Women and Girls Network Advice Service
Women and Girls Network (WGN) is a free, women-only service that supports women in London who have experienced violence, or are at risk of violence.
We offer counselling, advocacy and advice for women and girls who have experienced gendered violence, including sexual and domestic violence.
Our Advice Service provides free, confidential practical and emotional support, information and advice to women and girls. The Advice line is also open for any professionals supporting women experiencing gendered violence and abuse. Advice line open Monday to Friday from 10am - 4pm and Wednesdays from 6-9pm
We also run a Group Work Programme “Ascent – Moving Forward Group” we are currently taking referrals for the programme. The Moving Forward programme is for women and girls who have experienced or are at risk of domestic and / or sexual violence. The course is free to attend for women and girls aged 16 plus and we are running the sessions during term time, three times a year across London. During the next term we will be delivering sessions over September, October and November. Sessions are 2 or 2.5 hours each week and the course lasts for a period of 6 or 8 weeks.
|Borough||Start date||End date||Day||Time||Venue||Sessions|
|Ealing||6th June||11th July||Thursday||10.30am-1.00pm||Hanwell Children’s Centre||6|
|Hounslow||5th June||10th July||Wednesday||10.00am-12.30pm||The Spot||6|
To refer women to the groups, please complete the attached referral form and return to: email@example.com so that we have ample time to book women on to the groups. Our admin team will contact women directly with details once their referral has been reviewed.
If you work with a women’s group and you would like us to deliver the Moving Forward programme in-house, please contact us to discuss this further.
Who to contact
The role of this directory is to provide information. It is your personal responsibility to make sure that organisations are appropriate and safe for you, your child or young person before they attend. Please read our guide to staying safe - things to consider