- Who we are
- Research and Development
- Eaves' Poppy Project - for survivors of trafficking
- Amina - for survivors of sexual violence
- Independent Sexual Violence Advocate - for survivors of abuse
- Life Skills - for women facing homelessness
- The Beth Centre
- London Exiting Advocacy - for women seeking to exit prostitution
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The Amina Scheme
Amina -for survivors of sexual violence. Part of Eaves' Alice Project
Part of Eaves' Alice Project
Amina is a ground breaking peer-led service for women aged 18+ who have experienced sexual violence. Through its befriending scheme Amina provides support for women who have been raped, sexually assaulted or abused at any time in their lives.
Amina works by training volunteers who have survived and overcome experiences of sexual violence to support others facing similar experiences. After the programme of training is complete, we carefully pair women together so they can meet regularly. This helps to reduce feelings of isolation and ensures women have the appropriate support to address a range of emotional and practical challenges so that they can rebuild their lives. Amina brings a fresh, innovative and service user-generated approach to working with and responding to sexual violence.
The Amina Scheme is part of Eaves’ Alice Project, a specialist advice and advocacy service for women who are affected by violence or are at risk of or experiencing homelessness. The service offers support and advice around housing options, accessing benefits and other services such as health, education, training and employment.