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Asha Project

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A South Asian organisation that works to end violence against women and girls.

They can provide temporary accommodation shared with other women who have had similar experiences. In the refuge, women have their own private rooms and share the bathroom, living room and kitchen with other residents. They can also provide accommodation for women who have children; they have family-sized rooms and can supply cots for infants. Throughout their stay users will be able to obtain financial advice, emotional support and general help in moving to a point where they can live independently.

Asha can also provide confidential advice and information to any South Asian woman who is experiencing violence, or is worried about someone they know.

Address:
13 Shrubbery Road, Streatham, London, SW16 2AS
Area serviced:
Lambeth and nationwide
Telephone:
020 8696 0023
Opening times:
9:00am - 5:00pm
Who is it for:
South Asian Women and children
Languages:
Urdu, Punjabi, Gujerati, Hindi, Bengalie
Disabled access:
No
Childcare:
No
Charges:
N/A
How to apply:
By phone and appointment only.
Buses:
249, 315, 319, 109, 250, 118, 133
Train/tube:
Streatham
Sector:
Voluntary