• Hackney local offer

    Workshops for anyone who wants to handle conflict and build better relationships.

    020 7324 4755

    Alternatives to Violence Project Britain


  • Derman

    Derman, a registered charity and company limited by guarantee, was set up in Hackney in 1991 by members of the Turkish, Turkish Cypriot and Kurdish communities in partnership with local GPs and the health authority.


    020 7613 5944
    020 7739 7893


  • White Ribbon UK

    White Ribbon is the UK’s leading charity engaging men and boys to end violence against women and girls.

    White Ribbon UK

  • Ella’s

    Ella’s works with women who have survived trafficking and sexual exploitation.


  • Claudia Jones organisation (Hackney)

    Offers accommodation and support only for women experiencing domestic abuse which is tied to that accommodation.

    UKROL2 (routestosupport.org)

  • Domestic Violence Intervention Project (DVIP)

    For over 25 years, we have 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.

    Domestic Violence Intervention Project

  • Dogs Trust: Freedom project

    As many refuges aren’t able to accept pets, people might feel unable to leave their home until they know there is somewhere safe for their pet too. Dogs Trust offers a solution by providing free and confidential foster care for an average of 6-9 months, enabling people to access refuge or emergency housing safe in the knowledge that their dog will be loved and cared for.

    Dogs Trust Freedom Project

  • Galop

    Galop works directly with thousands of LGBT+ people who have experienced abuse and violence every year. We specialise in supporting victims and survivors of domestic abuse, sexual violence, hate crime, honour-based abuse, forced marriage, so-called conversion therapies, and other forms of interpersonal abuse. We are a service run by LGBT+ people, for LGBT+ people, and the needs of our community are at the centre of what we do.

    0800 999 5428


  • Hestia

    Hestia provides domestic abuse refuges for women and children experiencing domestic abuse. We provide emotional and practical support and ensure that every woman we support has an up-to-date risk assessment and support plan tailored to their needs. 

    0808 169 9975

    Hestia Life Beyond Crisis


    IKWRO is a registered charity which provides advice and support to Middle Eastern, North African and Afghan women and girls living in the UK, who have experienced, or are at risk of all forms of “honour” based abuse, including; forced marriage, child marriage and female genital mutilation (FGM), or domestic abuse.

    0207 920 6460

    IKWRO Women’s Rights Organisation

  • Bromley & Croydon Women’s Aid (BCWA)- Japanese

    The Bromley & Croydon Women’s Aid (BCWA) outreach team provides individual resolution options for female or male victims of domestic violence and a Japanese consultation service that accepts the victim’s story as it is.

    020 8313 9303

    Japanese Service / 日本語 – Bromley & Croydon Women’s Aid

  • Karma Nirvana

    Karma Nirvana was founded by Dr Jasvinder Sanghera CBE, after she escaped a forced marriage at 15 and tragically lost her sister to Honour Based Abuse. In 1993, Karma Nirvana became the first specialist charity for victims and survivors of Honour Based Abuse in the UK.

    0800 5999 247

    Karma Nirvana


    Kurdish And Middle Eastern Women’s Organisation.
    Working towards a life free from violence, inequality and discrimination for all women.



  • Loving Me

    We provide high quality support by trained specialists who understand the specific needs of the trans community as well as abuse and are a by-and-for service. The service is user-led which means that we provide support based on what the individual would like or needs.

    Loving Me – Domestic Abuse Service

  • Refuge

    As a woman fleeing domestic abuse, you may want to access specialist refuge accommodation. The Helpline can help you find a refuge vacancy for you and your children; call us for more information.
    We can also support you to find other specialist services in your community, which can provide support whether or not you have left your partner.

    0808 2000 247

    Refuge National Domestic Abuse Helpline

  • Latin American Women’s Aid

    Women against Homelessness and Abuse (WAHA) is an initiative for Black and Minority Ethnic women jointly run by the Latin American Women’s Aid in partnership with the OYA consortium of BME refuges in London.
    WAHA aims to address Black and monitory ethnic women’s intersecting pressures of poverty, homelessness and gender violence through promoting changes in housing policy and practice in the UK using a rights-based approach.

    LAWA – Latin American Women’s Aid (lawadv.org.uk)

  • Opoka

    OPOKA aims to help women and children in the Polish community improve health, well-being, financial stability, and happiness by stopping domestic violence and abuse.


