The list below is displaying EAST ENGLAND Advisers. There are 16 results, this is page 1 of 2.

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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L&H Homes (Longhurst Group)

L&H Homes manage over 8,600 homes across the East and West Midlands, and the East of England and we’re proud to be a positive factor in the lives of so many people. Our head office is in Boston, Lincolnshire and we also have three regional offices in Lincoln, Nottingham and Grimsby. Our housing stock covers over 30 local authority areas and we enjoy good working relationships with our partners. Affordable housing is our bread and butter but we’re also known for the diverse range of services we deliver to exceptionally high standards, including: affordable homes for rent / supported accommodation / a variety of homeownership options from shared ownership to rent to HomeBuy / high quality leasehold management services recognised by the Association for Retirement Housing Managers (ARHM) at retirement living schemes for the over 55s / specialist care and support services, including a ground breaking dementia unit at Cranwell Court care home in Grimsby

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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.

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.

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.

National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO)

We provide information, signposting and advice, we produce good practice guidance and other publications, we organise trainings and events, we assist in the development of voluntary sector networks and represents the interests of member organisations to the government. We have a diverse community of over 12,500 member organisations – a third of the voluntary sector workforce in England. We help them thrive in what they do by providing expert support and advice, and by keeping them up to date with the news and developments that affect them. We connect organisations with the people, partners and resources they need to make the biggest difference. We represent the voluntary sector and volunteering to government – using the best research, we demonstrate their true value and help influence policy-makers. We support voluntary organisations by generating and identifying the best knowledge and expertise.

POhWER - advocacy organisation

POhWER provides a range of advocacy and empowerment services across many areas of England. These include: - Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA)/Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS)/Relevant Person’s Paid Representative Service (RPPR)/Independent Mental Health Advocacy (IMHA)/NHS Complaints Advocacy/Children’s and Young People’s Advocacy including CAMHS/Care Act Advocacy/HertsHelp/Direct Payments/Secure and Complex Advocacy Services/Community Advocacy/Information, Advice and Signposting Services

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Construction Youth Trust

Construction Youth Trust is a charity helping young people in England and Wales to build better futures by giving them access to training, education and employment opportunities in the construction industry. Construction Youth Trust is a charity whose aim is to inspire and enable young people to overcome barriers and discover a career in construction. Each year we work with over 4,000 young people; many of whom are the hardest to reach. They are from challenging backgrounds including young offenders, care leavers, the long-term unemployed and also those who are just unaware of the opportunities available to them within the construction industry.

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Tomorrow's People Trust

Tomorrow’s People is a national employment charity working in targeted deprived communities and neighbourhoods around England and Scotland. Putting people on the road to employment and giving them the chance to work again turns lives around and helps local communities to thrive and prosper. Ex-offenders/offenders/people at risk of offending is one of the key customer groups with which we work.

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Langley House Trust

Langley House Trust is a national charity which delivers offender rehabilitation services across England. We support adult male and female offenders and those at risk of offending – enabling them to make positive life changes and live crime-free. Services include; Housing/Health & Social Care