Our primary purpose is to empower African Caribbean Women. Everything we do centres on tackling identified needs in various aspects of everyday life.

Who is this service for? Women and girls.

Our primary purpose is to empower African Caribbean Women. Everything we do centres on tackling identified needs in various aspects of everyday life. We deliver culturally appropriate support in an environment where women can feel safe and can empathise with one another.

We take an integrated approach in our work and provide, Information, Advocacy, Support and Advice.

  • If you are currently experiencing some form of violence against you
  • have previously been subjected to violence or at risk of being harmed.
  • you want to understand the range of abusive behaviours.
  • Need help in assessing risk and developing safety plans to reduce the risk of harm to you.

Call us, we are here for you.

Some frequently asked questions?

Q: Do you charge for your services? A: No the service is FREE

Q: Do I need to be referred to CJO? A: No referral is needed

Q: I live in London, but not a neighbouring borough, can I still use your services? A: Yes the service is available for all of the African-Caribbean community

Q: Do I have to come to your office for help? A: No, you can contact us by email, phone or in person

Referrals

We accept self-referrals and referrals from other agencies.

For more information call us on 020 7241 1646 or email info@claudiajones.org.

Please be aware that, if after assessing your case, we identify that specific expertise is required, we will explore your options with you and, with your consent, make a referral to a more specialised service. If you wish to continue CJO’s input into your support plan, the VAWG Service will explore co-working with the service provider in question.

In an emergency

Please contact the Police if you feel threatened in any way or have any concerns about your safety – they are there to help you.