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                                                                                                       Contact list for groups under services: 43, 59, 60, 61, 62, 65, 69, 70 and 72




Com m issioning                    Org Nam e                      Prim ary Contact      Prim ary Contact E- Project Description
Service                                                                                 m ail Address
43. Increase access to services    Eaves Housing for Women        Ms Victoria Samuel    victoria.samuel@eaveshousin ######################################################################################################################################################
for women with no recourse to                                                           g.co.uk
public funds to enable them to
exit domestic violence or
prostitution




43. Increase access to services    Refugee & Migrant Forum of east Ms Rita Chadha       rita.chadha@ramfel.org.uk     ######################################################################################################################################################
for women with no recourse to      London
public funds to enable them to
exit domestic violence or
prostitution




43. Increase access to services    Southall Black Sisters Trust   Ms Hannana Siddiqui   southallblacksisters@btconne ######################################################################################################################################################
for women with no recourse to                                                           ct.com
public funds to enable them to
exit domestic violence or
prostitution




59. Interventions - children &     Barnardo's                     Ms Gloria Stott       gloria.stott@barnardos.org.uk ######################################################################################################################################################
young ppl involved or at risk of                                                        ;
sexual exploitation                                                                     katherine.barnes@barnardos.
                                                                                        org.uk




59. Interventions - children &     PACE                           Catriona Cormack      CCormack@pace.dircon.co.u PACE will work with Gay,/Bisexual young people who are vulnerable to sexual exploitation. The young people face vulnerability through 'coming out' in secrecy for fear of the reactions of
young ppl involved or at risk of                                                        k                         family, school and friends. The organisation will employ a specialist worker to facilitate a north London group for under 16s to:
sexual exploitation                                                                                               'Support safer and healthier transitions in sexual activity
                                                                                                                  'Increase resistance to sexual exploitation
                                                                                                                  'Divert those at risk of or involved in exploitation
                                                                                                                  'Conduct research into the pathways into sexual activity and sexual exploitation of this group
                                                                                                                  An outreach and training programme based upon findings to target:
                                                                                                                  'Children and Family Services
                                                                                                                  'LGBT Youth Provision across London
                                                                                                                  'Appropriate venues
                                                                                                                  'Family therapy services for children at risk or involved in sexual exploitation
60. Counselling & psychotherapy Eaves Housing for Women           Ms Victoria Samuel    victoria.samuel@eaveshousin ######################################################################################################################################################
support for those affected by                                                           g.co.uk
domestic violence, rape or sexual
abuse to improve safety,
confidence, emotional health &
wellbeing and promotion of safe
choices




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60. Counselling & psychotherapy Ethnic Alcohol Counselling In   Ms. Sandra Machado   smachado@each-e.org.uk        ######################################################################################################################################################
support for those affected by     Hounslow
domestic violence, rape or sexual
abuse to improve safety,
confidence, emotional health &
wellbeing and promotion of safe
choices




60. Counselling & psychotherapy Family Matters                  Mr Malcolm Gilbert   malcolm@familymattersuk.or ######################################################################################################################################################
support for those affected by                                                        g
domestic violence, rape or sexual
abuse to improve safety,
confidence, emotional health &
wellbeing and promotion of safe
choices


60. Counselling & psychotherapy Immigrant Counselling and       Gary Fereday         gary@icap.org.uk              ######################################################################################################################################################
support for those affected by     Psychotherapy
domestic violence, rape or sexual
abuse to improve safety,
confidence, emotional health &
wellbeing and promotion of safe
choices




60. Counselling & psychotherapy Rape & Sexual Abuse Support     Ms. Yvonne Traynor   yvonne@rasasc.org.uk          ######################################################################################################################################################
support for those affected by     Centre
domestic violence, rape or sexual
abuse to improve safety,
confidence, emotional health &
wellbeing and promotion of safe
choices




