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Asha Projects

Asha Projects

Asha are a South Asian organisation that works to end violence against women and girls. They offer confidential advice and information, and secure, temporary accommodation for South Asian women and children fleeing violence.

Refuges

Asha offers secure, temporary accommodation for South Asian women and children fleeing violence. In the refuge, women have their own private rooms and share the bathroom, living room and kitchen with other residents. Asha can also provide accommodation for women who have children. They have family-sized rooms and can supply cots for infants.

Women who stay at Asha’s refuges will be assigned a Key Worker who will give financial advice, emotional support and help with housing.

Advice

Asha can also provide confidential advice and information to any South Asian woman who is experiencing violence, or is worried about someone they know.


Women who are:
- threatened with or experiencing domestic violence
- of South Asian origin
- aged 16+
- have recourse to public funds
Asha accepts self or agency referrals from Monday to Friday, 9am - 6pm.
If their criteria are met and there is a vacancy at the refuge project an offer of temporary accommodation will be made.
If their criteria is not met they will offer advice, support and either signpost or refer to other agencies.
0208 696 0023
advice@asha.org.uk
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