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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
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…
The Woolwich Centre35 Wellington StreetLondonSE18 6HQ
The Contact Assessment Team is the first point of contact for all callers and referrals to Health & Adults Services. This includes those with a physical disability, sensory impairment, learning disability and carers. During this contact the caller will be screened for eligibility to services using the FACS criteria (Fair Access to Care Services). The Royal Borough of Greenwich provides services to those of substantial or critical need.
20 Egerton DriveGreenwichSE10 8JS
The Deborah Ubee Trust aims to promote emotional health by provide counselling and one to one therapy for individuals, couples and groups who are otherwise unable to access it, within the London boroughs of Greenwich, Lewisham, Bexley, Bromley, Lambeth, Southwark, Newham and Tower Hamlets. We also aim to provide training in counselling and access to a range of holistic treatments, and to raise awareness on mental health issues. The service is for all ages and for all issues.
DAS is an out of hours service providing additional access to emergency support and care available for women and children when normal statutory and voluntary services are closed. The DAS provides move on accommodation and specialist on-going support for all vulnerable women and children and those from Black, Asian and other ethinc backgrounds affected by domestic abuse. Out of Hours Times: 5pm on week days until 9;00am 24 hours on Saturday and Sunday 24 hours on public…
GDVA provides safe and secure temporary accommodation for women and for children fleeing domestic violence in or outside their homes. Provides outreach support, general advice and information, counselling service and specific services for children living in the refuge. We aim to increase public awareness of domestic abuse so that the norm in our society is to recognise and challenge abusive behaviour. We’ll do this by providing information and support, by training professionals on how to provide and signpost support, and by using our resources to provide…
Room 133&133A Island Business CentreWellington StreetWoolwichEnglandSE18 6PF
Are you concerned about racism? Greenwich Inclusion project is here to help. Free advice and support to deal with any form of racism. Chances to tell politicians and public officers about how to make their services right for you and your community. Inspiring talks and events to celebrate those that have stood up to racisim. Expert advice on creating "best practice" in education, health, housing, employment, youth work and advice design to promote inclusion. Access to toolkits for social change to…