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Grace Organisation

Day centre for older and vulnerable people. Provide lunch (£5 per day), day care services including exercise classes and recreational and creative activities. Transport provided to and from the centre

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Relate Mediation London North East

Family mediation for couples who are divorcing or separating. Deal with issues relating to children, property and finance.

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Enfield Racial Equality Council

Advice, support and information for people experiencing racial discrimination and harassment, particularly in the areas of employment, housing, social services, health and education. Promote equal opportunities and work to eliminate discrimination.

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Jobcentre Plus - Edmonton

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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Every Parent & Children

Advice, support and advocacy for families of children with special educational needs. Help liaise with schools and local education authorities. Support with identifying needs and getting assessments. Exclusion and mediation project provides advice, support and advocacy for families of children excluded/at risk of school exclusion. Parenting/skills training.

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North London Samaritans

Telephone helpline (116 123) operating 24 hours a day offering emotional support for anyone in crisis. Offers a listening and befriending service to people who are isolated, feel in despair or who are suicidal. We are currently unable to accept visitors at our branch. National Samaritans number (116 123) can also put callers through to their nearest unengaged branch.

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Jobcentre Plus - Enfield

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 no job vacancies. Part of the Department for Work and Pensions' Jobcentre Plus network.

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Service for Adolescents and Families in Enfield (SAFE)

Mental health support for young people aged 13-18 who are experiencing a crisis (eg self harm, suicide attempts, anorexia, behavioural difficulties). Individual therapies, family therapy, consultation for professionals. Multi-disciplinary team including psychiatrists, clinical and educational psychologists, psychotherapists, social work therapists, mental health workers and a specialist nurse.

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EAWA – Your Care Our Priority

EAWA is a registered charity that provides services in the Health and Social Care field. We were established in 1998. Our Mission is: To support, empower, and enrich the lives of Older Members in the Community. At the core of our organisation is our Day Care Centre for Asian elderly people. It has a mixed client group ranging from isolated/frail to more in ‘need of care’ and those with dementia. We provide: Yoga and chair based exercise / Seated Qi Gong/Tai Chi / Dance/A hot lunch (Indian vegetarian) / Indian head massage and reflexology / Flower arranging / Toe nail cutting / Transport to and from the Centre / Workshops on healthy eating and well-being / Christmas/Diwali/Eid parties, and summer outings / A knitting circle, arts and crafts, singing, and much more / Socialising with those living locally / Respite for carers. EAWA also runs a number of projects open to all communities, including Membership Club. These services provided from Wheatsheaf Hall, Main Avenue, Bush Hill Park, EN1 1DS, and the EAWA Social Hub in Edmonton Green Library and Online every Thursday and Friday.

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Pursuing Independent Paths

Opportunities for adults with learning difficulties to develop independent skills. Promotes self-advocacy through educational training, work experience, travel training and discussion groups.