Monday – Friday
10.30am – 1pm and 2pm – 4pm
Due to funding restrictions this service is only available to women who live in the London Borough of Camden.
West Hampstead Women’s Centre is a safe space where you can come and discuss issues that are concerning you in confidence and seek support in dealing with difficult situations, including debt, poverty, domestic violence and rape. We offer intervention, advocacy and support and aim to help women both in need of immediate and long term support.
Our support service is also available for local women who want to be referred to other agencies and organisations. If you would like guidance on where to look for courses, or to know who to go to for advice on benefits amongst other things please come in to talk to us.
If you would like to drop in to West Hamsptead Women’s Centre to talk to someone in confidence you can call us or come in during the times above. If you would like to speak to someone in depth you can book an appointment by calling us on 020 7328 7389 but you are also very welcome to come in without an appointment.
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If you are in immediate danger call 999 and ask for the police. Calls to the police are free.
If you need advice or emergency accommodation, day or night, call the National 24 hour Domestic Violence Helpline on 0808 2000 247. Calls to this number are free.
The Domestic Violence Helpline provides access to 24-hour emergency refuge accommodation and also offers advice on safety. Translation is provided for women whose first language is not English. This helpline is run by two charities Refuge and Women’s Aid.
If you would like to speak to someone in depth you can book an appointment by calling us on 020 7328 7389 but you are also welcome to email us on email@example.com. Please only email if you are confident that your emails cannot be read by anyone else. Any issues you want to talk about will be treated in the strictest of confidence. We provide emotional and practical support to all who seek help.
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