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Support services for prostitution

Prostitution, which is sometimes called sex work, is the exchange of sex for money or goods when the person selling is aged 18 and over. If they are under 18, then it should always be considered child sexual exploitation (CSE).

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Beyond the streets

 A UK charity working to end sexual exploitation.

A small team of women with good listening and coaching skills with experience of supporting women who want to move forward towards their dreams on their journey out of prostitution.

Tower Hamlets Prostitution Partnership (THPP) meetings occur monthly to create a holistic support package for women involved in prostitution who are deemed high risk. Members of the partnership work together to ensure the needs of women involved in on-street prostitution are prioritised and met.

They operate a free call back service

Tel: 0800 1337870

Emaill: support@beyondthestreets.org.uk

Professionals

Tower Hamlets Prostitution Partnership referral form (THPP Referral Form)

 

 

Door of Hope

An operating activity of Beyond the Streets Charitable Trust. Door of Hope provides support for women involved in street prostitution in East London. Many women find themselves vulnerable to exploitation and trapped on the streets. Alongside regular outreach, support is offered for women as routes out are explored.

Tel: 0300 302 0762

National Ugly Mugs (NUM) 

 A pioneering, national organisation that provides greater access to justice and protection for sex workers who are often targeted by dangerous individuals but are frequently reluctant to report these incidents to the police.

They aim is to prevent crime by improving the safety of sex workers, bring to justice offenders, supporting sex workers to access frontline services, increase reports to the police and to enhance the levels of intelligence.

 

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VAWG service directory

You can find lots of other useful services on the Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG) service directory homepage.