The list below is displaying NORTH WEST ENGLAND Advisers. There are 33 results, this is page 1 of 4.

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.

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 Information and Knowledge Service provides a free enquiry service to answer any questions relating to the health and care system.

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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 affecting the whole. Our primary aim is to offer support for mothers and their children affected by domestic violence, homelessness and drug and alcohol abuse. We achieve this through supportive residential accommodation and our Work Based Skilled Farm projects available to the wider community on a rural farm.

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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.

Henshaws Society for Blind People

Services for people with visual impairments. Regional resource centres in Manchester and Liverpool provide drop-in services, children and families service, information support groups, sensory stimulation rooms and Braille groups. Also provide equipment for use in the centers, visual impairment training, arts and crafts activities, lunch club and a summer playscheme. College and residential places in East Yorkshire.

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ACRE - Action with Communities in Rural England

National charity that supports sustainable rural community development. Provide a national platform for member organisations, including rural community councils and other bodies working at local, regional and national level to alleviate rural disadvantage in England.

Autism Together

Community and Vocational Services (day care), Residential provision, Respite care, Supported Living and Family Support service for people with autism. CVS – Monday to Friday 9.30 – 4.00pm throughout the year excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day. All other areas – 24/7 support 365 days (please enquire)

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Brothers of Charity Services

Advice, information and support for people with learning disabilities. Offers advice on employment and learning disability issues. Provides day care and employment services. Also provides residential and nursing care, supported housing, community based support, and respite care for people with learning disabilities.

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Age UK - Advice

Telephone service for older people, their families and people working with them. Information on income and benefits, social care, housing, health,consumer issues and age discrimination. Free guides and factsheets available. Open every day of the year.