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St Martins Day Centre (Cambridge)

Centre for older people, providing care and support in a day care setting, and respite for carers. Wheelchair accessible transport provided. Hot meals and various activities. Regular outings. Charges dependant on local authority assessment. Art classes, including pottery. Carpet Bowls for the active older person.

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Break

Break’s core business is the provision of children’s homes for Looked After Children in their home Local Authority. Break has seven mainstream children’s homes in Norfolk and Cambridgeshire and a Therapeutic Fostering Service offering single placements to traumatised young people. Young people leaving Break’s care continue to be supported by our in-house Moving On Team. In addition to the mainstream homes, Break has a children’s home for young people with profound learning and physical disabilities and two short-break schemes for children with disabilities. Break also provides a range of assessment and support services to children at risk through a Residential Family Centre in Lowestoft and a range of community-based services, including assessment work, across East Anglia.

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Lifecraft

Self-help organisation run by and for users and ex-users of mental health services. Social club for members Mondays 16.00 – 18.00 and Friday 16.00 – 19.00. Lifeline freephone helpline on 0808 808 2121 7-11pm 365 days a year. Groups, activities, support.

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Cambridge and District Citizens Advice

Advice and information on a range of issues, including housing, welfare rights and benefits, money and debt, consumer and employment rights. Specialist help in debt, welfare benefits and housing. Representation for debt and repossession hearings in the county court and at social security tribunals. Fortnightly legal advice clinic. Outreach services in Girton, Sawston and Addenbrookes Hospital.

Disability Cambridgeshire

Disability Cambridgeshire provides services for disabled children and young people across Cambridgeshire.

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Fenland Council: Whittlesey Community Hub - Whittlesey Housing Options

Housing options team operating through two Fenland@your service shops in March, Wisbech, and two Community Hubs operating in Chatteris and Whittlesey. Assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. General housing advice and information for private and council tenants and homeless people. Finders Fee scheme for priority need homeless.

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Cambridge and District Community Mediation Service

Mediation service for people who are involved in a neighbour or workplace dispute or other disputes within the community including young people in dispute with parents and in danger of being made homeless. The service is provided by trained volunteers who visit the parties separately in their own homes, arrange mediation at a neutral venue and help to negotiate a written agreement.

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Family Mediation Service - Peterborough and District

Mediation for couples who are separating or divorcing, helping them to reach joint decisions on issues relating to children, finance, property and other matters. Mediation can also be offered to other family members. Outreach services in Oakham, Wisbech, Huntington and at HMP Peterborough, by appointment.

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Dyslexia Action - Peterborough

Advice on issues relating to dyslexia. Consultations, educational psychologist assessments, specialist teaching for all ages and talks and courses for parents and teachers. Charges made for assessments arranged with independent educational psychologists. Tuition and courses.

Cambridgeshire Hearing Help

Range of information and practical help for people with hearing loss. Services include practical help and advice on maintaining hearing aids. Visits to people in their homes as well as to residential homes and hospitals. Monthly hearing help sessions at centres throughout Cambridgeshire, Huntingdon and Fenland - phone for times and locations or look at our website. Training courses and talks to groups.

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