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PWA (Peterborough)

Peterborough Women's Aid aims to relieve the distress and trauma experienced by women and their children, if any, who have been affected by their domestic violent situations.

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Peterborough CVS

Supports and develops local voluntary organisations. Serves as a base for a number of local projects.

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Peterborough City Council - Housing Options Service

Housing options service including assessment of entitlement to housing for people who are homeless or threatened with homelessness. Management of the Peterborough Housing Register for the allocation of social housing in the city. Out of hours emergencies: 01733 864157.

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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.

Peterborough Mediation

Mediation service to help resolve disputes between individuals, groups or organisations.

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DIAL - Peterborough

Advice and information for people with disabilities, their carers and professionals. Advice on welfare benefits, disability discrimination, aids and equipment, holidays, access, community care, sport, acer support planning.

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Kidney Research UK

Information for anyone with an interest in Kidney diseases or conditions.

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Cambridgeshire Deaf Association (CDA)

Information and resource centre for deaf people, offering information and support on a range of issues, including housing, benefits court, family disputes, access to employment, communication rights, health and Domestic Violence. We organize social events for deaf people across the county in 6 different locations. We run BSL courses for those wanting to learn Sign Language. We provide volunteer befrienders to those that are highly isolated. We can provide specialist personal care and social support to Deaf people with additional disabilities.

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St Giles Trust

Support for offenders and disadvantaged people with housing, training and employment. Training courses and supported work placements in a range of areas. Employment support for socially excluded people. Support for newly released prisoners. Training and resettlement support in prisons. Additional services include; mental health and substance misuse support

Stop Hate UK

Information, advice and support on anything related to Hate Crime or Hate Crime incidents, including reporting of Hate incidents, and referring the incidents (following the caller’s consent) to the Police and or local support agencies. Encouraging people to report crimes that the victim or any other person perceives to be motivated by hostility or prejudice towards any aspect of a person’s identity. Police forces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland annually monitor five strands of Hate Crime: Disability, Gender Identity, Race, Ethnicity or Nationality, Religion, Faith or Belief and Sexual Orientation. We support people affected by any form of Hate Crime. Report on 0800 138 1625 or the below alternative options: Web Chat via: www.stophateuk.org (you can chat live to one of our operators. Please note that it may take a few minutes to connect to an operator). In a text: 07717 989 025 (texts are charged at your standard network rate). In an email: talk@stophateuk.org. With text relay: 18001 0800 138 1625 (for people who are deaf, or have speech or hearing impairments). In an online form via: www.stophateuk.org. In the post: to PO Box 851, Leeds LS1 9QS. Report any type of Hate Crime throughout West Yorkshire via our Hate Crime Reporting App