The Beth Centre

The Beth Centre was set up in January 2014 and is a safe and confidential space providing expert support for women at risk of, or affected by the criminal justice system living in Lambeth. We aim to reduce re-offending rates; increase positive familial relationships and increase the use of community sentences, rather than custody, for women.


We have full time Case Management Workers with specialisms in substance misuse; release from prison; mental health; exiting prostitution; domestic violence and parenting. Case Managers provide support based on women’s individual needs. This support can be providing advice, advocacy and support around:

  • Housing
  • Welfare Benefits
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Finances
  • Substance Misuse
  • Health
  • Parenting Support
  • Court
  • Leaving Prison
  • Exiting prostitution

We have a Peer Mentoring Co-ordinator who supports a bank of 15 peer mentors. Peer Mentors provide goal orientated support, focusing on increasing the woman’s confidence and independence.


The centre has fully furnished one to one assessment space, access to computers and the internet. There is also a comprehensive group workshop timetable, where women can be creative, learn independent living skills and increase positive social networks.


Hudson House
1 Stockwell Green

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Agencies can make a referral by completing our referral form and sending it to:

Or call us for a referral form: 0203 869 2170

Lambeth women can self-refer by calling us or dropping in on Wednesdays between 10am-4pm or Fridays between 1pm-4pm


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