60. Counselling & psychotherapy Solace Women's Aid              Ms Mary Mason        m.mason@solacewomensaid ######################################################################################################################################################
support for those affected by                                                        .org
domestic violence, rape or sexual
abuse to improve safety,
confidence, emotional health &
wellbeing and promotion of safe
choices




60. Counselling & psychotherapy Women and Girls Network         Ms Rif Sharif        rif@wgn.org.uk                ######################################################################################################################################################
support for those affected by
domestic violence, rape or sexual
abuse to improve safety,
confidence, emotional health &
wellbeing and promotion of safe
choices




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61, 63. Advice, outreach, referral Asian Women's Resource Centre   Ms Sarbjit Ganger      asianwomencentre@aol.com    ######################################################################################################################################################
& drop-in services for those
affected by domestic violence or
rape & sexual abuse to improve
access to services & knowledge
of rights and promotion of safe
choices, emotional health &
wellbeing.




61, 63. Advice, outreach, referral Eaves Housing for Women         Ms Victoria Samuel     victoria.samuel@eaveshousin ######################################################################################################################################################
& drop-in services for those                                                              g.co.uk
affected by domestic violence or
rape & sexual abuse to improve
access to services & knowledge
of rights and promotion of safe
choices, emotional health &
wellbeing.

61, 63. Advice, outreach, referral ELBWO                           Ms Joyceline Gustave   joyceline@btconnect.com     ######################################################################################################################################################
& drop-in services for those
affected by domestic violence or
rape & sexual abuse to improve
access to services & knowledge
of rights and promotion of safe
choices, emotional health &
wellbeing.




61, 63. Advice, outreach, referral Galop                           Ms Deborah Gold        deborah.gold@galop.org.uk   ######################################################################################################################################################
& drop-in services for those
affected by domestic violence or
rape & sexual abuse to improve
access to services & knowledge
of rights and promotion of safe
choices, emotional health &
wellbeing.




61, 63. Advice, outreach, referral Mosac                           Mr Denise Hubble       denisehubble@mosac.org.uk   ######################################################################################################################################################
& drop-in services for those
affected by domestic violence or
rape & sexual abuse to improve
access to services & knowledge
of rights and promotion of safe
choices, emotional health &
wellbeing.
61, 63. Advice, outreach, referral Refuge                          Sarah Stockwell        sarah_stockwell@refuge.org. ######################################################################################################################################################
& drop-in services for those                                                              uk
affected by domestic violence or
rape & sexual abuse to improve
access to services & knowledge
of rights and promotion of safe
choices, emotional health &
wellbeing.




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61, 63. Advice, outreach, referral Rights of Women                Ms Emma Scott         emma@row.org.uk               ######################################################################################################################################################
& drop-in services for those
affected by domestic violence or
rape & sexual abuse to improve
access to services & knowledge
of rights and promotion of safe
choices, emotional health &
wellbeing.

61, 63. Advice, outreach, referral Solace Women's Aid             Ms Mary Mason         m.mason@solacewomensaid ######################################################################################################################################################
& drop-in services for those                                                            .org
affected by domestic violence or
rape & sexual abuse to improve
access to services & knowledge
of rights and promotion of safe
choices, emotional health &
wellbeing.




61, 63. Advice, outreach, referral Southall Black Sisters Trust   Ms Hannana Siddiqui   southallblacksisters@btconne Southall Black Sisters Trust is seeking funding to deliver:
& drop-in services for those                                                            ct.com                       1. Advice helpline to 200 women per year, total of 800 women in 4 years.
affected by domestic violence or                                                                                     2. One-to-one advocacy for 40 women per year, total of 160 women in 4 years.
rape & sexual abuse to improve                                                                                       3. Complementary support group activities for 5-7 per week and 60 women and children for annual activities (these women are the same as those already provided with advocacy services),
access to services & knowledge                                                                                       including discussions, drop in, educational/English classes, socials and outings. This amounts to 240 women and children in 4 years.
of rights and promotion of safe
61, 63. Advice, outreach, referral Women and Girls Network        Ms. Kim Thomas        info@wgn.org.uk               ######################################################################################################################################################
& drop-in services for those
affected by domestic violence or
rape & sexual abuse to improve
access to services & knowledge
of rights and promotion of safe
choices, emotional health &
wellbeing.



