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New Advice Outreach Hubs across the borough of Greenwich offer you the chance to get the right support, when and where you need it. Face-to-face advice is available for Royal Greenwich residents at our outreach advice hubs. Participating organisations are Welfare Rights Service (for benefits advice), Citizens Advice (for debt and generalist advice), Plumstead Law Centre (for immigration advice) and Greenwich Housing Rights (for housing advice). So, whether you need help managing your finances, your immigration status, or want to know what benefits you are…
Equitable House, 7General Gordon SquareWoolwichLondonSE18 6FH
People with a learning disability in Greenwich have said they can feel scared, intimidated and unsafe when out in the community and do not know where to go for help if they need it. The Safe Places scheme means that people with a learning disability can easily identify a safe place to go to if they are feeling at risk and need help. Places in the community such as shops, cafes, pubs and community buildings sign up to be a safe place and display a sticker in their window. People with a learning disability sign up to the scheme and get a Safe Place card that they will show to the Safe Place if they…
Defiance WalkWoolwich DockyardLondonSE18 5QL
The project aims to provide exciting opportunities for the elderly to meet, relax with friends and neighbours. It will also serve as a break to the boredom experienced by these elderly due to isolation and loneliness. Isolation and loneliness is a very big issue among the BME elderly in the area and most times lead to bad physical and mental health. Sign posting for the elderly health and relevant issues
Watch out for these fake TV Licensing emails. We’ve seen a sharp increase in reports about fake TV Licensing emails claiming to offer refunds. The emails state that the refund cannot be processed due to “invalid account details”. The links provided in the emails lead to phishing websites designed to steal personal and financial details. Always question unsolicited requests for your personal or financial information in case it’s a scam. Never automatically click on a link in an unexpected email or text.
The Asda Community programme is here to help make the community around our store a better place to live, work and grow up in. Every Monday from 11am until 12pm is quiet hour in Asda Charlton. You will be able to complete your shopping in a calm environment that is friendly to people with dementia for example.
Promoting equality, diversity and inclusion Established in 1992, the Charlton Athletic Race and Equality Partnership (CARE) uses sports and arts to build links within communities. It creates fun and informal platforms for interaction and communication between groups and individuals who might not otherwise have normally associated with each other - helping to build positive relationships and a sense of community. The project is now managed by Charlton Athletic Community Trust. It is directed by an advisory group, which is jointly chaired by…
40Barnard Road, Bowthorpe Employment AreaNorwichNorfolkNR5 9JB
The Carelink24 Alarm can provide peace of mind for you and your family. We are a national provider of a high-quality Carelink alarm service with a 24-hour response team on hand to help you, or your loved ones, any time they need it. For many elderly or vulnerable people
Crown Industrial Estate71-73 Nathan WayThamesmeadLondonSE28 0BQ
Caring Lane is a domiciliary care provider for Greenwich, Southwark and Bexley Boroughs of London. Our team of registered nurses, healthcare assistants and community support workers aim to work openly with clients and their families to deliver the best-personalised care. We offer care services for the elderly and adults with physical or mental impairment from one hour, a full 24 hours or full-time live-in care. If you are in need of a helping hand, get in touch with us today.
114-116Plumstead High StreetLondonSE18 1SJ
CESI is a charitable organisation established in 2007 in response to the needs of the Nepalese Community within the Royal Borough of Greenwich, London. The overall aim of this project is to facilitate the integration of the Nepalese community people into the Royal Borough of Greenwich broader community through targeted support to enhance employability skills, help increase access to local level services including health services provided by the statutory and voluntary organizations. The project also aims to reduce isolation of the elderly people.…
4 Narrow Boat CloseLondonSE28 0HZ
Our primary goal is creating stable families as a result of training and education for women on marital and family health issues that generates sustainable marital union and the overall family health and well-being. Our overall aim is achieving stable and balanced families that generate stable societies with children/youths less prone to anti-social behaviours and moral decadence.