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- For professionals
- Help for men
Advice for professionals
Anyone can make a referral to an Eaves service, including legal professionals, Social Services, police and other voluntary or statutory organisations. Women can also self refer.
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.
If you know which project you need, please see specific details below.
Peer mentoring for women aged 18+ who have experienced sexual violence at any time, including emotional support, help through police reporting, court cases, and compensation claims. To refer to this project please call 020 7840 7959 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Education, Training and Employment Service
Provides support to women in Lambeth and Westminster aged 18+ to access employment and education through one-to-one support and training. To refer to this project please call Eaves’ switchboard.
Independent Sexual Violence Advocate (ISVA)
Court and police support for women and girls aged 13+ who have experienced sexual violence who live, work or study in the Lambeth area. To refer to this project please call Eaves’ switchboard.
Advice, advocacy, sign-posting and support for women aged 18+ wishing to exit prostitution. To refer to this project please call Eaves’ switchboard.
Life Skills Service – will be starting in April – more information to follow.
Provides one-to-one advice around avoiding homelessness and accessing temporary or permanent accommodation in addition to a number of skill building workshops.
Support, accommodation and advocacy for trafficked women aged 16+.
The Poppy Project accepts telephone referrals only. Call 020 7735 2062 and ask to speak with the Poppy Project duty officer. Call this number before 9.30am or after 5.30pm to be redirected to the out-of-hours referral line.
Eaves services will be running various workshops throughout the year. For more information please call the main switchboard.
Our success stories
3rd May 2012
Molly* says… “When I was 38, I was raped and beaten by my boyfriend. He turned my life upside down and it… read more