London Floating Support: Pan London

The overall aim of the service is to increase survivor safety over time, to reduce and remove harm for victims/survivors. This partnership, which is run by 11 specialist DA organisations, delivers trauma-informed, wrap-around, client-led support for those in safe accommodation across London.

The support offered to survivors:

  • Specialist support and safety planning to reduce risks and harm for survivors and their children,
  • Ongoing casework support, including referrals to specialist advice and practical support, such as legal advice around civil and criminal remedies,
  • Empowering survivors with information on their rights and options,
  • Support to maintain accommodation, or to source permanent accommodation as necessary,
  • Financial empowerment work to maximise income, including support with debt,
  • Referral to therapeutic support from Woman’s Trust,
  • Support to link with local resources such as ESOL classes, volunteering and training to develop financial independence, and opportunities to gain social support, such as mother-and-baby groups, or formal DA programmes (delivered by partners)

London Floating Support:No Recourse to Public Fund, spouse visa - Pan London

The overall aim of the service is to increase survivor safety who are NRPF, spouse Visa. This partnership, which is run by 11 specialist DA organisations, delivers trauma-informed, wrap-around, client-led support for those in safe accommodation, across London.

The support offered to survivors:

  • Specialist support and safety planning, to reduce risks and harm for survivors who are NRPF – spouse visa and their children
  • Ongoing casework support, including referrals to specialist advice and practical support, such as legal advice on immigration, DDVC around civil and criminal remedies and child contact issues
  • Empowering survivors with information on their rights and options,
  • Support to maintain accommodation, or to source permanent accommodation as necessary
  • Financial empowerment work to maximise income, including support with debt
  • Referral to therapeutic support from Woman’s Trust
  • Support to link with local resources such as ESOL classes, volunteering and training to develop financial independence, and opportunities to gain social support, such as mother-and-baby groups, or formal DA programmes (delivered by partners)

Who can use the service?

Referrals can be made by professionals, or by self-referring survivors at any level of risk, living in safe accommodation. Please complete referral form and email to floatingsupport@imece.org.uk

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