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Our Experience shows us that victims who have had experiences of abuse need comprehensive, holistic support in order to recover fully. This means assisting victims with every aspect of their experience, including access to mediation, counselling, education and employment opportunities, parenting skills, confidence building and legal assistance or support, among other things. Each of our projects works in this way.

How to access Inclusive Social Welfare & Empowerment Foundation

Inclusive Social Welfare & Empowerment Foundation Tel: +447367122801, +2348132553341 Whatsapp:+2349082455376 email: [email protected]

Who to contact in an emergency

Inclusive Social Welfare & Empowerment Foundation, does not provide a 24-hour emergency service. We operate on a 9 to 5 basis. However, if you need help at off-hours, we advise you to dial from one of the emergency helplines listed below.

Calling the Nigerian Police:

Domestic violence is a crime. If there has been an incidence of violence or harassment or a threat of violence or harm made against you or someone you know, contact the Nigerian Police (Lagos) on:+2347055462708, +2348035963919

Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team

The Secretariat, Ministry of Justice Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team (DSVRT) Alausa, Ikeja.

Hotline(S) 112, 08137960048 email: [email protected]

Samaritans:

08457 909090 – The Samaritans are a nationwide charity that provides 24-hour confidential emotional support for anyone in crisis.

National Child Protection Helpline (NSPCC):

0800 8005000 – This is a free, confidential service for anyone concerned about children at risk, including children themselves. The service offers counselling, information and advice.

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