Our projects

Eaves’ mission is to expose and address violence against women and girls in the UK.

Eaves has specialisms in the areas of trafficking, exiting prostitution, and sexual violence. Eaves also offers housing and employment services. Within each area of work Eaves provides frontline support and advocacy as well as undertaking lobbying and campaigning.

Research & Development

Eaves’ services are shaped and informed by research to ensure they respond and adapt to the needs of those who come to us for support. Working to eliminate all aspects of violence against women, our Research and Development work has a wide remit covering research, training, education and lobbying… read more

Eaves’ services

All our services involve working with women who are victims of violence, or who are at risk of violence.

Support for victims of trafficking – The Poppy Project

Accommodation and outreach support for women who have been victims of trafficking aged 16+. Poppy provides accommodation and support to women who have been trafficked into England or Wales for any form of exploitation. This could include but is not limited to sexual exploitation, labour exploitation, forced illicit activities and organ harvesting. We also work to improve the safety and well-being of women who have been trafficked… read more

Support to exit prostitution – London Exiting Action

Advice, advocacy and sign-posting for women aged 18+ wishing to exit prostitution. LEA provides advice and assistance to women who are involved in prostitution; including housing advice, welfare benefits and providing access to legal and drug and alcohol services… read more

Peer mentoring for survivors of sexual violence – Amina

A peer support scheme for women aged 18+ who have experienced sexual violence… read more

Independent Sexual Violence Advocate – for survivors of sexual violence

Court and police support for women and girls aged 13+ who have experienced sexual violence who live, work or study in the Lambeth area… read more

Lifeskills – support with housing

A pan London one to one advice and advocacy service that supports women aged 18+ who are homeless or at risk of homelessness, and who have experienced or are at risk of experiencing violence. The project also delivers group workshops around independent living skills, benefits and mental and physical health.

Education, training and employment

Preparing women aged 18+ (predominantly those in Lambeth) who have been victims of violence so that they can enter or re-enter the workplace.

To make a referral to any of the above services please call Eaves on 020 7735 2062 and ask to be referred to the appropriate team.