Introduction

Introduction

Organisation Name
One25
Description

One25 works with street-based sex workers, women in the process of exiting such work, and those who have now exited. They offer advice, information, hospitality and friendship. Home, hospital, and prison-visiting available. Help with housing and resettlement, and support in court. Caseworkers available to work with women wanting to make changes.

Van outreach: Mon, Tues, Weds, Thurs, Fri 21.00 to 00.00: hot drinks, sandwiches, condoms and a listening ear in a safe, women-only space.

Drop-In: Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri afternoon 13:00-16:00 at The Grosvenor Centre, a safe women-only space offering hot meals and drinks, condoms, a listening ear, lounge area, shower and washing facilities, videos, books and magazines, and second hand clothes. Regular health and sexual health clinics, drugs advice workers, housing support, police surgery, basic skills, and creative writing.

Foot outreach weekly: condoms, chocolate and a chance to make contact.

Sexual Health Services

PROVIDER SPECIALISMS
 Only organisation in Bristol acting as gate keeper for sexual health of women involved in street sex work
 Working with women involved in street sex work in Bristol for over 20 years
 Outreach 5 nights per week offering advice and signposting, condoms, food and drink, Ugly Mug reporting – currently piloting use of sexual health screening kits
 Drop-in – 4 afternoons per week – currently offering sexual health clinic, GP clinic, advice and signposting, link to specialist casework provision at One25, shower, laundry, hot food, drinks, clothing, creative activities, access to computers, phone and advice, crisis support
 Specialist casework support – drug treatment, criminal justice, violence and abuse, mental health, housing
 Based in central Bristol and meeting needs of 230 women who are involved in street sex work, at risk of street sex work or in the process of exiting from street sex work
 Offering sexual health provision for women involved in street sex work and who are disengaged from mainstream services

OTHER RELEVANT INFORMATION
 Strong reputation locally
 Only specialist provider working exclusively with women involved in street sex work in Bristol
 20 years delivering services in Bristol
 Close working links with sexual health services in Bristol since 1995

Organisation Type
Registered Charity
Alternative names
One25 Project, 125 Project
This organisation provides support around
Personal Health Services Emotional Support Living, Learning, Working
This organisation provides support for
Drug & Alcohol Misuse Women Homeless Offenders/Ex Offenders Survivors Of Abuse Mental Health Issues
Regions
Bristol
Is there a cost for these services?
No
How can people access this service?
Drop-In
Business Hours
MondayFrom 09:30To 16:30
TuesdayFrom 09:30To 16:30
WednesdayFrom 09:30To 16:30
ThursdayFrom 09:30To 16:30
FridayFrom 09:30To 16:30
SaturdayCLOSED
SundayCLOSED
Out of hours answer machine

Primary Organisation Details

Primary Address Details

Address 1
The Grosvenor Centre
Address 2
138a Grosvenor Road
Address 3
St Pauls
Town
Bristol
Postcode
BS2 8YA

Organisation Contact Methods

Telephone

Services

Helpline Details

Will calls I make to this helpline show on my bill?
N/A

Accessibility

General Accessibility

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Access Questions

Are there bus stops nearby?
Approx. distance?
100 yards
Bus numbers?
5
Is there a rail station nearby?
Approx. distance?
15 minutes
Is there a car park nearby?
Approx. distance?
.5 miles
Is there on-street parking in close proximity to the premises?
Approx. distance?

External Access

Are external doors 900mm or more wide with flat thresholds?
On external doors are the handles a contrasting colour and tone to the door?

Internal Access

Is there more than one floor at the premises?
Please supply any further information relevant to your floors

Clients only access the ground floor.

Are there visual alarm systems at the premises?
Do visitors have access to a telephone?
If so, does it have wheelchair access?
Is there provision for assistance dogs? (Water bowl and toilet area)

The nature of the client group makes it very unlikely that clients would have an assistance dog. However, if anyone needing to use our premises had an assistance dog they would be very welcome to bring it and we would make any necessary provision.

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