This is a service providing 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.
Support Offered: specialist floating support & advocacy in partnership with multi-agencies to facilitate safety, permanent accommodation, empowerment, counselling, training, education, employment, benefits, debts, budgeting & skills and substance misuse
Eligibility Criteria: Women 18+
Referrals: Come through the clearing house and partnership
Supporting Ealing residents to sustain their housing tenancy and housing related issues including tenancy, debt, financial issues, benefit claims and more.
The service comprises two parts:
Generic Service: supports any Ealing resident at risk of homelessness regardless of their support needs
Hospital Discharge Service: supports Ealing residents who are awaiting discharge from, or have been recently discharged from, psychiatric hospital (Lakeside, Charing Cross or H&F Hospital)
Support Offered: Form filling, Applications, Referrals, Support Planning Debt/ Finances/Benefits, Home Visits
Eligibility Criteria: Age 18+, living in Ealing, presenting with housing related support needs.
Referrals: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our service access, engage and support rough sleepers with a substance misuse problem to enable them to move into or towards more permanent accommodation and address the impact of their lifestyle and substance misuse on their health and wellbeing.
Support offered: a range of interventions including advice, Information, counselling and group work, ensuring they access appropriate treatment and aftercare
Available to: 18+, Living in Ealing
Ascent provides service for women affected by sexual domestic violence and abuse 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
Support Offered: A confidential counselling and support Service in safe locations, One to one counselling (up to 21 sessions), Help with safety planning and self care, Support to facilitate positive changes, Build skills to enhance selfcare.
Eligibility Criteria: 16+ Female, Living in Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hillingdon Current or past experience of domestic violence or abuse.
Awaaz provides one to one counselling and casework for women from the Black and Minority Ethnic communities to help them recover from the impact and experiences of domestic abuse
Eligibility Criteria: 18+ Female, Living in Brent, Ealing, Harrow, Hillingdon. Current or past experience of domestic violence or abuse.
Support women in Ealing with complex needs. Complex needs are defined as affected by substance misuse and domestic violence and/or mental health
Support Offered: 1:1 Counselling, Group Therapy, Peer Support, Risk Management
Eligibility Criteria: 18+, female, living in Ealing, presenting issues: Substance Misuse AND Domestic Violence and/or Mental Health.
We provide support for female survivors of domestic abuse 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.
Support Offered: 1:1 Counselling in culturally specific languages ( Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Pashto and English) , Group sessions, Employment , Training and Education coaching, support worker
Eligibility Criteria: 18+, Living in Brent, Ealing, Hillingdon, Hounslow, Past experience of domestic abuse, Currently living in safe accommodation, sanctuary schemes, move-on/second stage accommodation including women in refuges, DA Units, self-contained units
STEPS is an information and signposting service that aims to promote mental well-being for Ealing residents. The project has set up eight information banks across the borough of Ealing containing leaflets, literature and fact sheets on mental health and services available in the borough.
The project trains peer volunteers, with lived experience of mental health, to become mental health champions who work to break stigma around mental health and support others who are experiencing mental health issues.
Support Offered: Information and referrals about mental health
Eligibility Criteria: Living in the borough of Ealing, lived experience of mental health issues
Referrals: Volunteers can fill form and send to email@example.com
Opening Hours : Mondays to Friday 9.30 am to 5.00 pm
How to Get to Us:
Tube: Ealing Broadway (District and Central Lines)
Rail: The nearest rail station is West Ealing Station
Buses: Routes 207, E8, E2, E7,E11, 427 and 483 (Stop: Dane Road)
Car: There is NO parking outside for disabled people only. Parking is available in the surrounding area.