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CGL - Drug and Alcohol Service - Bromley (London Road)

Advice, information and counselling for alcohol / drug users. Complementary therapies. Needle exchange. Support for drug users involved in the criminal justice system. Relapse prevention group.

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St Christopher’s Candle Child Bereavement Service

Bereavement counselling for children, young people and families. Individual and group counselling. Self-help groups for parents. Training and consultancy for parents and professionals around bereavement issues. Telephone support to anyone who has been bereaved

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Cruse Bereavement Care - Bexley and Bromley

Counselling and Support Groups for bereaved people. Volunteers meet with clients at Queen Mary's Hospital and if required at a venue in Bromley and also offer a two hour weekly call-in session at the United Reformed Church in Geddes Place, Bexleyheath (near the Clock Tower) Counselling available for bereaved children. There are two bereavement support groups held once a month on a Wednesday evening between 7pm and 9pm in Bromley and Erith (Suspended during Covid 19, please phone/email for up to date information). Additional Walk and Talk bereavement support group meets every Tuesday morning at 10am in the car park of the Stables Restaurant in Danson Park, Bexley. Due to Covid 19 we are currently only offering a telephone bereavement support service and all face to face meetings and groups have been suspended until further notice.

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African Advocacy Foundation

Advocacy, education and support for African refugees and asylum seekers. Family support. Education and mentoring for young people, including CV preparation, help with job applications, interview skills, jobsearch. IT courses, literacy and numeracy classes.

Waterloo Community Counselling

General counselling usually for 18 weekly sessions, which can be extended for up to 2 years. Sliding sale of charges, starting at £15 per session for those in receipt of benefits. Multi-ethnic counselling service provides mother tongue and culturally sensitive counselling via language counsellors or interpreters for 12 weeks. Multi-ethnic counselling service works with BAME and migrant referrals, and people who may not be entitled to access statutory services beyond primary care.

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Bromley Gypsy/Traveller Project

Advice, information, and support for the Gypsy and Traveller communities. Areas covered include welfare benefits, housing rights and homelessness, money/debt, health improvement programmes & advice, education, advocacy and the law. Cultural awareness training for other agencies.

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Dimbleby Cancer Care

If you’re affected by cancer, Dimbleby Cancer Care can offer you high quality information and support. We offer a range of information on all aspects of living with cancer along with psychological support, complementary therapies (including clinical aromatherapy, massage and reflexology plus relaxation and stress management workshops), support groups and a benefits advice service. Due to COVID 19 some of our usual services might not be available or have changed. The Information drop-in service is currently only open and available for patients attending the Cancer Centre for treatment or an prearranged outpatient appointment, but are providing a telephone service. Psychological and Complementary Therapy outpatient services are open and offer an appointment based system by NHS video link or telephone. Face to face therapy is offered only in certain circumstances where patients are unable to access remote services. Eligibility criteria applies for our appointment based services, please contact us for further information. All of our areas are fully accessible for disabled patients and carers.

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Dimbleby Macmillan Support Centre (Formerly Douglas Macmillan Cancer Information Centre)

DUE TO THE COVID-19 VIRUS THE DROP-IN SERVICE IS CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE BUT WE ARE ABLE TO PROVIDE TELEPHONE SUPPORT. If you are affected by cancer, the Dimbleby Macmillan Support Centre can offer you high quality cancer information and support. We offer a range of information on all aspects of living with cancer along with psychological support, complementary therapies, workshops, support groups and signposting to benefits advice services Due to COVID 19 some of our usual services might not be available or may have changed The information drop-in service is currently available on an appointment only basis, but we are providing a telephone service. You can speak with an information nurse specialist by telephoning Dimbleby Cancer Care at Guy’s Cancer Centre (0207 188 5918). Eligibility criteria applies for our appointment based services, please contact us for further information. All of our areas are fully accessible for disabled patients and carers.

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Headway SE London and NW Kent

Social rehabilitation centres at shrewsbury house and Deptford and community support programme for people with acquired brain injuries. Activities include communication skills, literacy and numeracy, pottery, arts and crafts. Carers evening held first Wed evening of each month. Early Intervention Project in partnership with Kings College Hospital

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JusB

JusB is an independent community based charity serving young people in Bromley. JusB was established in August 2003 with the vision of providing a brighter future for young people in Bromley. By accompanying young people through thick and thin on their journey to independence, JusB helps young people to: Develop their identity and self-esteem. Avoid involvement in crime and anti-social behaviour. Discover new skills and talents. Live in harmony within their local community. JusB has a number of approaches to meeting these objectives since our beginning and has served in excess of 12,000 young people in Bromley. We achieve these objectives by being a place where young people can meet and socialise safely, discuss any issues they have with well trained youth workers and running several projects including our music studio, outreach work, homework and holiday clubs as well as Youth Volunteering schemes and special projects.

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