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  1. LBTH Link Worker Service

    From: Providence Row Housing Association

    PRHA’s Mental Health Link Worker service model is based on the principals of recovery.  This service offers an assertive outreach service to those who have had contact with the criminal justice system and who have experienced/experience mental health...

  2. RAD Advocacy & Employment Service

    From: Royal Association for Deaf People (RAD)

    We provide advocacy and employment services delivered in sign language by Deaf staff or those who are fluent in sign language. Through a delivery of deaf awareness training, we can help make mainstream services and employment accessible to Deaf people....

  3. Somali Carers Outreach & Support Project

    From: Black Women's Health & Family Support

    The carers project provides a variety of support on welfare topics, billing enquiries and referrals to specialist agencies. The project runs twice weekly support group sessions, at which carers can come together to share experiences, socialise and learn...

  4. Social Welfare Advice

    From: Bromley by Bow Centre

    The Centre’s social welfare advice provides support with debt, housing and welfare benefits advice both at the Centre and in local venues including Children’s Centres, GP Practices, housing providers and Community Centres. We use our recognised holistic...

  5. POhWER Advocacy

    From: POhWER

    POhWER is a charity and membership organisation and we provide advocacy services for Independent Mental Capacity Advocacy (IMCA), including Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLS). Independent Health Complaints Advocacy for people who wish to make a...

  6. Local Link

    From: Real Disabled People's Organisation

    Coronavirus service update, 24-03-2020: Local Link is running a reduced service due to covid-19 (coronavirus) and the government's instruction to limit contact between people. We are still providing support by phone and email but are unable to offer face-to-face...

  7. Mental Health Advocacy

    From: Mind In Tower Hamlets and Newham

    *Service changes due to COVID19:* Mind in Tower Hamlets and Newham’s offices are now closed, all of our staff are operating remotely offering one to one support, advocacy, talking therapies, employment support and advice. We have uploaded resources on...

  8. deafPLUS Information, Advice and Advocacy

    From: deafPLUS

    *Service changes due to COVID19:* Staff will be working from home No face to face appointments Drop in service will be closed Appointments via text, facetime and video link Due to our service being suspended, we will be making every effort to ensure that...

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