The Trust Women's Project

The Trust Women's Project

Charity information

The Trust Women's Project

The Trust Women’s Project is situated in Streatham Hill and provides a holistic, woman-centred support service for vulnerable women in South London with current or previous involvement in street based prostitution and/ or the criminal justice system. Women selling sex, involved in the criminal justice system and/ or prostitution can access 1-2-1 support, the REALize group, drop-in sessions, a court diversion scheme for women appearing at Camberwell Magistrates Court on prostitution charges and our street and community outreach programme. Women moving on from substance misuse, prostitution and offending can access continued 1-2-1 support and the Discover and Living It! Programmes, which aim to reintegrate women into the community through volunteering, training and employment.

Founded 1994

  • Mission statement

    We aim to provide support that can meet every woman’s need, at whatever stage of her journey she joins Trust. Our specialist team can provide support around drug and alcohol use, domestic and sexual violence, children, offending, housing and benefits, motivation and self esteem, and health and wellbeing. Typical outcomes for clients include improved self worth, gained/maintained abstinence from drugs and alcohol, appropriate housing, improved physical and mental wellbeing and better access to benefits.

  • Aims

    The Trust Women's Project aims to:

    • Empower women to realise and build the life they want
  • Overview

    Established: April 1994

    Registered Charity Number: 1104461

    Board members: 2

    Full time staff: 4

    Part time staff: 3

    Volunteers: 1

    Phone number: 02087699156

    Address: 3 Mount Ephraim Road SW16 1NQ

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