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DeafHope

Falcon Mews
46 Oakmead Road
London
SW12 9SJ
United Kingdom
Phone Number: 02087723241
Beneficiaries: Arab community, Bangladeshi community, Black African-Caribbean community, Black African communities, Chinese community, Eastern and central European communities, Women, Children and families, Disabled people, People with learning disabilities, LGBTQIA people, Older people, Young people, People recovering from substance misuse, People with mental health issues, Other VCS organisations, BME organisations, Women's organisations, Faith Communities
Activities: Advocacy/representation, Education/Training (adults), Self-help groups
Description:

DeafHope is the UK's only sign-language based service to help deaf people who have experienced or are experiencing domestic abuse. Deaf women are twice at risk of domestic abuse than hearing women. When sign language is the main way you communicate it can be very hard to get help. We offer a variety of support and advice through many variations. We support all Deaf people from different backgrounds and ethnicities.
DeafHope now covers London, Kent, Surrey and Sussex.

To make a referral to us you can phone: 02087723241, email: deafhope@signhealth.org.uk or text our SMS only number: 07970350366.

Our office hours are 9am-5pm; Monday - Friday but our emails are regularly monitored, even during the weekend.

DeafHope is now on twitter: @deafhopeuk and Facebook: DeafHope. So please follow us for regular updates on our services.

If you would like to learn more about DeafHope, domestic violence and the Deaf community, we can arrange workshops for people to attend. This can also be in-house training for full or half days where we can also deliver presentations to any groups both Deaf & hearing.
As part of our prevention work, our Young DeafHope team deliver workshops to young Deaf individuals on varying topics such as:
Healthy Relationships, Anti-bullying, Forced Marriage & Honor Based Violence, Sexting/Cyber Bullying and sex education. Our materials are created and adapted specifically for our workshops and our Deaf clients so they are accessible.

Our next survivor workshop sessions are approaching in September. If you know anybody who will benefit from a 7 week course to build confidence, share similar experiences, and to learn to be a stronger, more independent individual than please let us know.
If you would like any more information please do not hesitate to make contact.