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Organisation Name Ashiana Sheffield Ltd
Alternative Name Asian Womens Refuge
Description Ashiana Sheffield Ltd is a registered charity which provides refuge for 11 Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) women (with or without children) fleeing abuse. Ashiana provide an outreach service which supports ex-refuge residents who have been rehoused and also provides telephone support to those experiencing domestic abuse. In partnership with the Salvation Army, Ashiana provides support for up to 9 women trafficked into the UK and outreach. Self or any referral.
Languages Arabic, Bengali, French, Gujurati, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu
Publications Leaflets; Annual Report
Local Website http://www.ashianasheffield.org.uk

Correspondence Details

PO Box 367
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
S1 1HX
Contact Name: Rachel Mullan-Feroze, Service Manager
Telephone 1: 0114 255 5740
Telephone Details: and answerphone
Fax: 0114 272 8225
Mobile: 07946 333963, Out of Hours, 5pm-9am
Email: info@ashianasheffield.org
Office Details
PO Box 367
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
S1 1HX
Open Details: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Contact Name: Rachel Mullan-Feroze, Service Manager
Telephone 1: 0114 255 5740
Telephone 1 Details: and answerphone
Fax: 0114 272 8225
Mobile: 07946 333963, Out of Hours, 5pm-9am
Email: info@ashianasheffield.org
Record last Amended 26/02/2014

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