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Derbyshire Autism Services Group

Support, advice and information for people with autism spectrum conditions, their families, carers and professionals.

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Samaritans of Derby & District

Telephone helpline operating 24 hours a day offering emotional support for anyone in crisis. Offers a listening and befriending service to people who are isolated, feel in despair or who are suicidal. Drop-in most days. The free Samaritans telephone number (116 123) will put callers through without delay to the first available branch.

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Sure Start Osmaston/Allenton

Support and services for pre-school children and their families. Provide a range of services to support families including health visitors, playgroups, parenting classes, special needs support. Family support outreach service. Nursery provision. Adult education and advice and guidance on education and training. Jobcentre Plus support twice a week. Under 11s multi-agency team.

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CAMTAD - Campaign for Tackling Acquired Deafness (Southern Derbyshire)

Advice and information on all the equipment and services available for people with hearing loss. Demonstrations of environmental aids (loop systems, alerting devices), loan scheme, practical help and advice with hearing aids. Also runs local outreach centres where volunteers give practical help and information (Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu spoken at additional some outreaches).

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Pakistan Community Centre (Derby)

Centre providing information, advice and support for the local Pakistani community and for the wider community. Help with form filling. Translation service in Urdu, Mirpuri and English. Derby Minority Senior Citizens Society provides social support for older and disabled Asian people, with a lunch club Tuesdays and Thursdays 12 noon - 1pm. ESOL classes. Citizenship classes.

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Mickleover Live at Home Scheme

Befriending service for older people. Volunteers visit people in their own homes on a regular basis. Lunch club at Royal British Legion, Mickleover on Tuesday provides a hot meal followed by an activity session. Lunch club at St John's Church, Devonshire Drive on alternate Thursdays.

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Jobcentre Plus - Derby (Normanton Road)

Combined jobsearch and benefits service for people of working age. Personal advisers assist with jobsearch activities and benefits claims. Access to Jobpoint terminals for information on job vacancies. Part of the Department for Work and Pensions.

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Derby City Council - Housing Options Centre

Housing advice for priority and non-priority homeless people. Administers a choice based lettings scheme called Derby Homefinder. Joint Housing Register for Derby City Council and housing associations in Derby. General advice and information for private tenants and landlords.

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Safe and Sound

Works with children and young people who are at risk of being sexually exploited through criminal practices that threaten their physical and mental wellbeing and their families and carers. Crisis intervention, one-to-one and group work. Multi-agency work with aim of disrupting perpetrators and assisting prosecutions.

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SV2

Telephone support and face-to-face counselling and support for young people aged 14+ and adults who have been raped or sexually abused, either recently or in the past. Information on other services. Access to forensic medical examinations, with or without police involvement. Support through process of statement giving, court attendance, at GP and GUM clinics. Support for friends and family.

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