Domestic Abuse


Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG) is any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in physical harm, sexual harm, emotional harm, financial harm, social isolation, coercion.


Ascent provides service for those affected by sexual domestic violence and abuse in London through the provision of frontline services as well as support to voluntary and statutory organisations. We work in delivering a range of services for survivors of  domestic and sexual violence and abuse


Funded by MOPAC, Awaaz provides one-to-one counselling and casework for women from Black and Minority Ethnic communities to help them recover from the impact and experiences of domestic abuse.


This is a Pan London service funded by the  GLA to provide housing and specialist support for BME women  and children who have experienced domestic abuse and are moving on from refuges and need  resettlement in the community. The aim of the project is  help women with complex needs recover from their experiences, take back control of their lives and go on to lead positive safe lives in the future.

Complex Needs

The project helps women to access services (brokerage, advocacy) and also develop their own opportunities for health, wellbeing, leisure and social contact, working on a strengths based approach. We aim to empower women, improve their level of health, as well as decrease their dependence on services as they gain the skills and knowledge to successfully recover from the inter-related issues which can impact negatively on their lives.

DV Aftercare Recovery

DV Aftercare Recovery Service offers a structured service working within a ‘step down and move forward’ approach for women who have experienced domestic abuse. We provide women with culturally competent counselling, group-based support and aftercare which with the hope of enable women to move forward and achieve their long-term recovery goals.

Hounslow IDVA

The Hounslow Independent Domestic Violence Advocate (IDVA) program primarily serves female residents within the London Borough of Hounslow who have been impacted by instances of Domestic Violence. Predominantly, this service caters to individuals from the Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community. Many of these women possess English as a secondary language and currently hold spousal visas within the United Kingdom.


Jasmine Project provides free, confidential counselling and support to women living in Ealing who are affected by substance misuse and experience mental health and/or domestic abuse. Through a structured programme of counselling, group work and activities, we will develop a support plan with you at your assessment. We work closely with local substance misuse and mental health services and are able to support you within the community at various locations.

Standing Together

Women have increased access to culturally competent and specialist domestic abuse counselling within a health context delivered in safe locations.

Women and Families

Our service provides accommodation related support to women and families who have experienced domestic abuse. We provide client centred safety planning, and support to move on to safe and fulfilling lives.