Redbridge Equalities and Community Council
Gants Hill United Reformed Church
39 Woodford Avenue
Public phone: 020 8551 8178 / Hate Crime Hotline phone (6pm-midnight): 07847829991
Website URL: http://www.redbridgeequalities.org.uk
Service offered: Advice, advocacy and support for victims of hate crime and those who have experienced discrimination and harassment. Hate crime hotline 6pm - 12 midnight 7 nights a week. Home visits when appropriate. Outreach general advice surgeries to marginalized and vulnerable communities
Target group: People who have experienced hate crime, discrimination and harassment. People who may not know their rights or how to access benefits, housing, work
Area served: Redbridge.
How to contact: Phone, email or write.
Office Hours: Irregular but telephone for appointments. Office available on phone (including answerphone when all officers out)
Wheelchair access: Yes - limited
Accessible toilets: Yes
Access notes: Steps at entrance. Use of more accessible premises can be arranged in advance. Home visits for people unable to attend the office. Our public meetings will be in accessible buildings
Languages other than English: Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi, Urdu, Romanian and access to interpreters.
Charity number: 1002357
Year established: 1969
Staffing: 5 part time staff + volunteers.
Public transport: Gants Hill train station - 5 minutes walk. Buses 123 + 179 from Ilford stop almost outside – from the other direction, opposite
Record last checked: 28 September 2017