Southall Black Sisters (SBS) manage a resource centre in West London that provides a comprehensive service to black and minority ethnic women experiencing violence or abuse, particularly domestic violence and harmful traditional practices.
The African Well Woman’s Clinic (AWWC) was set up in 1997 to find ways of promoting a better service to women and children who have experienced FGM. The clinic is an example of how services have been developed to meet the needs of immigrants and vulnerable people in the society. The clinic provides access, advice, information, counseling and surgical reversal.
The PATHway project at St Mary's Maternity Hospital, Manchester, was designed to improve the physical and mental health outcomes for women and their children who are affected by domestic abuse and attending maternity and gynaecological services at St Mary’s by providing advice and information on options to improve safety and advocacy.