Need advice on a particular issue? Meet with an advisor and get information on domestic violence, welfare or any other questions you have.

When: Monday to Friday, 9:30-1pm and 2pm-5.30pm. Drop-In runs every Tuesday 10-12am.
Where: LAWA office
No appointment necessary.

At LAWA we see you as an individual with a personal story. We are here to listen to you and offer advice based on your specific needs in a welcoming and supportive way.

Our free one-to-one advice and support service offers women in London and other parts of England advice on: domestic violence, personal safety planning, discrimination, legal remedies, welfare benefits advice, housing and emergency accommodation, child support, skills development, community integration and other issues they may be facing.

There are many ways you can access our services

    • By telephone – 0207 275 0321
      LAWA offers a Support Line for general information, advice and emergencies. Where necessary, we will recommend to book a personal appointment to give you the best support possible.
  • In person
    You can contact us in any of the ways listed below to book an appointment with an advisor.

mobile  Call 0207 275 0321

mobile  Send us a text message or call on 0753 442 4826 or 0746 219 1700

mail_ru  Email info@lawadv.org.uk

225-Speech-bubbles-chat-symbol  Click on the Live Chat button to speak online to a staff member now or leave a message.

  • Come to our Drop-In This service runs every Tuesday from 10:00am to 12:00pm and no appointment is necessary. Please drop in and ask our support workers any questions you have.
  • Use our Webchat for general enquiries Click on the circular Live Chat button on our website (on the right of this screen) to talk to our staff right now or leave a message.
  • Come to our Outreach points If you, or someone you know is in need of support but you cannot come to our offices, you can see an advisor in one of our various outreach points across London. For more information where you can find us please visit the outreach page. In an emergency always call 999.