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St Christopher’s Candle Child Bereavement Service

Bereavement counselling for children, young people and families. Individual and group counselling. Self-help groups for parents. Training and consultancy for parents and professionals around bereavement issues. Telephone support to anyone who has been bereaved

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Survivors UK

Webchat & textchat helpline, Independant Sexual Health Advisor and face-to-face counselling and support groups for men who have been sexually abused as children or raped adults. Training and education around issues of rape and sexual abuse for agencies, including the police

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Daycare Trust

Information and advice about childcare and early years services. Produce a range of publications and offer consultancy about childcare and childcare information services to parents, child care providers, employers, local authorities and policy makers.

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Bede House Association

Advice, information and support for people experiencing domestic violence. Offers practical and emotional support and advocacy

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ATD Fourth World

Family support network with regular meetings and opportunities to learn parenting and life skills for families living in poverty. Forums where people can meet and talk to policy makers. Campaigns on poverty and human rights. Full time and part time volunteering opportunities available.

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Three Boroughs Health Care - Homeless People Service

Primary health care services in hostels, day centres and other settings for homeless people in Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark. Services provided by GP, nurse, dentist and chiropodist. Liaise with Accident and Emergency departments.

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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

General counselling usually for 18 weekly sessions, which can be extended for up to 2 years. Sliding sale of charges, starting at £15 per session for those in receipt of benefits. Multi-ethnic counselling service provides mother tongue and culturally sensitive counselling via language counsellors or interpreters for 12 weeks. Multi-ethnic counselling service works with BAME and migrant referrals, and people who may not be entitled to access statutory services beyond primary care.

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Southwark Muslim Women's Association

Centre for the Muslim women and their families in Southwark, including refugees/asylum seekers. Main focus is education (English classes, computer studies, childcare courses) but also offer advice and health related activities for women. Youth activities. Creche.

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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 currently only open and available for patients attending the Cancer Centre for treatment or an prearranged outpatient appointment, but are providing a telephone service. 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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