Housing Advice Services since 1925
Closure. We are sorry to inform you that Women's Link has closed and the housing advice service is no longer available.
Appointments can be made any way that suits you. You can call, e-mail, send back the tear off on our leaflet or ask your advisor at another agency to call on your behalf. For a first appointment you have up to an hour in which to meet with an advisor. You will get the chance to find out more about the service and give some background on your idea and the help you are looking for. You needn’t bring anything with you in terms of samples or written ideas, although you can if you wish!
This website is a tribute to all of the woman who put in the hard work and gave not only housing advice, but friendshop and help in difficult times. It was a great charity
Keeping gender on the agenda over child sexualisation
Women's Link Annual Report
Need a place to live leaflet
Anyone who has watched a music video or gazed idly at a television or magazine advert featuring women over the past few years would hardly fail to notice that overtly sexual imagery seems omnipresent in our culture.
Social landlords fear the government’s £1.8 billion affordable rent programme will be delayed because contracts have not yet been issued.
The time can also be used for more practical purposes, for example, structure a plan for carrying out market research, develop a research questionnaire or guidance on completing pre start grant applications.
Aims & Objectives: By the end of the course participants will be able to:
• Describe negative blocks and habits that stop them moving forward
• Learn to accept themselves
• Apply techniques learned to release anger & resentments
• Identify areas for improvement
• Construct a Life Action Plan
• Seek out learning opportunities
• Plan time effectively
• Develop skills to help career development
• Identify and use course techniques to behave in a confident manner
• Go towards achieving their dreams
Threshold Housing Advice Barnet Centre gives advice on housing law
" . . .patient and informative . . . professional, calm and ca ring when dealing with the adjuster and me. She understood that I had no earthly idea on what the process was and explained everything I questioned with a pleasant composure. If these two women are examples of your entire staff, you and your company are blessed to have efficient, kind and intelligent professionals working for you." Floresa WIlliams, The Liberation Project, Inc.
Women missing out on business opportunities
WOMEN could be missing out on business as men beat them when it comes to online professional networking. Research from LinkedIN shows that more men use professional social network following bayla shoes supporting women in the UK sites and they have more professional connections than women.
“The meetings have been really helpful. Even if I haven’t had any specific questions/ needs before going to the meetings, I have always come out feeling positive and having reignited my drive to have a go at really making it work! Thanks”
New 'Get Ahead' job club opening in Dorking » Housing
There is now help for Mole Valley Housing Association residents who are currently unemployed or looking for a new career or training opportunities.
“I thoroughly enjoyed my time at Enterprising Women. It was motivational and I never felt any pressure to come up with the goods. It was wonderful to be given the space to investigate my idea and my advisor was very helpful in this process”
and Nominated for Best Practice Award 2006
Nine ways to set up your practice to combat domestic violence
Professor Gene Feder and Dr Alex Sohal talk through the systems every practice should have in place
Womens Link is regularly updated with quality articles on anything women related.
Depending on the popularity of the course, your name may be placed on a waiting list, but we’ll endeavour to get you on a course as soon as possible. Please be advised that returning an application doesn’t guarantee you a place, we will contact you with details when we can offer you a place.