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Disability Cambridgeshire

Information, advice and casework for people with disabilities and their carers on a range of disability issues. Subjects covered include equipment, education, training, transport, holidays, leisure, social activities. Help with benefit claims, tribunals and social services complaints. Outreach session at Addenbrooke's Hospital and Ely CAB by appointment.

Mind - Wycombe

Advice and information for people experiencing mental distress. Day centre for people with Care Service Orders (CSOs), with classes including art and IT skills.

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Pay & Employment Rights Service

Telephone advice and information on employment rights, business support. Consultancy service for employers. Training courses.

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St Wilfrid's Centre

Day centre for homeless and vulnerable people including those with mental health needs or who are socially excluded. Food, showers, laundry, clothing. Advice and information, including help with accessing mainstream services. Structured activities including workshop, literacy, art, drama, life skills, computing. Employment support. Skills training for independent living - cooking, budgeting etc.

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Oxfordshire Youth

Mobile information and support service for young people in rural Oxfordshire. Visit villages and help young people obtain information about a range of issues, including health, sexual health, family issues, alcohol and drugs, benefits, employment, training and housing. Visit schools and work with excluded young people and those on the verge of being excluded. Sports and activities.

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Ajani Women and Girls Centre

Information, advice, leisure, educational, personal development and cultural activities for women and girls with African heritage. Educational and personal development classes throughout the week. Groups for girls aged 4-12 and 18+. Groups for women aged 25+, 35+ and 50+, with cultural and social activities. Nursery facilities.

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Youth Advice Centre (YAC)

Housing advice drop-in Monday-Friday 9am-12pm (16-25years old).Drop-in advice Monday-Friday 3pm-6pm (13-25 years old) around a range of areas including mental health and wellbeing, sexual health and benefits and debt. Family mediation – mend and restore communication for 14-18 year olds and their parents /carers.

Oxfordshire Association for the Blind

Resource centre and advice, information, befriending and practical help for visually impaired people. Quarterly newsletter, taped information, Braille and large print services. Recreational activities and holidays. 16 affiliated social clubs. Provide grants and financial assistance. Also provide access and sight awareness training and a hospital advisory service. IT demonstration centre.

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NOAH Enterprise (New Opportunities and Horizons) - Welfare Centre

Range of services for homeless people. Welfare centre providing food, clothing, showers, medical care, counselling, accommodation search, financial advice. Outreach support. Training - accredited carpentry, basic and life skills. Social enterprise - furniture renovation, refurbished white goods and restored/new furniture for sale. Work experience opportunities for long term unemployed people.

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Pakistan Community Advice Centre

Advice and information on a range of subjects including benefits, employment and housing. Also offer basic information on immigration and nationality. Women only sessions Wednesdays. Translation and interpreting service. Service mainly for ethnic minority communities but anyone in the area is welcome to come in for advice.

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