent abuse.

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.

Child Law Advice is operated by Coram Children’s Legal Centre. They provide specialist advice and information on child, family and education law to parents, carers and young people.
Please note there is a cost if you wish to request a call back.

Creative therapies are available to children and young people from the age 4+ affected by domestic or sexual violence at some point in their life. 

Through art making, play, drama and talking, the child and the therapist work together to make sense of the child’s difficulties and offer a safe and contained space where the child can express her/ his thoughts and feelings.

The aim of creative therapy is to help the child or young person develop a better understanding of their feelings regarding their current situation and experience of domestic violence. They learn they are not to blame for the abuse and improve their self esteem.

Referral Criteria

  • The preparator can no longer be living with the family or be in a relationship with a mother/carer. 
  • Children need to be living in a safe and stable enough environment before beginning therapy. 
  • Any unsupervised and supervised contact with the preparator must be deemed to be safe. 

Pan London waiting list: is temporarily closed for new referrals

Children's Creative Therapies Leaflet