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Bullying UK

Advice on bullying for young people, parents and schools. Part of Family Lives. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
0808 800 2222 (Helpline) 0808 800 5678 (Familyline)

Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation

(Also known as IKWRO)
IKWROPO Box 65840 LondonEC2P 2FS
We aim to protect women and girls who are at risk of  ‘honour’ based violence, forced marriage, child marriage, female genital mutilation and domestic violence and to promote their rights. We provide direct services for women and girls, including advocacy, training and counselling.  We offer advice in Farsi, Dari, Kurdish,…
020 7920 6460

Womens Aid

(Including the Womens Aid National Domestic Violence 24 hour Helpline)
National charity supporting women and children experiencing domestic violence. Website includes list of local domestic violence services. Based in Bristol and London.
0808 200 0247 (National Domestic Violence 24 hour Helpline); 0117 944 4411 (office). Fax: 0117 924 1703

Latin American Womens Rights Service

Tindlemanor52-54, Featherstone StreetLondonEC1Y 8RT
Free advice and information for Latin American women on welfare rights, housing, money, debt and domestic violence. Counselling service by qualified therapists. Psychological support for Latin American children. Volunteering project to introduce women to working in the UK. Business start-up workshops. ESOL classes. Does not…
020 7336 0888

Tavistock Clinic Therapeutic Work with Families Post Domestic Violence

(Also known as Family Work and Family Groups Post Domestic Violence)
Tavistock Centre120 Belsize LaneLondonNW3 5BA
Work with families where there has been domestic violence, and there is concern about the effect on the children.
020 8938 2298, 020 8938 2305 Fax: 020 7431 9021

WaveLength

(Formerly known as Wireless for The Bedridden and W4B)
National charity providing radio/television sets to isolated and lonely people living in poverty. Many are over 75, and many are coming out of difficult situations like homelessness or domestic violence. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
0800 018 2137 (Freephone); 01708 621 101 (office)

Freedom From Torture Hampstead and Highgate Supporters Group

(Formerly known as Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture Hampstead and Highgate Group)
Millflower Cottage1a Canons CloseRadlettWD7 7ER
Organise local fundraising events in support of the charity Freedom from Torture, which offers medical consultation, examination and forensic documentation of injuries, psychological treatment and support, and practical help to victims of torture.
01923 854334

Chinese Information and Advice Centre

Basement2 Gerrard Place LondonW1D 5PB
Free legal advice and representation on immigration and nationality law, support for women victim of domestic violence, advice and support to refugees and asylum seekers.
0300 2011868

Mortimer Market Centre (including Margaret Pyke Centre)

Mortimer MarketCapper StreetLondonWC1E 6JB
The Mortimer Market Centre (including Margaret Pyke Centre) offers free and confidential sexual health services. This includes STI (sexually transmitted infection), HIV testing and the Margaret Pyke Centre for contraceptive services. Walk in services: emergency contraception, if you have have intrauterine contraception fitted within last four…

Careline Telecare (Camden Council)

(Call centre answered by Welbeing)
LudhamLismore CircusLondonNW5 4SE
24-hour telephone-based community alarm service for Camden residents who want to live independently at home. It is particularly useful for people who are immobile or unsteady on their feet, returning home from hospital, living alone with memory problems, victims of domestic violence or living with…
020 7974 1491 (option 4)

About Local Offer Family Service (Families in Focus)

London Borough of Camden9th Floor, 5 Pancras SquareJudd StreetLondonWC1H 9JE
Works with child / young people aged 4 - 16 years old and their families Eligibility is per the Camden threshold for need for Early Help which includes children who are vulnerable to poor outcomes and need additional support to overcome difficulties and prevent escalation…
020 7974 1320 / 020 7974 8926

Bengali Workers Association

(Also known as the Surma Centre)
Surma Community CentreRobert StreetLondonNW1 3JU
Drop-in advice Mon-Fri 10am-12 noon More detailed advice on welfare rights/pensions, housing, homelessness, racial harassment, health, business and legal issues by arrangement. Day care services for elderly and housebound people. Culturally appropriate lunch club Mon-Fri. Regular Age UK Camden older people's general advice sessions. Women's…
020 7388 7313

Kidscape

Grosvenor GardensLondonSW1W 0DH
UK charity established to prevent bullying and child sexual abuse. Provides a helpline offering support and advice to parents of bullied children, publications and DVDs on bullying, child protection and parenting, training on child safety and behaviour management issues and confidence building sessions for children…
0845 120 5204 (Local Rate Helpline), 020 7730 3300 (Admin) Fax: 020 7730 7081

Victim Support in Camden

(Formerly Camden Victim Support)
Octavia House50 Banner StreetLondonEC1Y 8ST
Free and confidential help, advice and support to individuals and families in Camden who have been the victims of crime, including racial harassment, sexual assault, domestic violence, street crime, bullying, youth crime and homophobic/transphobic crime. Has specialist advisers to deal with different issues. Runs the…
020 7336 1766 (admin); 0845 30 30 900 (out of hours Supportline) Fax: 020 7253 8943 Textphone/Minicom: 18801 020 7336 1766

Equality and Human Rights Commission

A statutory body enforcing equality legislation and advising employers, organisations and individuals. (The details shown here were taken from the organisation's website).
0845 604 6610 (Helpline England)

African Well Women Clinic

Whittington HospitalMagdala AvenueLondonN19 5NF
Specialist clinic dealing with female circumcision, especially in relation to pregnancy and family planning. Ante-natal, intrapartum (during birth) and post-natal treatment. First visit will include an assessment and liaison with an interpreter, counsellor and advisor if required. Non-pregnant women with female circumcision can also self-refer.…
020 7288 3482 Fax: 020 7288 5270

Asian Womens Resource Centre

(AWRC)
108 Craven ParkLondonNW10 8QE
Emergency advice available at any time during opening hours. Open-door policy for BAMER (Black, Asian Minority, Ethnic & Refugee) women and children from all communities. Offer holistic services including counselling, advocacy, support groups and information and advice on welfare rights and domestic violence.
020 8961 6549/5701 Fax: 020 8838 1823

Barnardos Young Womens Project

LondonN7 8QJ
Offers support to girls and young women abused, or at serious risk of being sexually exploited. Offers advice, information and advocacy, health care, group work and recreational activities. Free food, snacks and drinks provided.
020 7700 2253 Fax: 020 7697 8307

Black Womens Rape Action Project

25 Wolsey RoadLondonNW5 2DX
Self-help support services including counselling, to Black and immigrant women and other women of colour who are survivors of domestic violence, racist sexual assault and asylum seekers fleeing rape and other persecution.
020 7482 2496 Fax: 020 7267 7297

Books on Prescription

Hunter Street Health CentreHunter StreetLondonWC1N 1BN
'Prescriptions' for books can be given to patients suffering from common emotional problems. The books are suitable for adults with mild-moderate problems who feel they would like to try a self-help approach. At present, most publications are in English, but there is a small range…
020 3317 6767, 020 3317 6757. Fax: 020 7813 8744
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