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Victim Supportline

Helpline for anyone affected by crime. Provide support and offer information, regardless of whether a crime has been reported. Can put people in touch with local Victim Support services and other agencies as necessary. Supportline is available bank holidays 9am-5pm.

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African Well Woman Clinic

Clinic providing support, counselling, advice, information and health care for women who have undergone female genital mutilation or circumcision (FGM). Provides reversal of circumcision. Training and education for professionals to raise awareness and understanding of the medical and cultural aspects of FGM

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The BLAST Project (part of Yorkshire MESMAC Group of Services)

Tackling the grooming and sexual exploitation of boys and young men nationally we provide support and information to boys and young men who have been, are being, or are at risk of being sexually exploited. We also support young men selling or exchanging sex. (See Notes.)

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Wycombe Women’s Aid Ltd

Wycombe Women’s Aid is unique in the services that are offered to women and children who are survivors of domestic abuse. We believe that it is not enough to offer a safe place to stay, therefore we work intensively with our guests in the refuge and women in the community to enable them to move on emotionally, in a safe and secure environment. See Website for more information www.wycombewomensaid.org.uk

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Stroke Association

The Stroke Navigator Support Service helps to provide emotional and practical support for stroke survivors and their families’. Preparing them for the challenging changes they will ultimately have to make and support them through the often difficult adjustments. Providing essential information and benefit advise, to ensure that their needs are met to make the best possible recovery. Working together with the stroke survivor and the family to set achievable goals, so they can live a more independent and fulfilling life. Making sure they are aware of the services that are available in the borough. Also providing a navigational, advocacy link with the inpatient and community rehabilitation teams and other care providers in Waltham Forest for stroke survivors, their families’ and carers. The Communication Support Service helps people who suffer from Aphasia a disability that is common after a stroke. It affects people in different ways but can be a devastating condition that can alter all areas of life. We the Stroke Association can work with the Stroke Survivor to help communicate better. We can offer social and practical tools to help you rebuild confidence and develop new ways of communicating.

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Mental Health Aberdeen – One To One (Deeside) Counselling Service

Free, individual and confidential counseling and information service for people suffering from any kind of mental or emotional distress

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Mental Health Aberdeen – Inverythan Centre

Day centre for people with mental health problems. The aim of the service is to help people cope in a way that is both positive and practical. Staff at Inverythan Centre work together with individuals in improving their quality of life and discovering their personal journey of recovery, thus supporting their process of regaining control over their lives, providing advice, befriending, support and information with an emphasis of user involvement and self-help. Computer group, crafts group, gardening group.

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Mental Health Aberdeen – Companions (Befriending Service)

Providing a befriending support service to people with a mental illness living in the Banff and Buchan area through: social inclusion; opportunities for learning and development; impact on quality of life; and developing and building relationships with social inclusion being the predominant focus.

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Maggie's Cancer Caring Centres

Maggie’s offers free practical, emotional and social support to people with cancer and their families and friends. Help is offered freely to anyone with any type of cancer

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Chaos Theory

We are a grassroots charity working to reduce serious violence. We believe violence is a virus that, if left untreated, spreads to infect whole communities. Chaos Theory works in partnership with families, the community the third sector and statutory organisations. We target high-risk individuals (those known to be perpetrators and or victims of violence crime) and assist them in finding alternate ways of settling disputes without resorting to violence. Our outreach service works with disadvantaged people in the community/custody to support them in their efforts to live independently and successfully. We visit, befriend, advise and guide the young people through difficult stages in their life encouraging them to develop a range of strategies to create change and achieve positive outcomes without offending or resulting to violence.

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