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LB Greenwich - Housing Aid Centre

Advice on housing issues for private tenants, owner occupiers and registered social landlord tenants. Subjects covered include mortgage arrears, rent arrears, fair rents, disrepair and security of tenure.

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Royal Borough Greenwich - Welfare Rights Service

Welfare benefit take-up campaigns, publicity, information and training. Advises council departments on anti-poverty issues. Monitors social security legislation. Telephone advice line for the Greenwich Borough residents Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 10am - 1pm.

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Storkway Children's Centre

Support & services for families expecting a baby, & with children under 5. Support for parents of children with emotional difficulties/special needs, including children & parents play sessions (Play and Stay). Information & advice sessions on a range of topics. Advice on health care & child development. Services for teenage parents. Courses for parents/carers. Creche facilities.

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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.

Greenwich Time to Talk

Part of a national programme called Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT), this service offers support for people (16+) experiencing mild to moderate depression and/or anxiety either living in or registered with a Greenwich Borough GP. Offering free psychological treatment (in line with the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines for anxiety and depression) these include Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT), guided self-help and counselling to help people learn ways to help themselves and to feel more able to cope with their conditions. They also have a referral pathway for people living with a long term conditions. Please note, due to COVID-19 all appointments are either via telephone or virtual via video calls.

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Waterloo Community Counselling

Low Cost Counselling Services offers accessible, affordable counselling to people living in London. Clients can access counselling from 18 weeks up to 2 years. There is a sliding sale of charges, starting at £20. We do also provide a concessionary rate for those in receipt of benefits. The Multi-Ethnic Counselling Service provides time-limited, mother tongue and culturally sensitive counselling via language counsellors for 6-12 weeks. Multi-Ethnic Counselling Service works with refugees, asylum-seekers, migrant referrals, and people who may not be entitled to access statutory services beyond primary care.

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Irish Community Services in South East London (Greenwich, Bexley, Lewisham & Kent)

Range of services for predominantly but not exclusively the Irish Community in South East London. We offer Advice and advocacy for all. Our Elders advice project can help with housing, benefits, pensions, debt, employment and returning to Ireland. Older people's outreach and telephone befriending service. There is a Weekly Socials Program of activities including a Community Online, Walking Groups, Games Club, Support Groups, Tea Cake Club, a lunch club and more. We have a Carers support services and welcome new volunteers.

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Carers' Support (Bexley)

Advice, support and information for carers and those they care for, including advice on welfare benefits, help with claiming benefits and completing forms. Respite care support. One-to-one emotional support for carers. Support Groups. Counselling service. Support Workers who can help with things like shopping, light housework, sitting service, etc (the Support Worker Service is a paid for service, all other services are free of charge)

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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 open and available for patients, family members and carers. We are also happy to be contacted by phone or email. 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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Greenwich Mencap

Services for people with a learning disability in the London Borough of Greenwich. Family adviser service provides information and guidance for people with learning disabilities, their parents and carers, including benefits information and support with form filling. Services for members include a monthly newsletter and social activities.

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