62. Interventions to improve    Aanchal (formerly APNA GHAR)      Ms. Sudarshan Bhuhi   su.bhuhi@aanchalweb.co.uk     ######################################################################################################################################################
outcomes for children & young
ppl who have witnessed domestic
violence




62. Interventions to improve    Domestic Violence Intervention    Mr Ben Jamal          ben@dvip.org                  ######################################################################################################################################################
outcomes for children & young   Project
ppl who have witnessed domestic
violence




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62. Interventions to improve    Refuge                       Sarah Stockwell        sarah_stockwell@refuge.org. ######################################################################################################################################################
outcomes for children & young                                                       uk
ppl who have witnessed domestic
violence




62. Interventions to improve    The Nia Project              Ms Nicola Weller       nweller@niaproject.plus.com    ######################################################################################################################################################
outcomes for children & young
ppl who have witnessed domestic
violence




62. Interventions to improve    Welcare Community Projects   Mrs Barbara Majumdar   theaccordcentre1@btconnect ######################################################################################################################################################
outcomes for children & young                                                       .com
ppl who have witnessed domestic
violence




65. Provide routes out of         Eaves Housing for Women    Ms Victoria Samuel     victoria.samuel@eaveshousin ######################################################################################################################################################
prostitution and associated                                                         g.co.uk
violence and abuse through
outreach, counselling and support
and advice for women




65. Provide routes out of         New Horizon Youth Centre   Ms. Shelagh O'Connor   Shelagh.oconnor@nhyouthce The organisation is seeking funding towards the salary costs of two full time Outreach/Advice Workers and project resources. This will enable it to provide routes out of prostitution and
prostitution and associated                                                         ntre.org.uk               associated violence and abuse through outreach, Counselling, support and advice for women.
violence and abuse through                                                                                     The organisation is also seekingfunding towards the running costs of the Women's Open Space Project.
outreach, counselling and support                                                                             The project will:
and advice for women                                                                                          -Increase confidence and self-esteem
                                                                                                              -improve mental, physical and emotional health
                                                                                                              -Assist women involved in prostitution to reduce risk taking behaviours, through harm minimisation education around drugs. alcohol and sexual health.
                                                                                                              -increase awareness of personal safety and enable and empower women to break the cycle of sex, drugs and violence
                                                                                                              - professional staff, agencies and volunteers have a better understanding of issues affecting women involved in prostitution.
                                                                                                              -enable women to exit from sex work through a range of learning opportunities and emotional support.

65. Provide routes out of         Women and Girls Network    Ms. Kim Thomas         info@wgn.org.uk                WGN is seeking funding to deliver individual counselling to women involved in prostitution.
prostitution and associated                                                                                        Individual counselling will include variable treatment plans based on individual need.
violence and abuse through                                                                                         For example 6 intense CBT sessions focused on substance misuse to longer therapeutic contracts of up to 20 sessions for more in depth work on historic abuse and current recovery.
outreach, counselling and support                                                                                  Counselling will focus on past abuse, development of appropriate boundaries, positive self-image and maintaining safety.
and advice for women                                                                                               The service aims to increase confidence, self esteem and well being and support women to exit prostitution.

