Ashiana has over thirty years' experience of working with Black, Asian, Minority Ethnic and Refugee (BAMER) adults, children and young people arriving in Sheffield from all over the country and recently arrived from all over the world, fleeing domestic and sexual abuse within a range of multiple perpetrator systems such as forced marriage, human trafficking, gang violence and 'honour'-based violence. We have a vast body of experience of supporting victims suffering the effects of recent and lifelong trauma, from widely different religious, linguistic and geographical communities and experiences and confronted with sharing intimate living spaces at points of crisis and potential breakdown in their lives. Ashiana provides accommodation for BAMER women and children experiencing domestic abuse and those trafficked for the purposes of sexual exploitation and domestic abuse. We also support male and female vicitms of human trafficking in the UK on an outreach basis.
We offer confidential and culturally specific advice, support and information to our clients.
The strategic management and overall responsibility of the organisation lies with the Board of Directors.
Although we are based in Sheffield we provide support for BAMER women and children in England, Wales and Scotland. If you require and advice, or support please contact us through our helpline or by email.