  • Cats protection, Lifeline

    At Cats Protection, we offer a free and confidential fostering service for cats whose families are fleeing domestic abuse so they can rest assured their cat will be taken care of until they can be safely reunited. 

    Cats Protection

  • Women & Girls network

    We support women and girls across London affected by gendered violence.
    This includes childhood sexual abuse, domestic violence, rape, prostitution (including trafficking and sexual exploitation), female genital mutilation (FGM), and so-called ‘honour’ based crimes such as forced marriage.
    Our free, women-only and survivor-led service offers a holistic response to women and girls who have experienced, or are at risk of, gendered violence.

    Women and Girls Network

  • Roj

    Roj Women’s Association is a non-profit grassroots organization dedicated to supporting and empowering Kurdish, Turkish, Cypriot Turkish, migrant, and refugee women in London. Established in 2004 by a group of Kurdish women from Turkey, who saw the severe discrimination and disempowerment faced by women in their communities due to gender bias and ethnic minority invisibility.

    Roj Women – Kurdish and Turkish women’s rights

  • Safe Partnership

    We understand that making your home secure is a priority. Our aim is  to provide you with the appropriate measures to help you feel safe and secure in your home environment. We know that the journey following any kind of domestic abuse is a long one, Our installers will work with you and explain the  options that are right for your individual home.

    Safe Partnership Ltd, Safety Security Sanctuary

  • SignHealth

    Our work is varied and aims to promote easier access to healthcare and information. We partner with the NHS and other services and take on projects, carry out research, and raise awareness. 
    We also deliver our own services to reach Deaf people in our shared language in their moment of need, through domestic abuse support, therapy, advocacy and residential services. 

    The Deaf health charity – SignHealth

  • Stonewall Housing

    We support thousands of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LGBTQ+) people in the UK every year. All of our services are free and confidential.
    If you’re LGBTQ+, facing or experiencing homelessness, or living in an unsafe home please reach out to us today. We can help you.

    Stonewall Housing

  • Women’s Aid- No Woman Turned Away

    The No Woman Turned Away (NWTA) project has been funded by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) since January 2016. It provides dedicated support and telephone advocacy to women experiencing domestic abuse who face barriers in accessing a refuge space or safe accommodation.

    No Woman Turned Away

  • Tender

    Tender is a nationwide charity harnessing the power of drama and the arts to educate children, young people and adults about healthy relationships. Working with a wide variety of organisations from primary schools to global businesses, we promote respect and equality and prevent domestic abuse and sexual violence.

    Acting for healthy relationships – Tender

  • Salvation Army- Modern Slavery

    new and extended contract came into force in January 2021 through which survivors of modern slavery are now entitled to support at all stages of their recovery. Our confidential referral helpline is available 24/7. Watch the video above to find out more about the people we help and how we work with them.

    0800 808 3733

    Modern slavery | The Salvation Army

  • UnSeen

    Unseen is a UK charity with its head office in Bristol. We provide safehouses and support in the community for survivors of trafficking and modern slavery. We also run the UK Modern Slavery & Exploitation Helpline and work with individuals, communities, business, governments, other charities and statutory agencies to stamp out slavery for good.


  • Victim Support

    We’re here to help anyone affected by crime. Not only those who experience it directly, but also their friends, family and any other people involved.
    It doesn’t matter when the crime took place, or whether you’ve reported it to the police. You can get our help at any time, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
    We’re independent from the police, and our support is free and confidential.

    Victim Support

  • Woman’s Trust

    We understand how difficult it can be to pick up the phone and make that first call.
    Through our trained and qualified staff, we offer a range of confidential, specialist services designed specifically to support women who have experienced domestic abuse.
    When you get through to a member of our team, we will work with you to find the support that is best for you and will help you in the way that you need.


  • Women’s aid- Live Chat

    If something doesn’t feel right in your relationship, it probably isn’t
    If your behaviour has changed because of how your partner treats you or your children, this can be the sign of an unhealthy or controlling relationship.
    We know talking to someone else about your personal life can be hard, but getting in touch with us can be your first and most important step.

    Women’s Aid Live Chat

  • Women’s aid- Survivors’ Forum

    This Survivors’ Forum is a safe, anonymous, space for women (over 18) who have been affected by domestic abuse to share their experiences and support one another.

    Women’s Aid- Survivors’ Forum