Hillingdon Domestic Violence Outreach

Hillingdon Domestic Violence Outreach

Hillingdon Domestic Violence Outreach Surgeries

Southall Black Sisters has received funding from London Council’s as part of ASCENT: A partnership within the London Violence against Women and Girls (VAWG) Consortium to develop a violence against black and minority ethnic (BME) women and girls outreach service within the London Borough of Hillingdon.

This service is free for BME women residing in Hillingdon who have experienced domestic and sexual violence or more specific cultural forms of violence such as forced marriage, honour related violence, dowry related violence and inter-related issues such as homelessness, racism, immigration/asylum, no recourse to public funds, matrimonial and child custody/ contact issues, depression, suicide and self-harm.

Hillingdon Advice Sessions will take place once a month from 2pm to 4pm at John McDonnell’s Constituency Office, Pump Lane, Hayes, UB3 3NB.

Buses that stop near John McDonnell’s Constituency Office: U4, H98, 698, 90, E6, 140. 15min walk from Hayes & Harlington Railway Station.

Please complete the booking form below and an advisor will contact you to confirm the details of your appointment. Hillingdon Domestic Violence Outreach Surgeries Map

The dates for this year are:

22nd February 2017
22nd March 2017
19th April 2017
17th May 2017
21st June 2017
19th July 2017
No session in August 2017
20th September 2017
25th October 2017
22nd November 2017
13th December 2017

Please complete the booking form below and an advisor will contact you to confirm the details of your appointment or you may drop-in for advice. However, we recommend booking an appointment to ensure you will be seen by an advisor.

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  • Please tell us a bit about your circumstances including any upcoming deadlines
    If you are from an agency and referring a client, please indicate whether you will be able to attend the appointment with your client. We do not have the capacity to support non SBS clients.
  • EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES MONITORING (optional)

    You are not obliged to provide any of the information in this section, but if you do so, it will enable us to monitor our processes and service provision.