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Anti-Bullying Alliance is a unique coalition of organisations and individuals, working together to achieve our vision to: stop bullying and create safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn. We welcome membership from any organisation or individual that supports this vision and support a free network of thousands of schools and colleges. The ABA has three main areas of work: Supporting learning and sharing best practice through membership;…
Floors 1 and 2135-143 Eltham High StreetElthamLondonSE9 1TJ
Time to Talk provides counselling services for people aged 16 and above living in the borough of Greenwich with common concerns such as anxiety or depression. There are times when everyone feels stressed or unhappy. Generally these bad times pass, but sometimes there are problems that do not go away and things get harder and harder. One in four people can feel this way at some point in their life.Talking about your problems can really help
Headscape is a website that has been developed by Oxleas for young people who live in Greenwich. Headscape provides quizzes that help you find useful information and resources about mental health. If things seem really tough we will recommend that you get in touch so that we might be able to help. If you do get in touch, your information will be shared with mental health professionals for care and treatment.
Defiance Walk,ElthamSE18 5QL
Women's advice and support agency for women of Greenwich, providing crisis support for women experience domestic and sexual abuse, or for women needing urgent practical advice, as well as support groups, counselling and training. All our services are free. They offer free and confidential advocacy, counselling, weekly drop in, advice and training in the following areas: Domestic abuse & violence Rape & sexual abuse Young women’s relationship abuse Legal issues…
Provides safe, secure temporary accommodation, floating support and children's services to women and children escaping domestic violence and abuse. Family support and parenting programmes where domestic violence is an issue as well as other problems including alcohol, substance misuse and mental health.
Midwives in the Maternity Service at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Trust make routine inquiries regarding domestic Abuse (DA) when women access the service. This enables identification of where DA is occuring and an appropriate response or referral-on. It is a particularly important service given women's increased risk of DA during pregnancy.
Men’s Advice Line Help and support for male victims of domestic abuse with a focus is to increase safety (and the safety of their children). Advisors offer a confidential, non-judgemental listening space giving emotional support, practical advice and signposting to specialist services. Advice and support is available to men affected by domestic violence and abuse, concerned family members and friends as well as frontline workers. Contact: 0808 801 0327 (Mon & Wed 9.00am – 8pm and Tue,…