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.

 


155 Records in Community and getting involved.

  • Wandsworth Carers' Centre - Substance Misuse Peer Support Project

    46 Balham High Road, London, SW12 9AQ

    Telephone: Phone: 020 8675 0811 or 020 8877 1200, Fax: 020 8877 3936

    Description: This project offers support to family and friends of people who use alcohol or drugs in Wandsworth.

  • Wandsworth Carers' Centre - Support Groups

    Telephone: 0208 877 1200

    Description: Wandsworth Carers' Centre runs various groups that can provide you with help, support, a chance to have your views heard, a friendly chat, and the opportunity to meet others in a similar situation and exchange information and ideas.

  • Wandsworth Community Chaplaincy Trust

    The Vestry Hall, St Mary Magdalene Church, 10A Wiseton Road, Wandsworth, SW17 7EE

    Telephone: 020 8767 0658 or 07442 491111 (or 020 8588 4238 at the prison)

    Description: Wandsworth Community Chaplaincy Trust (WCCT) is a befriending scheme for prisoners at HMP Wandsworth that exists to provide care and support for offenders and former offenders of all faiths and none.

  • Wandsworth Community Empowerment Network (WCEN)

    Unit 44 Doddington & Rollo Community Association, Charlotte Despard Avenue, London, SW11 5HD

    Telephone: 0207 720 9110

    Description: WCEN is an independent charity which supports a developing network of community and faith based organisations and people who are working collaboratively to improve the way public services are designed, delivered and received.

  • Wandsworth Independent Living Forum (WILF)

    Postal address only: Wandsworth Independent Living Forum, 3rd Floor Trident Business Centre, 89 Bickersteth Road, Tooting, SW17 9SH

    Telephone: 020 8516 7768 or 07890 780 572

    Description: WILF aims to support and promote independent living for all disabled people in the borough of Wandsworth, whatever their impairment or age.

  • Wandsworth Learning Disabilities Network

    WLDN, c/o Wandsworth Care Alliance, Trident Business Centre, 89 Bickersteth Road, London, SW17 9SH

    Telephone: 020 8516 7764

    Description: The Wandsworth Learning Disabilities Network (WLDN) is a network for adults with learning disabilities, learning difficulties and their carers.

  • Wandsworth LGBT Forum

    BM Wandsworth LGBT Forum, London , WC1N 3XX

    Telephone: 07772 106540

    Description: Wandsworth LGBT Forum aims to improve the lives of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people who live, work, study or socialise within the borough.

  • Wandsworth mental health resource centre

    The Foresters, 114 Allfarthing Lane, London, SW18 2AB

    Telephone: 020 8875 9156

    Description: Wandsworth mental health resource centre, also known as The Foresters, supports people with a variety of mental health needs by providing social, learning and development opportunities.

  • Wandsworth Older People's Forum

    c/o 6 Fircroft Road, London, SW17 7PS

    Telephone: 020 8672 5592

    Description: Wandsworth older people's forum was set up in 1991 to be a voice for older people in Wandsworth.

  • Wandsworth Over 50s Activities (WOFA)

    Telephone: 07958 440808

    Description: Wandsworth Over 50s Activities is a membership group that organises activities and events for people over the age of 50.