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Alfriston Day Centre

Day centre for older people with lunch every weekday for £7.50. Chair based keep fit exercises, quizzes, bingo and entertainment. Transport provided to and from the centre, and for outings and entertainments. Holidays. Part of the Kaleidoscope Project. Our Sevices include Shopping/Delivery, Prescription Pick-up, Hearing Aid Batteries, Laundry, Crisis Support, and Technology Support.

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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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Cranstoun

We offer a range of treatment and recovery services across the UK, including residential detox services; community-based outreach, treatment, recovery and support services; supported housing and recovery projects; specialist services for young people, and families and carers, and domestic abuse services.

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Kingston upon Thames Association for the Blind

The Kingston upon Thames Association for the Blind (KAB) was established over fifty years ago, promoting the interests of blind and partially sighted people living in The Royal Borough of Kingston Upon Thames. They work closely with the Local Authority, including Sight and Hearing Service. KAB also supports the weekly Kingston Talking Newspaper, as well as local groups such as the Surbiton and Malden and Coombe Blind Clubs, Social Eyes, Eye Contact, Ten Pin Bowling and Lawn Bowls. It also has an Eye Buddy Scheme that matches volunteers to blind and partially sighted people. There is also the Tandem Scheme. They always require additional volunteers from ad hoc help with small tasks i.e sewing, accompanying on one off day trips or exhibition to regular home visit. Membership is free and is open to both visually impaired people residing within the borough or anyone that is interested with their wellbeing.

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Kingston Women's Centre

One to one counselling focused on women’s issues

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Kingston Carers’ Network

Advice, support and information for carers. Community support worker for carers from minority ethnic communities and for carers of people with mental health problems. Support groups for carers. Young carers project for under 18s. Community support workers for adult carers. We offer carers a range of services including the following: Advice on a wide range of issues including benefits, allowances and carers’ rights / Help to access benefits including appeals / Advocacy to access services and support / Emotional support / Support groups and meetings / Regular newsletters and bulletins / Support to have your say / Social activities and outings / Consultation with carers / Complementary therapies / Wellbeing project to support carers looking for work, training or education opportunities / Counselling / Young Carers Project.

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South London Tamil Welfare Group

Centre for the Tamil community. Older people's support service. Family support service. Training and employment support service. Advice, advocacy and information on immigration, housing, education, employment, welfare benefits and health. Family learning programme. Support service for children aged 0-5, supplementary school.

EACH Counselling & Support

Create Wellness – Group Programmes and Counselling: Group programmes are offered from the Ealing office around topics such as recovery, abstinence, and sexual identity. Individuals can self-fund or be funded through their local authority services. A paid counselling service is offered in Ealing, and is open to individuals from all London boroughs. / Project STRIDE: A free Employment, Training, and Education project available to residents of Brent, Ealing and Harrow. / Ascent – Women’s service: Free counselling and groups support around Domestic & Sexual Violence for residents of Hounslow, Wandsworth, Merton, Richmond, Kingston, Brent & Harrow. / Pukaar – Women’s service: Free counselling and group support around Domestic & Sexual Violence for residents of Hillingdon. Counselling is offered in a variety of community languages including Dari, Pashto, Urdu and English. / Floating Support Services - Ealing: Free service for Ealing residents, providing assistance with housing issues and other related issues such as debt management, bill payment etc. / Brent Youth Offenders Service: Referrals through Brent Probation Services. For Brent residents only / Connect and Change: A free counselling and group mental health service for individuals from the BME communities of Brent. For Brent residents only. / Tamil Mental Health Project: counselling and group support for members of the Tamil community in Hillingdon experiencing mental health issues linked to trauma and experiences of the Sri Lankan conflict. / The Jasmine Project: women’s project offering counselling and group support for residents of Ealing. Specialisms in working with women who have multiple issues such as trauma, mental health, domestic violence and problematic drug and alcohol use.

Shooting Star Children’s Hospices

Shooting Star Children’s Hospices supports babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families, across London and Surrey. Our bespoke support is free of charge to families and includes a comprehensive range of therapies and support groups for the whole family, specialist nursing care and respite at our hospices, symptom management, end-of-life care and bereavement support.

South West London Law Centres - Kingston

Legal Advice in evenings on Employment/ Small Claims/ Crime/ Consumer/ Family/ General Contract and Litigation/ Immigration/ Personal Injury/ Community Care - In the day on Debt/ Housing/ Community Care