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  1. Sickle Cell Society

    The Society provides a wide range of services, including: information, advice, counselling, befriending service, financial help, briefings, holidays, seminars and training. There is also a children's section on the website. For further information - click...

  2. Solace Women's Aid

    Solace Women's Aid is an independent charity providing a range of services for women and children affected by domestic violence and domestic abuse. They offer safe housing in refuges across London, community based support for women living in their own...

  3. Family Rights Group

    Family Rights Group's goal is to enable children to be raised safely and thrive within their family and community. The Charity was established in 1974, by a group of lawyers, social workers and academics who were concerned about how families were treated...

  4. Haven House

    Being told your child has a life-limiting condition or complex medical health needs is frightening and confusing for families. Haven House has supported hundreds of families, who like yours, has been faced with having to deal with the news that your child...

  5. RAYNET CARE

    Home care services is normally something you would be seriously interested in,   especially for yourself, a family member or a friend...  but there’s always the same issue stopping you... the cost   Well guess what!  Raynet Care is offering free assessment,...

  6. Freedom from Torture

    Freedom from Torture, formerly the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture, has been working for more than 30 years to provide direct clinical services to survivors of torture who arrive in the UK, as well as striving to protect and promote...

  7. Housing Advice Team

    Advice and information on general housing matters, such as - legal problems - prevention of homelessness - housing associations - difficulties with landlords.

  8. Helpline Limited

    Help! at the press of a button   Today in the UK, one in two people over the age of 75 will suffer a fall each year. This means that, sadly, the chances of this happening to a disabled or elderly loved one living on their own are extremely high. Unfortunately,...

  9. The Young Parent Team (YPT) Whittington Hospital

    The Young Parents team look after women in the under 19 years age group providing care and support for young people who choose to have their baby at the Whittington Hospital. If you need information, help and advice specific to teenage pregnancy contact...

  10. Young Adults Service

    Some children and young people are not able to live at home with their parents. Instead, they are looked after by the local authority, perhaps in residential care or by foster carers. From the age of 16, young people start to prepare for the next phase...

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