Community based services

We provide women with confidential practical and emotional outreach support in their own home or in a safe place in the community.


 

Floating Support

Our Floating Support service works with women who are considering their options whether they are still in an abusive relationship or have recently left one. Our support workers can assist with safety, health, housing and other concerns.

Phone: 020 8317 8273

email: referrals_gdva@h4w.co.uk

Sanctuary Scheme

The Sanctuary Scheme helps women to remain in their own homes by installing additional security. The scheme can change locks, provide window alarms, fireproof letterboxes, and personal alarms etc. Specific security measures are assessed on a case by case basis.

Phone: 020 8317 8273

email: referrals_gdva@h4w.co.uk

The Freedom Programme

We run the Freedom programme, a group workshop which focuses on domestic abuse awareness and self self-esteem. The programme helps women to deconstruct the behavioural patterns of their abusers and recognise the early signs of abusive behaviour so that the cycle of abuse can be broken once and for all.

To register for the course please contact us.

Phone: 020 8317 8273

email: referrals_gdva@h4w.co.uk

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Domestic Abuse Drop-in

  • Provides practical and emotional support including:
  • Domestic Violence advocates
  • Legal advice
  • Emergency housing referrals
  • Benefits advice
  • Referrals to specialist immigration services, social care providers and counselling

Greenwich Domestic Abuse One Stop Shop

Every Friday 10am -12pm

YMCA Thames Gateway,

Antelope Road, SE18 5PQ

Phone: 020 8317 8273

 

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Greenwich Migrant Hub

Every Tuesday 10:30am -1:30pm

Woolwich Common Community Centre, Leslie Smith Square, SE18 4DW

Phone: 07429031389

Email: Info@greenwichmigranthub.co.uk

 

 

The Greenwich Migrant Hub provides practical and emotional support in the form of:

  • Immigration advice
  • Family Law
  • Housing Advice
  • Domestic abuse support
  • Women’s support
  • Destitution Advice
  • Advocacy support
  • Practical help and information
  • Food and social community space

 

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