The list below is displaying City of London Advisers. There are 28 results, this is page 1 of 3.

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.

Tommy's

Information for parents, parents-to-be and medical professionals on pregnancy health issues and reducing the risks of problems during pregnancy and birth. We are the largest charity funding research into the causes of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth.

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City Advice

Free advice on a range of issues including legal issues, welfare benefits, housing, employment, consumer rights, relationships, health and wellbeing and debt. Offer health signposting service.

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Jobcentre Plus - City

Combined jobsearch and benefits service for people of working age. Personal advisers assist with jobsearch activities and benefits claims. Access to Jobpoint terminals for information on job vacancies. Part of the Department for Work and Pensions' Jobcentre Plus network.

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Smokefree City & Hackney

An NHS local authority-funded stop smoking service for adults (18+) who live work or study in Hackney or the City of London or who are registered with a Hackney or City GP. We are a stop smoking service providing advice and medication for adults in Hackney and City of London who wish to stop smoking. Last year we supported 1350 people to quit smoking. For professionals to make a referral: smokefreecityandhackney.org/referral To self-refer: Contact us — Smokefree City & Hackney (smokefreecityandhackney.org)

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Camden, City, Islington and Westminster Bereavement Service

Bereavement counselling for adults living or working in Camden and Islington. People with a GP in these boroughs can be seen for free for short-term therapy/counselling. People Out of Borough, i.e. Westminster, City, Haringey, etc., can be seen through our low cost service. (Currently all our counsellors are working on-line either using phone or video-link – we are not seeing any clients face-to-face)

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City of London - Children and Families Team

First point of contact for a range of social work support for adults, children and families, asylum seekers and hospital patients.

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Positive East

We are the largest HIV charity in London, providing services for people living with or affected by HIV. Our main office is in Stepney Green but you can access the services we deliver in many places across East London. Our aim is to be there for you whenever you need information, advice and support. Our HIV prevention service offers free, fast and confidential HIV tests. We offer HIV tests in more places than anyone else in London. Not only that, our trained staff will offer support to help change any behaviour that might put someone at risk of HIV or STI's. Our support services include recently diagnosed support including treatment advice, welfare rights and housing advice over the phone, peer support, support groups, counselling complementary therapies. We offer volunteer opportunities in all our teams.

City of London - Housing Department

Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Housing provided for people considered in priority need of housing. Temporary accommodation may be available while enquiries are made. Tenancy relations service. General housing advice. Advice and assistance for single and non-priority homeless people. Rent deposit scheme.

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Macmillan Toynbee Hall Welfare Rights Service

Welfare benefits advice to people who have a diagnosis of cancer. Includes advice on what benefits and tax credits are available and how to apply, accessing charitable grants, health costs, household/fuel costs, applying for transport concessions.

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