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Everyman Project

EVERYMAN PROJECT is a voluntary, charitable organisation based in London which offers a range of support services for men who want to stop behaving violently or abusively, and for the people affected by their violence or abuse. These include a focused brief counselling programme, a partner support programme, providing information and advice on the telephone. Everyman Project relies on volunteers to support the organisation and provide the one-to-one counselling. All volunteers engaging with telephone and face-to-face clients receive clinical supervision on a regular basis.

1B Waterlow Road, Archway, London, N19 5NJ
Area serviced:
0207 263 8884 (helpline and office)
020 7737 6747
Opening times:
Mon 11am-3pm, Wed and Thurs 11am-6pm
Who is it for:
We are a national helpline for anyone concerned about a man's violence - including themselves. Age from 18 years, men only. Appointment only.
Disabled access:
Wheelchair access
£15 for initial assessment interview. £20 - £30 per session for other sessions, open to negotiation. A concessionary rate of £10 for the unemployed.
How to apply:
Self-referral only. Referral by telephone and letter. Once you have contacted us we will send you an assessment form.
43,134 and 263
Archway Station -Northern Line

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