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Belvedere Community CentreMitchell CloseBelvedereDA17 6AA
Support young people from the BME by developing their skills, capacities and capabilities. Advance education and Provide recreational and leisure time activities. We are a local approach to cross policy for young people and bring them together with youth related policy makers, and set out shared vision for how young people will be supported to make responsible and active citizens and to improve their lives, and family cohesion. Active Horizons seeks to meet the changing needs of young people, particularly from the BME, migrant and refugee communities, by assisting them in…
Flat 4, 46 Comedale RoadGreenwichSE10 0LG
To help prepare and encourage young people and adults from the African community to integrate into British Society without any barriers. To support them in crisis. To contribute to the local area and African community development.
Defiance WalkWoolwich Dockyard EstateLondonLondonSE18 5QL
Ajoda Community Alliance runs a one- day, weekly luncheon club, for the elderly African and Afro Caribbean, aged 65 and above living in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. The project involves holding a weekly, two hours luncheon club. This will help to improve their well- being to develop new relationships. We provide food and refreshments, indoor games, quiz, music and talks from different people on a variety of topics of interest to elderly people.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a free self-help group. Its '12 step' programme involves getting sober with the help of regular support groups. Please see our website for further information.
Wolsley HouseWolsley CloseCrayfordKentDA1 4BE
To support people with dementia and other forms of memory loss and their carers
21Arsenal WayLondonSE18 6TE
CGL BaSIS is a brief and short intervention service and supports people who are not dependent drinkers and drug users. A lot of people across all ages and social boundaries use alcohol and drugs. You may be concerned about how much your alcohol or drug use has been creeping up, or you might feel that you are no longer in control of it and that it is affecting your decision making. Maybe you have had a recent scare due to your drug and/or alcohol use. As long as you either live, work or study in Greenwich and are over 18 years old, BaSIS is there to…
Deafblind UkCygnet RoadHamptonPeterboroughPE7 8FD
Deafblind UK’s vision is that people who have a combined sight and hearing loss should have the same rights, access and opportunities as others. Deafblind UK is a membership organisation of, and governed by, people who are deafblind or have both a sight.
Key CloseWhitechapelLondonE1 4HG
DeafPLUS is a registered medium-sized charity and company limited by guarantee working to encourage integration and equality between deaf and hearing people in all areas of life. Information, Advice and Advocacy Personal support and development Training in Deaf and hard of hearing issues Lipreading and Hearing loss rehabilitation Equipment assessment and fitting BME and DeafBlind support Art, leisure and social activities IT training and internet access Employment…
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.
180Eltham High StreetElthamLondonSE9 1BJ
Greenwich Stroke Club is a support group for stroke survivors and their carers living in or around the Royal Borough of Greenwich. We hold fortnightly meetings at St Mary's Community Centre. Our programme includes socials, quizzes and exercises. Occasionally we also organise outings to places of interest. If you are interested in the group we would love to hear from you.