Whatever support you need, Angelou can help you. From increasing your safety to enhancing your emotional well-being, we can help you find a solution.
Even if all you need is someone to listen and not to judge, we can help you.
You can chat to us over the phone, face to face or attend group sessions – whatever works best for you.
We work together to bring the service to you.Whatever you may need, we can help you find the right support.
FREE PHONE SUPPORT
CONNECT TO LOCAL SERVICES
GROUP SUPPORT SESSIONS
FACE TO FACE SUPPORT
We can support you through...
Sexual violence or abuse, rape and child exploitation
Stalking and harassment
FGM and honour-based violence
Who can we support?
ANYONE who needs to reach out.
- Women & girls over 13
- Single women & women in a relationship
- Mothers & families
- Lesbian, gay, bisexual & transgendered people
- Arabic & Moroccan speaking women
- Women from the African diaspora
- Older people
All of the following services are partners in Angelou, click on the link to access their websites directly and find out more about what they can offer.
Domestic Violence Intervention Project (DVIP)- A Division of Richmond Fellowship
020 7633 9181
We run services for men who have been violent to their partner, and for women who have suffered domestic violence. We support parents and children affected by domestic violence. We work with people across London, from all walks of life.
With nearly 20 years of experience, we aim to help people end the cycle of domestic abuse, for good. Al-Aman is DVIP’s Arabic Speaking Project that offers support to Arabic speaking clients across London.
020 8741 7008
For women and girls (aged 15+) living in London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, Westminster and Brent experiencing domestic violence from current or former partner/family member, including forced marriage/honour-based violence.
Women & Girls Network
0808 801 0660
Women and Girls Network (WGN) is a women-only organisation providing free and confidential advice, advocacy, counselling and support group services for women and girls who have experienced gendered violence, including sexual and domestic violence.
Our overall aim is to promote, preserve and restore the mental health and well-being of women and girls, to empower them to make a total and sustainable recovery from their experiences of violence.
0207 034 0303
Woman’s Trust is a women-only organisation providing free and confidential therapeutic services including counselling and support group, self-development workshops and mother and children art therapy workshops for women who have experienced domestic services abuse.
We support women’s mental and emotional recovery from their experiences of domestic abuse.
Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women's Centre
0203 048 4488
Working with Moroccan and Arabic speaking women, supporting them to be aware of their rights and empowering them to make informed decisions
The Domestic Abuse Project provides practical, emotional support and sign-posting for Moroccan and Arabic speaking women.
- IDVA conducts Risk and Needs assessments along with Safety Plans
- Provides one to one support, advocacy, outreach and assistance relating to domestic violence, housing, health, legal issues etc.
020 7378 3100
We are the largest provider of domestic abuse refuges in London and have the largest team of specialists working to combat Human Trafficking across the Capital and the South East.
Our Butterfly Project is a community based women's group. Run by survivors for survivors, it provides support for women who have experienced or are currently experiencing domestic abuse.
Iranian and Kurdish Women’s Rights Organisation (IKWRO)
0207 920 6460 (9.30am - 5.00pm)
07846 275 246 (Arabic/Kurdish)
07846 310 157 (Farsi/Dari)
IKWRO is a registered charity set up to help women and girls from the UK’s Middle Eastern communities and North Africa, Afghanistan and Turkey who are facing “honour” based violence, forced and child marriage, female genital mutilation (FGM) or domestic violence.
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