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ADVANCE

Advocacy Project

"...It helps to have a great support system. When you allow your abuser to isolate you from friends and family, you believe you have no way out when that's not true. There is always help, and there is always a way out..."

ADVANCE supports women, children and young people to lead safe, healthy, equal, violent-free lives.

Advocacy And Non-Violence Community Education

LATEST NEWS

15th September 2014

Our website is currently undergoing some editorial changes. For the next week you may notice various pages change and other new additional pages and content added.

ADVANCE supports women, children and young people affected by domestic and sexual violence and also provides community support for women who are involved in the criminal justice system.

Our services include:

- Independent Domestic Violence Advisors
- Minerva project for women offenders or women at risk of offending
- Domestic Violence Family Support
- Young Persons - ‘young peoples services’
- Domestic Violence Prevention work

We are based across four London boroughs:
- Brent
- Hammersmith and Fulham
- Kensington and Chelsea
- City of Westminster

HELP OUR CHARITY / DONATE TO ADVANCE

Values and principles that guide our work

Donate to ADVANCE to help women and children.

- £10.00 helps a woman who is isolated to benefit from a support group

- £20.00 helps a woman to get advice to help her provide for her children

- £35.00 helps a woman to get help in a crisis & create a plan to keep safe

Visit our 'How To Make A Donation' page

We believe women and children’s safety must be the priority in all services, and that institutional change should be influenced through independent advocacy.

We value the importance of women-centred services: women need access to safe, separate, non-judgemental, women-only services and women-only provision is promoted and recognised as a source of expertise through our service delivery as a women-led organisation.

We believe how services are delivered is as important as what is delivered: We deliver flexible, options-based approach, one that supports different women’s needs, increases their choices, builds on positive coping strategies, and enables empowerment and self-protection.

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