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Early Intervention Service (support for young women)

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The Kingston Early Intervention Service provides one-to-one confidential, non directive support work with young women including emotional support, confidence building, CV workshops, self esteem work, self care, relationship work etc.

What we offer?
CV buildingTraining for professionalsOne-to-one support for girls who are deemed at risk of domestic abuse, CSE, FGM, so-called honour based violence or gang violenceHealthy and Unhealthy Relationship workSelf esteem, self care and self worth workOne-to-one support for girls who are witness to or have survived/surviving domestic abuseConsent workOne-to-one support for girls who are currently going through CSE, FGM, so-called honour based violence or gang violence
The Early Intervention Service is a service for girls age 13-17 who are experiencing, deemed at risk of or have previously experienced any form of gender based violence. We are based in the DV Hub in Guildhall 1.

This service provides 1:1 support for young girls who have experienced, witnessed or are at risk of any form of Gender Based Violence. This could include, but is not exclusive to the below:

- One-to-one support for girls who are witness to or have survived/surviving domestic abuse

- One-to-one support for girls who are currently going through CSE, FGM, so-called honour based violence or gang violence

- One-to-one support for girls who are deemed at risk of domestic abuse, CSE, FGM, so-called honour based violence or gang violence

We will be at the One Stop Shop in Kingsgate Church every Monday morning between 9:30 and 12:30.

We are also happy to offer presentations to staff members in your service around issues of domestic abuse, CSE, FGM, so-called honour based violence or gang violence.

For advice on any of the subjects mentioned above please contact Nia Griffiths at nia_griffiths@refuge.org.uk or 07741119912.

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Referral required
Description of Eligibility or Referral Criteria and Pathways (if applicable)

How to make a referral – The Kingston DV hub accepts self and agency referrals.

Referral forms are to be completed by the referring agency. We will follow this up with the client – either on the telephone or face-to-face, according to their preferences, in order to offer support.

Please complete the referral form and return to kingstondvhub@refuge.org.uk

To discuss your referral please call The DV Hub on 020 8547 6046

The hours of service are Monday-Friday 9-5pm and we aim to respond to emails within 24 hours.

Please note: Due to COVID19 restrictions contact with clients is over phone/video call where this is safe for the client.

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