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How Eaves can help you

If you have suffered or are at risk of any form of violence, including domestic violence, trafficking, sexual abuse and prostitution, we can offer you housing advice, the chance to learn new skills, education and employment opportunities, and support…

How to access Eaves’ services

You can call Eaves yourself and ask for our help, or you can ask someone else to call us for you…

How to keep a roof over your head

Staying up-to-date with your most important payments is the best thing you can do to keep yourself safe…

About benefits and your rights

If you are homeless, unemployed or on a low income, pregnant or with children, disabled, ill or injured, you may be entitled to benefits…

How to stay safe while sleeping rough

Sleeping rough can be dangerous, especially for women. You can be at risk of abuse from the general public, and from other rough sleepers…

What to do if you’re considering leaving an abusive partner

If you feel that you need to leave your home to get away from a troubling relationship, you can call the National Domestic Violence Helpline at any time, on 0808 2000 247…

For professionals

How to make a referral

Anyone can make a referral to an Eaves service, including legal professionals, Social Services, police and other voluntary or statutory organisations.

If you are unsure which project you need to refer into, please call Eaves’ switchboard on 020 7735 2062 and you will be directed accordingly.

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3rd May 2012

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