69. Support children & young ppl   Brook London              Ms Joanna Brien        joanna.brien@brooklondon.or Brook London will provide counselling support to children and young people who have been sexually abused. Three part time counsellors, will work at its centres in Lambeth, Southwark and
who have experienced sexual                                                         g; joanna_brien@hotmail.com Camden offering young people long term counselling lasting an average of 24 weeks.
abuse




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69. Support children & young ppl   Mosac                             Ms Denise Hubble          denisehubble@mosac.org.uk     ######################################################################################################################################################
who have experienced sexual
abuse




69. Support children & young ppl   Respond                           Mr Jason Upton            jason.upton@respond.org.uk    Respond will target children and young people with learning/physical disabilities that have experienced sexual abuse. A specially trained psychotherapist will provide support via verbal and non-
who have experienced sexual                                                                                                  verbal forms of communication and expression. It will offer investigative assessments where abuse is unclear/suspected and provide opportunities for disclosure. Family therapy will be
abuse                                                                                                                        provided at Respond or within the families' home with advice and support on how best to support a child after an experience of sexual abuse. Training will be provided for professionals, front-
                                                                                                                             line workers and families to raise awareness around the vulnerability of this group, and on early identification and intervention.

69. Support children & young ppl   Step Up                           Mrs Shelley Daldy         shelleydaldy@aol.com          Step Up is seeking funding for the following activities:-
who have experienced sexual                                                                                                  1. Expansion of its current counselling service for parents/carers and children. The organisation is actively looking to expand the newly launched counselling service (in accordance with British
abuse                                                                                                                        Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy guidelines), which will include one-to-one individual therapy, group therapy for children and family therapy. It will also include offering
                                                                                                                             placements to trainee counsellors. Included in the costs for this service is supervision and on-going personal development training for counsellors.
                                                                                                                             2.Expand the drop-in and support service available to parents. This will mean offering an evening drop-in to working parents.
                                                                                                                             3. The children within the Step Up group have made a DVD which highlights the grooming process and journey from victim to survivor. It incorporates messages to other children which
                                                                                                                             encourage disclosure, help available after disclosure as well as discussing myths and taboos surrounding abuse. This has been presented to Parent Support Advisors in Redbridge and
                                                                                                                             received extremely favourable feedback. The organisation is seeking funding for the salary for two employees to go into schools to present the DVD in PSHE lessons.



70. Reduction of violent behaviour London Drug and Alcohol Network Shona Flannigan             shona.flannigan@ldan.org.uk LDAN will provide second tier support to domestic violence perpetrator programmes for people with drug and alcohol problems to improve the quality of service provision to this group and
thru domestic violence peretrator                                                                                            provide a support network for those involved in service delivery.
programmes                                                                                                                   This will include programmes delivered in mainstream substance misuse provision where domestic violence is a key issue. Support will include the development and facilitation of a regular
                                                                                                                             forum for frontline workers, dissemination of information on issues relevant to the services they deliver, network meetings directed at a wider audience, features in LDAN's bi-monthly
                                                                                                                             newsletter and the production of a special edition newsletter devoted to the issue. The service will be provided by LDAN's Chief Executive Officer, the Membership and Development Co-
                                                                                                                             ordinator, the Communications Manager and the project administrator.
70. Reduction of violent behaviour Respect                           Mr Neil Blacklock         neil.blacklock@respect.uk.net ######################################################################################################################################################
thru domestic violence peretrator
programmes




72. Provide domestic violence        Ashiana Network                 Ms. Shaminder Ubhi        shaminder@ashiana.org.uk      ######################################################################################################################################################
education & preventative
initiatives to help children & young
ppl to defus conflict & reduce
violence, gender-based violence




72. Provide domestic violence        Foundation for Women's Health   Mrs Naana Otoo- Oyortey   naana@forwarduk.org.uk        ######################################################################################################################################################
education & preventative             Research and Development
initiatives to help children & young
ppl to defus conflict & reduce
violence, gender-based violence




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72. Provide domestic violence        The London Centre for Personal   Ms. Claudia Ferreira da Silva cdasilva@lcps.demon.co.uk   ######################################################################################################################################################
education & preventative             Safety
initiatives to help children & young
ppl to defus conflict & reduce
violence, gender-based violence




72. Provide domestic violence        Until the Violence Stops         Roxanne Persaud             roxanne@tender.org.uk         ######################################################################################################################################################
education & preventative
initiatives to help children & young
ppl to defus conflict & reduce
violence, gender-based violence




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