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Organisations That Can Help (Ngo’s)
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Organisations That Can Help (NGO’s)

POWA is a “feminist, women’s rights organisation that provides services and engages in advocacy. They provide shelter and counselling services for clients (and their children where relevant) who have been the victims of Gender-Based Violence (GBV). These services are located in the East and West Rand, and a “second stage” house is located in Berea.

Counseling services include; individual counseling, group counseling, survivor’s emails enquiries, telephone counselling and Thuthuzela Care Centres.

 

counselling@powa.co.za
www.powa.co.za
021 642 4345
SMS or send please call +27 67 618 8467 / +27 67 115 8905 to be contacted.

 

BRANCHES

 

Berea
64 Mitchell Street, Berea
011 642 4345/6
info@powa.co.za

 

Soweto
Chris Hani Baragwaneth Hospital
011 933 2333
soweto@powa.co.za

 

Katlehong
Monisi Section Katlehong
011 905 2211
katlehong@powa.co.za

 

Vosloorus
1620 Ditshego Street Basothong Section Vosloorus
011 906 4259
Vosloorus@powa.co.za

 

Tembisa
43 Benin and Jackie Ncube Street, Ethafeni Multi-Skills Centre
065 862 4095
tembisa@powa.co.za

 

Evaton
12320/105 Beverly Hills, Evaton West
081 383 7698
evaton@powa.co.za

A non-profit organisation based in Alexandra Township, Johannesburg. It provides counselling to women survivors of violence but also provides community education, conducts research, advocacy and lobbying, and builds community support for women and vulnerable girl children.

www.adapt.org.za
011 786 6608

Provides counselling, education and training for South Africans who want help with relationship issues. Help communities in focus areas such as violence and trauma, HIV/AIDS, abusive relationships, poverty and relationship breakdown.

011 975 7106/7

The Department of Social Development opened a Gender-Based Violence (GBV) Command Centre in November 2013. It operates 24 hours a day and is operational all year long to assist victims of gender-based violence.

www.gbv.org.za
0800 428 428
Send a please call me to *120*7867#
SMS Help to 31531

Provides anonymous, confidential and accessible telephonic information, counselling and referrals in all 11 official languages to survivors, witnesses and perpetrators of Gender-Based Violence (GBV).

0800 150 150

An advocacy and empowerment organisation that works with local, national, and global partners to strengthen women’s rights, reduce HIV/Aids, and eradicate violence against women. It evolved from the Masimanyane Women’s Support Centre, which was established to address the critical issue of violence against women and now also participates in research, documentation, and advocacy.

www.masimanyane.org.za

A non-profit, non-governmental organization located in Lenasia, Johannesburg, Nisaa focuses on the prevention of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) and the empowerment of women who have been abused by their partners. It provides counselling and shelter services, awareness and advocacy, training and developing local, national, regional and international partnerships.

www.nisaa.org.za
011 854 5804/5

Situated in Manenberg, Cape Town, they cater to women and children abuse survivors. They have a 24-hour crisis response; a residential shelter and transitional housing; legal assistance; and job-skills training bringing together a number of organisations both within government structures and the non-governmental spaces.

www.saartjiebaartmancentre.org.za
021 633 5287

Made up of NGOs, community-based organisations, research institutions and legal services. Members work with adults, children, people with disabilities, sex workers and the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender and intersex community and other key populations. It operates as a coalition of organisations through collaboration under one umbrella.

http://www.shukumisa.org.za
021 447 1467

An organisation in South Africa that promotes gender equality, fights to curb domestic violence, and reduce the spread of HIV. This organisation carries out several programmes to advance the prevention of domestic violence, such as the One Man Campaign and the Sonke’s Social and Structural Drivers. 

https://genderjustice.org.za/

Cape Town: +27 (0)21 423 7088
Johannesburg: +27 (0)11 339 3589
Bushbuckridge Satellite Office: +27 (0)13 795 5076
Gugulethu Satellite Office: +27 (0)21 633 3140

TEARS Foundation provides access to crisis intervention, advocacy, counselling, and prevention education services for those impacted by domestic violence and child abuse. Confidential services are provided to all victims at no charge.

www.tears.co.za
010 590 5920
USSD: *134*7355#

The Trauma Centre for Survivors of Violence and Torture is a non-governmental human rights organisation that utilises inclusive evidence-based healing processes to address the psychosocial needs of South Africa’s multiply wounded society.

The Trauma Centre
www.trauma.org.za
021 465 7373

Located in Yeoville, Johannesburg and takes in homeless women and their children who have survived neglect, abuse, trauma, and homelessness. It provides a home to women who have lost their jobs and are struggling financially, and young homeless mothers looking to kick-start their lives.

www.fridahartley.org
011 648 6005