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First Asian Support Trust (FAST) Ltd

Range of services for people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities and their carers. Drop-in centre. Training, advice and information, and educational resources. Home help service. Job brokerage for disabled people. Translation and interpreting service.

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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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Trafford Council Adult Social Care

Provides a referral service, information and advice on support for adults and older people. Several specialist teams also provide hospital based services and support for adults with learning disabilities. In an emergency in the evenings and at weekends you can contact Trafford Council’s Emergency Duty Team on 0161 912 2020. This should be used for issues which cannot wait until the next working day.

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Self Help Services - Zion Centre Peer Support

A variety of self-help initiatives including self-help groups (depression, anxiety & social phobia), structured courses for self-esteem, depression, anxiety and emotional wellbeing, a complementary therapy clinic, computerised cognitive behavioural therapy, primary care mental health service, gun and knife crime clinic.

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Greater Manchester Coalition of Disabled People

Campaigns for the rights of disabled people throughout Greater Manchester. Provides information, advice and support and runs a young disabled people's forum. Also produces a bi-monthly information bulletin, a quarterly magazine and a range of books and resource packs.

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Trafford CVS and Volunteer Centre

Supports, promotes and develops local voluntary action and services. Offers information on a wide range of local voluntary organisations, community and self-help groups. Advice on funding for local groups. Also manages the Volunteer Centre. Evening appointments by arrangement.

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Nugent - Housing Support Unit

Housing Support Unit provides an accommodation service for accommodation up to 1 year with support to move on to their own tenancies. Referrals to the service must be completed via The Mainstay System - contact number 0151 600 3547. Starter packs such as bedding, pots and pans etc via Material and Welfare Aid Scheme can be accessed.

Refugee Action - North West (Manchester)

Advice and information for asylum seekers and refugees. Freephone telephone advice for asylum seekers and refugees and for agencies working with asylum seekers and refugees - 0800 810 0007 Mon-Fri 10am-4pm. Choices project offers advice, information and support to asylum seekers and refugees considering voluntary return.

The Fed (Federation of Jewish Services) - Manchester

At any one time, The Fed is supporting many hundreds of people of all ages living in their own homes or in our care home for older people at Heathlands Village. The Fed’s 350+ social workers, support workers, case workers, nurses, social care workers, care assistants, coordinators and behind-the-scenes staff, together with over 400 volunteers, provide care, advice and support through a range of projects and departments: Carers' Support Services l Community Care Team l Day Services l Drop In Mental Health Services l Moorview Supported Independent Living l Nursing Care l Palliative Care l Project Smile Play and Learn Service l The Purple Cafe (Community Cafe) l l Residential Care l South Manchester Project l Volunteer Support Services. Together these services make up one fantastic charity which is not replicated anywhere else in the UK www.thefed.org.uk

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BHA

Health related services for black & minority ethnic communities. African AIDS helpline Mon-Fri 10am-6pm 0800 096 7500. Support services for BME people living with/affected by HIV/AIDS, including befriending, counselling, practical help. Maternal health & HIV project. Sexual health development work with Asian communities. Young people's peer education. Support for families newly arrived in the UK.

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