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CDARS

CDARS is committed to improve the lives of vulnerable people and those with complex needs arising from the ill-effects of addiction to alcohol, drugs and other psychosocial conditions. CDARS aims to relieve the suffering caused by drug and alcohol misuse in Wandsworth through specialist complex psychosocial non-residential treatment. Our support package to substance misusers is person-centred, so each client receives individualised help and guidance. We work with them on all aspects of their lives, our multidimensional approach has a long-term impact on their health and wellbeing, and supports a successful reintegration in the local community. We help our clients develop their skills, find a job, build a social network, attend to housing issues, all round improving their mental health and wellbeing. Recently we expanded the remit of our work and received funding to implement a challenge and change programme working with male perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse in Merton.

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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.

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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Age UK - Merton

Range of services and activities for older people. High quality advice and information, one to one support to maintain independence (At Home with Age UK Merton), podiatry clinic and befriending. We also provide a range of social and physical activities at our centre based in Mitcham, as well as outings by coach and public transport. Home visits are available for many of the above services.

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Springfield Hospital Welfare Benefits Team

The service offers welfare benefits advice, consultancy and representation for patients.

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South West London Law Centres - Merton

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

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Wimbledon Foodbank

Food Bank

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Relate - Wimbledon and Merton

Counselling for adults with relationship problems, including same sex couples and individuals. Evening appointments also available. Charge £50 per session, bursary scheme for low waged/unwaged clients.

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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.