Our Services


Daughter Arise started a support group in October 2014 and it is held on the 2nd Wednesday of every month.

Daughter Arise flyerOur next session for the support group is on Wednesday 15th November at 7.30pm – 9.30pm. It will be in Brixton (10mins from tube station), St Pauls Community Centre, 24 Blenheim Gardens, Brixton, SW2 5BZ.

Directions On exiting Brixton Tube station, turn left. There will be a number of bus stops in front of you. Get any of the following buses up Brixton Hill and get off at Blenheim gardens (3 stops from Brixton Tube Station)
45 – 59 – 109 – 118 – 133 – 159 – 250 – 333
Venue is 10 mins from tube station

Cross road and you will see Co-opereative funeral services shop, the side road is called Blenheim Gardens. Take first right and your destinations is 1 min in front of you at the end of road. (You will see Daughter Arise sign)
St Pauls Community Centre, 24 Blenheim Gardens, Brixton, SW2 5BZ
This outlet provides a space for female survivors of sexual abuse and sexual violence to come together and find support and encouragement among people who have had similar experiences. We will be doing a mixture of things each session; activities, light discussion or have speakers in to share information on relevant topics. We will have a creche facility for those who might find it difficult to come otherwise and of course refreshments.

If you are interested in coming to this group or have questions, email me at info@daughterarise.org.uk and I will put your name on a list to be contacted.

Each session will allow for 15 women so let me know. We welcome everyone regardless of background, religion or personal circumstances.



For anyone supporting someone has been through sexual abuse. This workshop gives you the information and support you need to be able to address the issue and provides an environment where you can openly discuss your concerns.


For schools, colleges or groups, this awareness talk is both informative and encouraging. Director and Author, Yvonne Ellis shares her experience about how abuse impacted her life, the journey to healing and hope for the future. Also covers interesting facts about how the aftermath of abuse affects different people, facts and myths and encouragement. Engage with Yvonne in a discussion about a subject that is epidemic in this country and worldwide.


Besides sharing how abuse affected and impacted her life, Yvonne Ellis will be talking about what constitutes as abuse, signs to look out for and how to safeguard children. This is a must for anyone who has children or would like to know more about how abusers set the scenario for potential abuse. This talk covers how to teach your children about handling this scenario by empowering them about their bodies in an appropriate way.


Author Yvonne Ellis will be helping those who want to write down their experiences and feelings about sexual, physical or emotional abuse in a constructive format. As a group the expressive workshop will look at dealing with painful memories, the importance of having a voice and exploring positive avenues such as poetry, journaling and the process of planning and writing your own book.


This workshop is to raise awareness about how sexual abuse affects the individual and to encourage the abuse survivor towards beginning steps to healing and for those on the journey. Covers Yvonne’s experience, how it affects different individuals, finding peace, self acceptance plus much more. This workshop really supports and helps the survivor of abuse and is interactive, informative and empowering.

The aim of the workshops are to raise awareness and educate women on a variety of topics such as;

  • healing from emotional and sexual abuse,
  • developing positive relationships,
  • how sexual abuse effects the individual,
  • spiritual awareness, building good self esteem.

We will be offering other workshops as well.
We will keep you informed through our EVENTS & MEETINGS page, be sure to keep an eye out for details.
We will be running workshops for organisations, supporters and their families to enable them to get the help they need to support others.



We offer a mentoring and befriending service to those seeking extra support. It could be you want someone to accompany you to a meeting or perhaps you just want help to achieve personal goals. Daughter Arise will match each participant with a trained volunteer.



We also help people who have been through vulnerable situations get their life back on track by providing information and advice on housing benefit and council tax issues, budgeting, assistance in filling out forms and sourcing external help from other agencies.



You can email support@daughterarise.org.uk, text or contact us via live chat if you want to, as we know abuse is not an easy issue to talk about face to face. This support channel gives you an outlet to talk to one of our trained volunteers, we are here to listen and support you. All information discussed is treated in the strictest confidence.

All our volunteers are Disclosed and Barring Service (DBS) checked, to find out more information visit our CONTACT US page.