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Domestic Violence One Stop 

Free drop-in advice service for domestic violence victims at all risk levels.
Takes place every Wednesday morning, 9:30am - 11:30am, Sutton Baptist Church.

020 7801 1777

Independent Domestic Violence Advocacy
(IDVA) service

Two full time IDVAs from Victim Support based in the Police Community SafetyUnit (CSU), primarily to support high-risk DV victims discussed at the DV Multi-Agency RiskAssessment Conference (MARAC). Victim Support
020 7801 1777
Sutton Women's Aid
020 8401 6156 (DV victims with housing needs.
Housing Advice Provides advice about housing options. 020 8770 5000
www.suttonhomechoice.org.uk
Galop Helpline for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender people experiencing domestic abuse or hate crime. 0300 999 5428
help@galop.org.uk
www.galop.org.uk
Men's Advice Line Advice and support for men in abusive relationships. 0808 801 0327
www.mensadviceline.org.uk
Women and Girls Network Advice Service Free advice and information about your options and staying safe. 0808 801 0660
advice@wgn.org.uk
Freedom Programme A twelve week group work programme which aims to educate women on how to spot the signs of an abuser so they can break the cycle of abuse. 020 8661 1991
info@suttonwomen.co.uk
Men & Masculinities DV Perpetrator Programme A non-judgemental programme for male perpetrators of domestic violencve who are willing to recognise and change their abusive behaviours.

020 7923 8010
Maria Cripps
mcripps@cranstoun.org.uk

Women's Refuge There are a network of refuges around the UK where women and their children can go as a place of safety. National 24hour DV Helpline
0808 2000 247
Student Counselling Service A women-only service offering counselling to clients who have experienced domestic or sexual violence, or any other violence against women and girls. 020 8661 1991
Info@suttonwomen.co.uk
PYRAMID (Preventing Youth Relationship Abuse, Maximising Individual Development) Young people involved in abusive relationships often become involved in abusive relationships as adults. This project aims to break that cycle. Limes College liaise with local schools & community groups to determine the timetable for awareness sessions & promote referrals
Homestart Sutton Home-based volunteer mentoring support. Weekly practical and emotional help. Build confidence and self-esteem, support and enable families to create and sustain informal support networks and connect to local resources and support. Criteria: Live in LBS, one child under 5 and in need of support. www.homestartsutton.org.uk/how-to-refer
Rape Crisis South London Based in Croydon, provides supprt and counselling to victims of rape and sexual assault

0808 802 9999
info@rasasc.org.uk

Helping Hands Helping Hands volunteers provide befriending and practical support to women affected by DV and their families 020 8687 1384
07970 443 339
angie.conway@jigsaw4u.org.uk

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