nia’s exiting prostitution services offer confidential, non-judgemental support to women involved in prostitution.

We recognise the multiple barriers that women face to exit prostitution and will work at a woman’s own pace offering her a range of options and choices.

our services

Night time Outreach

We deliver night time outreach from our van across London Boroughs. Women can have a warm drink, a chat and find out more about what we do without telling us anything they don’t want to. We also provide condoms and clothes donations.

Our outreach van covers a wide range of areas in London. If you are a woman who would like to find out where the van will be, or if you would like to suggest an area for us to visit please call us on 07880 230 516.


nia’s advocates will work alongside women offering:

  • Support with accessing substance use and health services
  • Assistance with accessing housing advice and welfare benefits/entitlements
  • Support to access education, training and employment
  • Options and advocacy to support with exiting prostitution

Our advocacy service is woman-led and the above list is not exhaustive.

The Anita Project – COMING SOON – additional support for women in prostitution in Waltham Forest, Redbridge, Barking and Dagenham with problematic substance use, in indoor prostitution and Romanian women.


We offer a variety of workshops and drop in’s throughout the year, please check news and events for up to date information.

Specialist Refuge

nia offers refuge to women who often cannot access or have been excluded from other refuge provision.

We specialise in providing refuge for women with problematic substance use, whether drugs, alcohol or a mixture of both, and women who are involved in prostitution or other forms of sexual exploitation.

accessing our services

You can access our service if you are a women over the age of 18, currently involved in prostitution in London. You can refer yourself, or you can be referred by an agency.

Useful resources

other support

Based in North East London, nia work with women and girls who have experienced domestic and sexual violence. If you are not eligible for our services, there are other organisations who can help you.

I am extremely grateful for the refuge and the staff, especially my key-worker as they have helped change my life immensely for the better, I really don’t know where I would have been now, had I not taken this step and moved into the refuge. So thank you so much to all the staff and for the support, love, care and even the new skills I’ve achieved here at the refuge in a very short space of time.”

Our quality marks

Rape Crisis national service standards - Rape Crisis professionally approved
Advice Quality Standard
Safe Lives Leading Lights 2019 accreditation
Women's Aid national standard of quality 2018
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