Community and getting involved

All community and getting involved services

You are viewing all of the services and organisations in the community and getting involved category. This area is all about the community you live in and ways to get involved. Age, disability or illness shouldn't get in the way of living a fulfilling life. Here you can find ways to get involved in the local community, from support groups and helping others by volunteering, to having your say on local services or getting involved with community groups. It's really just a matter of finding what interests you.

 


43 Records in Community and getting involved filtered by Key words "other support".

  • Access London Theatre

    Telephone: 020 7557 6700 (to order a guide)

    Description: Access London Theatre is a guide to signed, audio-described and captioned theatre performances in London.

  • Basic Caring Communities (a Pact project)

    Pact Head Office, 29 Peckham Road, London, SE5 8UA

    Telephone: 020 7735 9535

    Description: Basic Caring Communities (BaCC) are groups of volunteers who offer daily support to an ex-prisoner, helping him or her to find their feet in the community in the first crucial months after release.

  • Customer Care (formerly PALS Wandsworth)

    Postal address: Customer Care Team, Wandsworth CCG, 73 Upper Richmond Road, East Putney, London, SW15 2SR

    Telephone: 020 8812 6600

    Description: Customer Care provides patients, carers and their families with free, confidential advice, information and support.

  • Deaf Adult Services

    Building 5, Springfield University Hospital, 61 Glenburnie Road, London, SW17 7DJ

    Telephone: 020 3513 4646 or 07766 257 846 (Text message, SMS, 9am to 5pm)

    Description: Deaf Adult Services is part of National Deaf Services, which provides a range of comprehensive mental health services for deaf adults, children and their families.

  • Deaf Drop-in Service

    Customer Centre, Town Hall, Wandsworth High Street, SW18 2PU

    Telephone: 020 8871 7707 (voice calls), or 07876 446633 (SMS text message only)

    Description: Wandsworth Deaf Drop-in Service is for people in the Deaf community who live in the borough of Wandsworth.

  • Deaf Family Therapy Clinic

    The Deaf Family Therapy Clinic, Hightrees, Springfield University Hospital, 61 Glenburnie Road, London, SW17 7DJ

    Description: This is the only family therapy clinic for deaf people in the UK.

  • Deaf First

    Deaf First Oak Lodge School 101 Nightingale Lane London, SW12 8NA

    Telephone: 020 8675 9751 (voice), 020 8675 7508 (minicom), 07811 922 734 (SMS), 020 8675 7457 (FAX)

    Description: Deaf First is a specialist in Deaf education and offers a range of support for students.

  • Deafblind UK

    National Centre for Deafblindness, John and Lucille van Geest Place, Cygnet Road, Hampton, Peterborough, PE7 8FD

    Telephone: 01733 358100 (Helpline)

    Description: Deafblind UK is a national charity offering specialist services and human support to deafblind people and those who have progressive sight and hearing loss acquired throughout their lives.

  • deafPLUS

    First Floor, Trinity Centre, Key Close, Whitechapel, London, E1 4HG

    Telephone: 020 7790 6147

    Description: deafPLUS aims to provide deaf and hard of hearing people with the means to achieve their potential through information services, training programmes and one-to-one support.

  • Families Anonymous

    Postal address: Doddington and Rollo Community Association, Charlotte Despard Avenue, London, SW11 5HD

    Telephone: 0845 1200 660

    Description: Families Anonymous is a self-help fellowship for families and friends of those with drug or related behaviour problems.