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Woman’s Trust

We  provide up to 18 weeks of person centred counselling for women who are experiencing or recovering from domestic abuse. Woman’s Trust can also be accessed through workshops and support groups across West and East London.

Please give us a call on the number below for an initial conversation so we can find out more about your situation and ensure you get the best help possible.



  • Tracey Burke-Taylor

  • Woman's Trust
    PO Box 70420
    NW1W 7QL

  • 02070340303

  • 02070340304

  • general@womanstrust.org.uk

  • Mon-Fri 9am-5pm Sat-Sun CLOSED

Working Tax Credit

This is payable to people who are working full-time. This means over 16 hours for single parents, over 24 hours a week for couples with children and over 30 hours for others. It can normally only be claimed by people over 25 unless they have children or disabilities. If aged over 60 people only need to work at least 16 hours a week to qualify.

This benefit is paid by HMRC and is based on annual earnings. People whose earnings change within a tax year will need to contact the Department in order to make sure that they receive the correct amount.

Unlike most means tested benefits there is no capital cut off and the calculation is based on earnings before tax.

You may find the Turn2Us Benefits Calculator useful if you want to find out what you are entitled to.   You can also get support with the application or other benefits advice from one of the local Providers listed in the Provider’s Box below.  

To explore if Working Tax Credit is relevant for you, you can get more information by clicking here.

If you are sure you can apply for this benefit but just need help to fill out the form, there are also volunteers at the Council’s Checkpoints who can help you fill out the form.

Young People Advisers (careers)

The young people’s education, training and employment services offer a variety of information and activities.  You can contact them via the telephone numbers detailed below.

They can offer:

  • careers advice
  • one-to-one meetings and CV writing with trained centre staff
  • work experience
  • apprenticeships
  • traineeships
  • supported internships
  • college courses
  • university and job applications
  • Paul Temme or Jean Bradford or Lisa Holmes

  • Paul Temme 020 8724 3763 or Jean Bradford 020 8724 3764 or Lisa Holmes 020 8724 2629

  • paul.temme@lbbd.gov.uk - jean.bradford@lbbd.gov.uk - lisa.holmes@lbbd.gov.uk

  • Monday to Friday: 9am - 5pm