Domestic Violence & Abuse
Provides emotional, practical support and services to help people who face challenging life situations to understand their rights and make informed and positive life choices.
Al-Aman means ‘safety’ in Arabic. DVIP’s Al-Aman Project works with Arabic-speaking communities in London. We support women who experience domestic violence, and their children; and we work with men to end their violent and abusive behaviour.
Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women’s Centre seeks to serve the health, welfare, educational and cultural needs of Moroccan and Arabic-speaking women and their families resident in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and London-wide.
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.
The Asian Women Lone Parents Association (AWLPA) works to support Asian women who are lone parents, and their children, by providing services which enable them to improve their lives and wellbeing.
Support for people affected by Domestic Violence or Hate Crime
We are the only UK centre of expertise for all aspects of anger and conflict management. We offer support, programmes and training for the general public, children and teenagers, government bodies, corporations, educational sector, personnel / H.R management, trainers, counsellors and anyone dealing with their own or another’s anger.
Buttle UK aims to meet the needs of families and young people in crisis. As the largest grant awarding charity in the UK that focuses solely on children and young people in need, Buttle UK hear about children and young people in circumstances that most people are unaware of. Buttle UK support children and families who are not having their needs met through statutory or other traditional routes of support.
DeafHope is the only sign-language based service designed to help Deaf women and children who suffer domestic violence. Deaf women are more at risk of domestic abuse than hearing women. When sign language is the main way you communicate it can be very hard to get help. If you are being abused, the DeafHope team are here to help you.
For over 20 years, we’ve been helping to make women and children safer. With services across London, we work to stop domestic violence and to reduce the harm it causes to women, children and families. We offer a range of services for adults and children, from locations in south, west and east London.