Working in partnership with other agencies and service providers has important benefits. The most obvious is the ability to take therapeutic services into hostels and day centres to make them easily accessible.  Working closely with the staff of a partner organisation ensures that women can get support with current practical problems whilst gaining an understanding of how past experiences have influenced their decisions and choices.

Currently Street Talk is providing services in partnership with:

St Mungo’s hostels for homeless people
Hibiscus Women’s Centre

Day centre for vulnerable women including those who have
been trafficked or who have been in the criminal justice system.

WiSER Project in partnership with Solace

Serving women affected by violence against women and girls (VAWG) who find it difficult to access/engage with support and who are facing severe and multiple disadvantage.


Day centre for homeless people including women in street prostitution in Lambeth.

Medaille Trust

Hostel for women who have escaped from traffickers.

HM Prison Bronzefield

Referring women to Street Talk at the point when they leave prison.

Kings Cross Drop-in

Evening drop-in service for women in street prostituion, Kings Cross.

If you are from an organisation working with women in street based prostitution or women who have been the victims of trafficking and are interested in working in partnership with Street Talk please contact us.