Our Services

Our services support Moroccan women and Arabic speaking women with mental well being, advocacy, honorary legal services, accomodation support, Domestic abuse support and many community activities.

Domestic Violence Project

Angelou Domestic Violence Project

Angelou is a partnership of nine specialist organisations that have come together to support women and girls experiencing domestic or sexual violence and harmful practices across Westminster, Hammersmith & Fulham and Kensington and Chelsea.

General Casework

Domestic Violence London-Wide

With a caring team, we help our community with One-to-one advocacy, Casework, accommodation (availability permitting through partners), honorary legal advice – Toltops Solicitors and Adrian Cooper - North Kensington Law Centre and continued support through centre’s activities such as ESOL etc.

Mental Health Project

Mental Health Project

Women experiencing mental health problems often find their difficulties impact on their daily life. Those from Arabic-speaking communities can also find themselves very isolated, due to the stigma which still exists in the community in regards to mental ill-health.

Older People’s Outreach

Older People’s Outreach

Our service aims to provide information, advice and advocacy on a wide range of issues including health, housing and welfare benefits to these individuals. Referrals can be made to other services such as Social Services and Occupational Therapy, and even by the individual themselves, for those who feel they are vulnerable and in need of assistance.

Older People’s Outreach

Ayam Zaman Older men's project

(Aged 55 and over)

Recently we have discovered that older men in this community are particular isolated vulnerable and out of reach. Reaching out to our community during these sad times we uncovered the sheer loneliness and isolation some men are living under.

The Saturday Club

The Saturday Club

Providing vital support to our community with trips, Health and wellbeing workshops, Group/Family activities and Hot meals

Together for Grenfell - Well & Alive

Together for Grenfell - Alive & Well

This project, funded by The Big Lottery has been created, initially, as a 12 month programme to bring together families who have been affected by the Grenfell fire tragedy. We aim to provide a safe space for families to get together to interact, share their experiences and spend time with their peers.

Together for Grenfell - Mental Healthcare Support

Together for Grenfell - Mental Healthcare Support

Our Therapy service at Al Hasaniya offers bereavement support to assist families affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in coming to terms with the appalling tragedy and can help them make sense of their experiences and feelings, learn healthy coping skills, and connect with other resources and support.

Together for Grenfell - Mental Healthcare Support

ESOL

Learn a second language at the centre by a qualified English teacher provided by NOVA. The sessions are free of charge and are a lifeline to ladies who have no recourse to public funds and therefore can’t access mainstream further education. We also provide free crèche.

Together for Grenfell - Mental Healthcare Support

Drop-in & activities

We run a weekly drop-in surgery for Arabic-speaking women who live in Kensington and Chelsea and the surrounding boroughs.  Women needing help or advice on topics ranging from the types of activities we offer to where they can access specialist support are welcome to come to the centre during this weekly session, without the need to make a prior appointment.​

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

We're here to help you

If you need help or you would like to get involved in any of our services, call 020 30 48 4488 oe email us at contact@al-hasaniya.org.uk

If you need support for Mental wellbeing or Domestic violence, please complete our self referral (orm