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Sahir House

Services for people living with or affected by HIV/AIDS. Helpline. Advocacy, counselling, daily drop-in, peer support and social work support. Complimentary therapies. Information service. Training service. Positive Women's group. Positive Men's group. Family support group. Teen support group. HIV Community Nurse support.

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Age UK - Bournemouth

Advice and information for older people and their carers. Community Connections. Befriending, lunch clubs and social drop-ins. Intermediate support centre. Foot care service. Community based activities for the over 55s. Carers sitting service. Benefits advice.

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Liverpool Citizen Advocacy

Support a range of informal advocacy relationships, including one-to-one community partnerships, both short and long term. Volunteers are matched up with people who are isolated and excluded to help them secure their rights and dignity. This includes providing information, practical help and support, and facilitating access to mainstream advice and information services.

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South East and Central Essex Mind - Chelmsford

Individual counselling, social support groups, advice and information for people with mental health problems and their carers. Therapeutic and support groups include art, anxiety management, anger management, confidence building, eating disorders and carers' groups. Support group in Witham. Rural isolation project in Braintree. Young person's advocacy.

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Evesham District Mental Health Support Service

Range of services for people with mental health problems or who are experiencing emotional stress. Drop-in, social clubs and group activities. Counselling and aromatherapy by appointment.

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Age UK - Nottingham and Nottinghamshire

Advice, information, welfare rights, hospital discharge services for older people. Advocacy for older people with dementia or in residential homes. Day centres. Staying Put project for Nottingham home owners. Home support service for Nottingham residents. Befriending project. Gedling carers service. Lunch clubs. Counselling. Home safety checks. Handyperson service.

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Break - Families House (Norwich)

A range of services to support families in Norfolk. These include services for separating families (affected by family breakdown) such as: supervised and supported contact; a telephone helpline; a weekly programme for separated parents (in Norwich and King's Lynn); drop-in support for parents (in Norwich and King's Lynn); therapeutic support for children from separated families dispute resolution

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Independent Advocacy

Case advocacy service for people with learning disabilities, mental health issues, physical disabilities, vulnerable older people and people who come under the Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA) criteria. Develop and facilitate self-advocacy groups and also provide short term case advocacy.

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BATIAS Independent Advocacy Service

Advocacy service for people with learning disabilities. Offer citizen, formal and group advocacy. Provide representation and empowerment to enable people's voices to be heard and to support them in obtaining their rights.

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Coventry Haven

Range of services for women and children experiencing domestic violence. Telephone and face-to-face advice and support. Legal and benefits advice. Advocacy. Access to other services and referrals to move-on accommodation. Safe accommodation in 5 refuges.

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