Drayton Park Women’s Crisis House supports White Ribbon Day - End voilence against women.
International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women.
The figures on domestic violence are truly shocking and each and every person in the United Kingdom, but especially men- who are overwhelmingly the perpetrators of this horrible crime – must work together to stop it.
Every act of violence is wrong and everyone, whether male or female, has the right to a life free of violence.
We all want a safer society for our daughters, sisters and partners and so we are calling on all men to visit the White Ribbon Campaign website and making a pledge to end violence. If you someone you know is experiencing domestic violence, please call one of the following help lines:
Islington Solace Women’s Aid Advice Line:
0808 802 5565
020 7619 1350
North London Rape Crisis Centre:
020 7619 1369
Drayton Park Women’s Crisis House Celebrates
21 years coming of age
Drayton Park Women’s Crisis House celebrated their 21st Anniversary on 9 December 2016. Celebrations included performance from Music in Hospitals, poetry, presentations, songs and delicious food.
Drayton Park Women’s Crisis House supports women in crisis at their residential setting. When women are safe to return home, they are referred to other Camden and Islington services, including community services such as the Stress Project’s therapy program and our free Mindfulness and Pilates classes.
The Stress Project’s Outreach Team provides complementary therapies at Drayton Park Women’s Crisis House every week. Many women said that receiving therapies is an important part of their recovery.