Our IDVAs offer information, advocacy and specialist services to increase safety and meet a range of needs – these can include ongoing safety concerns, emotional or housing support, legal options, reporting to the police, help around child contact, benefits and financial advice. IDVAs usually hold cases for 3 months but can work with clients for up to 6 months. IDVAs do not offer any therapeutic or emotional support. The service does not accept referrals for clients who have experienced historical abuse. Islington residents only.
Islington residents only. We work with 13 – 17 year olds in abusive relationships (including intimate partner relationships, CSE and gang exploitation). This is not a service for young people who have witnessed domestic violance in the home, but rather a targeted service for young people in abusive relationships themselves.
IRIS Services works in partnership with GP Surgeries and offer tailored training on the public health issue of Domestic Violence & Abuse (DVA). This service enables support to be offered to DVA victims at an early stage before the abuse becomes a serious risk to mental, emotional and physical health.
Duty and Assessment Workers
Islington residents only.
We provide consultations and advice to survivors and professionals. Duty and Assessment Workers also hold a small caseload of standard and medium cases. As per Solace Service Standards, we confirm receipt of referrals and attempt to contact the service user within 24 hours if the case is high risk and 48 hours if standard or medium risk.
Islington residents only. We work with complex cases with physical or mental health needs and work closely with Southwood Smith Centre.
We work with any risk. Available for consultations.
Targeted Child Social Care
Islington residents only. We work with complex cases where CIN or CP are involved and work closely with CSC. Can work with any risk. Available for consultations.
Sits in Housing and provides crisis intervention. Does not hold cases. We work with Islington residents and any service user fleeing to Islington and approaching Islington Council as homeless.
ISVAs are Independent Sexual Violence Advocates who are specialist advocates with specific knowledge around the Criminal Justice system (CJS) as it relates to rape and other sexual offences.
Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm