Getting involved in the local community

Getting involved in the local community

There are many ways you can get involved in the local community, from community associations to groups that are active in local areas. You can get involved with local forums that advocate for groups of people, like older people or people with learning disabilities, or you can get involved in helping others or shaping local services. There are local networks, community websites, support groups, and many more ways to be more involved in your local community.

 

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15 Records in Getting involved in the local community filtered by Key words "other support".

  • Parkinson's UK - Wandsworth Branch

    Helpline, Parkinson's UK, 215 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London , SW1V 1EJ

    Telephone: 0808 800 0303

    Description: This service offers information, support, socialising and friendship to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers.

  • Rethink Mental Illness

    89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TP

    Telephone: Advice and general enquiries: 0300 5000 927 or 020 7840 3188

    Description: Rethink Mental Illness is a national voluntary organisation which campaigns on behalf of, and provides support to, people with a severe mental illness, their family and carers.

  • St Mark's Church

    Battersea Rise, London, SW11 1EJ

    Telephone: 020 7223 6188

    Description: St Marks is a large Church of England church based near Clapham Junction, which offers a wide range of community based services and projects.

  • STORM

    Youngs and Lucas Court, Strasburg Road, London, SW11 5JF

    Telephone: 020 7498 0311

    Description: STORM aims to address social issues, such as poverty, unemployment and youth crime by providing support to those who need it most.

  • Wandsworth Carers' Centre - Carers of Adults with Learning Disabilities Support Group

    181 Wandsworth High Street, London, SW18 4JE

    Telephone: Phone: 020 8877 1200, Fax: 020 8877 3936

    Description: This is a group for carers of adults with learning disabilities over the age of 35 and is facilitated by Sarah Rackham.

  • Wandsworth Carers' Centre - Carers of Older People Support Group

    181 Wandsworth High Street, London, SW18 4JE

    Telephone: Phone: 020 8877 1200, Fax: 020 8877 3936

    Description: This is a group for carers of older people.

  • Wandsworth Carers' Centre - Carers of People with Mental Health Support Group

    181 Wandsworth High Street, London, SW18 4JE

    Telephone: phone: 020 8877 1200, fax: 020 8877 3936

    Description: This is a support group run by the Alzheimer's Society and Wandsworth Carers' Centre for carers of people with mental illness (such as Alzheimer's disease, Vascular dementia).

  • Wandsworth Carers' Centre - Carers of Younger Adults with Learning Disabilities Support Group

    181 Wandsworth High Street, London, SW18 4JE

    Telephone: Phone: 020 8877 1200, Fax: 020 8877 3936

    Description: This is a support group for people who care for younger adults, aged 15-25, with learning disabilities.

  • Wandsworth Carers' Centre - Coffee Club

    46 Balham High Road, London , SW12 9AQ

    Telephone: phone: 020 8877 1200, fax: 020 8877 3936

    Description: The Coffee Club is a friendly, informal support group open to all carers linked with Wandsworth Carers' Centre, no matter who you support.

  • Wandsworth Carers' Centre - Former-Carers' Group

    181 Wandsworth High Street, London, SW18 4JE

    Telephone: Phone: 020 8877 1200, Fax: 020 8877 3936

    Description: This is a group for former carers.