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ChildLine

Helpline for children and young people in danger or distress. Telephone counselling for any child with any problem. Provides support and advice and refers children in danger to appropriate helping agencies.

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Women's Resource Centre

Membership organisation that co-ordinates and supports voluntary and community projects working for and with women. Information, training, development support and policy consultation for the non-profit sector. Tapered membership fee according to size and annual income.

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Islington SENDIAS

The Service provides free, legally based, impartial, confidential and accessible information, advice and support on all matters relating to special educational needs and disabilities (SEND). We offer: Information and advice, either face to face, by telephone or electronically. Help with preparing for meetings with schools, colleges and the Local Authority. Support to express your views and wishes. Information, advice, and support on all education, health and social care matters. Help with writing letters, reports and filling in forms. Help to complete SEN-related paperwork such as requests for EHC assessment, Education, Health and Care Plans (EHCPs). Information about local and national services and help with making referrals to services. Information, advice and support to help resolve conflicts and disagreements e.g. with schools, colleges and the Local Authority. Help with paperwork for Disability related welfare benefits including Disability Living Allowance (DLA). Advice on Health & Social Care, Personal Budgets, the law on SEN & Disability. The Islington service was previously delivered by Centre 404 but is now delivered by Family Action.

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Consortium for Therapeutic Communities

Membership organisation for professionals working in therapeutic communities. Aims to develop the therapeutic community approach to psychiatric care and social services for people with mental health problems. Produces online directory of therapeutic communities.

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London Lesbian and Gay Switchboard

Helpline for lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, trans people and anyone concerned about their sexuality. Information, support and referral service. Details of entertainment venues, social groups, befriending groups, support groups, special interest groups (political, recreational etc), HIV/AIDS and sexual health services, homophobia.

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Training Link

Basic skills training, including online vocational courses – including Food Safety & Hygiene Level 2, Adult Literacy, ESOL and Job Search Workshops. Open sessions Tuesday (2 to 5) and Thursday (2 to 4). Basic employment advice also available.

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Relate - London North West & Hertfordshire

Service offered: Relationship counselling. Family counselling. Sex therapy. Family mediation. Children counselling. Education and training in schools and the workplace on relationship and communication skills.

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Dementia UK

We know that a diagnosis of dementia can be overwhelming. Our dementia specialist Admiral Nurses are here when people need help. They have the time to listen and the knowledge to solve problems, and are a lifeline for families facing dementia. If you have a question or concern about dementia, including Alzheimer’s disease, call or email our Admiral Nurses for specialist support and advice. Call our Dementia Helpline on 0800 888 6678 or send an email to helpline@dementiauk.org . Admiral Nurses also work in the community, in care homes and in hospitals. To find out if you have an Admiral Nurse service near you, visit: dementiauk.org/get-support/find-an-admiral-nurse/ or call the Helpline.

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The Manna

Drop-in for homeless and marginalised people offering friendship, advice, and front-line support. Clothes store, showers, washing machine & tumble drier (£1 per wash, wi-fi). Various activities, including gardening, art, singing, poetry group, walking and trips/outings.

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Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children

Assessment service for children and young adults aged 2-18 who stammer. Following a specialist assessment, a programme of therapy may be given to a local speech and language therapist to carry out with the child and family. Where more specialist treatment is required and is not available locally, NHS funded treatment may take place at the Michael Palin Centre.

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