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Hft's - Family Carer Support Service (FCSS)

Offers one-to-one support by phone, email or letter to family carers who have an adult relative with a learning disability and/or autism. Runs workshops for family carers on the Care Act, Mental Capacity Act and more. Can also provide resources for family carers covering a range of topics including the Care Act, Mental Capacity Act, safeguarding, and benefits guides.

Making Space - Head Office

Advice and support for people with enduring mental illness, their families or carers. Advice on mental health and benefits. Network of family support workers across northern England. Self-help groups. Day centres. Befriending schemes. Help for carers. Training. Sheltered employment schemes. Holidays. Also provides residential care.


Independent Charity providing information and advice services for people with criminal convictions. Independent of Government. Provide peer support, advocacy, free confidential helpline with information and advice on the disclosure and barring service, applying for jobs, financial matters, travelling abroad with convictions and licence conditions. Cannot provide legal advice. Website has links to resources and publications. There is also an information hub ( covering a wide range of issues that affect convictions and an online forum ( Disclosure calculator can be found at Also provide training to practitioners.

The King's Fund

The King’s Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. We undertake research and analysis that aims to provide evidence to shape policy and practice alongside offering leadership and organisational development for the health and care system. The King’s Fund Library Service provides a free enquiry service to answer any questions relating to the health and care system.

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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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Down's Syndrome Association

Information, advice and support for people who have Down's syndrome throughout their lives, for families, carers and professionals. The DSA provides advice on all issues, with a daily helpline phone and email service, training (including online training), assessments, consultations, employment program (Workfit) and sports/activities program (DSActive). Specialist advice include benefits, medical and healthcare, development, complex needs and dual diagnoses, education, adult social care and support, and speech, language and communication. DSA campaign and policy work includes include Tell it Right (maternity services), Health Alert, Education, and Support for Adults (It’s My Life). Outside office hours answerphone gives an emergency contact number. 100+ affiliated local groups.

Men's Health Forum

The Men's Health Forum is a charity supporting men's health in England, Wales and Scotland. Help with campaigning and raising awareness, provide information on website.

Asylum Support Housing Advice

Advice and advocacy for asylum seekers whose applications have been refused and fully determined and whose status renders them homeless and destitute. Makes applications under Section 4 of the Immigration and Asylum Act 1999 and appeals when refused.

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Good News Family Care Homes

Good News Family Care (Homes) Ltd. is a Christian based registered charity that seeks to model a sense of family and belonging in a secure and accepting environment. Our vision is to make a positive impact in the community - the influence of each transformed life influences and affects the whole family and society.1) Residential Recovery Structured Recovery Programme – freedom2live, for women who have difficulties with substance misuse or life controlling issues. 2) Residential Family Centre - support for women and families who have experienced domestic abuse, homelessness, safeguarding children and vulnerable adults and or women who have learning disabilities. 3) Oldfield Farm Work Based Skills Projects, available for residents and community clients. 4) OFSTED inspected Nursery

Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)

Information service for the general public and health professionals. Provides information on smoking and health, tobacco, the law. Campaigns to reduce disease and premature death caused by smoking.