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DeafHope - Covid 19 response

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Last updated: 06/04/2020

DeafHope is an organisation working to end domestic and sexual violence in Deaf communities through empowerment, education and services.

DeafHope provides support services including peer counseling about DVSV, support groups, systems advocacy and referral to DVSV legal services and shelter.  We also provide space to explore options for safety and healing that include community based alternatives to police and court systems.

Who to contact

020 8772 3241

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