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LB Sutton Community Services - Adult Services

First point of contact for adult social services in Sutton including older people, people with disabilities, learning difficulties and mental health problems provided through specialist teams. Out of hours emergencies phone 020 8770 5000.

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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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Community Action Sutton

Supports, promotes and develops local voluntary organisations and services. Offers information on a wide range of local voluntary organisations, community and self-help groups. Payroll service offered.

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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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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.

Refugee and Migrant Network Sutton (RMNS)

Advice, information and counselling for asylum seekers, refugees and newly settled migrants on immigration and asylum, benefits, housing, health, education and employment. Practical help includes food parcels and household items. Weekly drop-in (Suspended during coronavirus pandemic) ESOL classes with creche Wednesday 10.00-12.00 at Trinity Church, St Nicholas Way, Sutton

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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.

Off the Record Youth Counselling Croydon

Face to face and online counselling for young people in Croydon, Merton and Sutton. Age varies across boroughs: Croydon, 14-25, Merton, 11-18 and Sutton, 11- 25. Support for young carers (8-25) and young refugees, asylum seekers and forced migrants (11-25).

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Stop Hate UK

Information, advice and support on anything related to Hate Crime or Hate Crime incidents, including reporting of Hate incidents, and referring the incidents (following the caller’s consent) to the Police and or local support agencies. Encouraging people to report crimes that the victim or any other person perceives to be motivated by hostility or prejudice towards any aspect of a person’s identity. Police forces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland annually monitor five strands of Hate Crime: Disability, Gender Identity, Race, Ethnicity or Nationality, Religion, Faith or Belief and Sexual Orientation. We support people affected by any form of Hate Crime. Report on 0800 138 1625 or the below alternative options: Web Chat via: (you can chat live to one of our operators. Please note that it may take a few minutes to connect to an operator). In a text: 07717 989 025 (texts are charged at your standard network rate). In an email: With text relay: 18001 0800 138 1625 (for people who are deaf, or have speech or hearing impairments). In an online form via: In the post: to PO Box 851, Leeds LS1 9QS. Report any type of Hate Crime throughout West Yorkshire via our Hate Crime Reporting App