Our Knowledge and Resilience programmes provide:
If you are in the UK on spouse visa, we can help you consider how you can remain in the UK safely, away from your abuser.
If you are in the UK on an alternative visa (such as working visa, student visa, dependent visa and asylum), it might be harder for you to be granted support under the Destitution Domestic Violence Concession, you may still be able to get help keeping safe while here in the UK (please note though that each case is different). It is still important for you to report the abuse to the police and/or a domestic abuse specialist agency. Aanchal can help you identify potential support structures.
“It is clear that Jasmine is one of the best programmes we have delivered. By giving service users more time and support, and moving from crisis management to community-based empowerment, Jasmine is changing lives. Women are learning, we are learning, and we’re sharing that learning back into the community.”
“Having had to transition this service to remote access during the pandemic, it’s continued to be such an inspiring and transformative experience for the women joining the programmes.
With the support of service user direction, we have been able to tailor the service to be flexible around busy lives, juggling homeschooling and work. Women have welcomed the break in their day to focus on their mental health and personal development and have enjoyed the daily connection, building support networks and friendships in what is currently an unsettling and isolating time.”