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  1. Daniel Gilbert House

    From: Providence Row Housing Association

    This 87 unit building for single homeless people is situated just off Brick Lane.  The building is split into three self-contained blocks - Field House (24), Station House (21) and Daniel Gilbert House (DGH) main building (42). This building has been...

  2. Riverside House & Matthew House

    From: Providence Row Housing Association

    This project consists of the hostel in Riverside House, which has 31 units arranged on 4 floors, having shared factilities.  Matthew House comprises of 20 self-contained flats. These are intended as step-down accommodation from Riverside House.  The service...

  3. Edward Gibbons House Recovery Hub

    From: Providence Row Housing Association

    Edward Gibbons House (EGH) has a total of 35 units comprising of 31 rooms and 4 bedsits. 3 specialist clusters (one per floor) have been incorporated into the scheme in order to meet the needs of groups of individual users.  The whole project is for individuals...

  4. Dellow Hostel

    From: Providence Row Housing Association

    This project has a total of 58 units, including an emergency bed space, comprising of 40 hostel rooms and 18 self-contained bedsits.  The 40 hostel rooms are for rough sleepers with complex needs and the 18 bedsits are for step-down accommodation.  All...

  5. Local Link

    From: Local Link

    Local Link provides free information, face-to-face advice and advocacy support to Tower Hamlets residents. They support deaf and disabled people aged over 14, and older people with support needs. The service can help you with information on a wide range...

  6. LinkAge Plus

    From: Linkage Plus

    LinkAge Plus is joint funded by Tower Hamlets Council and Tower Hamlets CCG offering outreach to residents over the age of 50. A partnership of 5 organisations: Age UK East London, Peabody, Neighbours in Poplar, St Hilda's at Sonali Gardens and Toynbee...

  7. Information and advice

    From: Age UK East London

    Age UK East London works in partnership with seven other local organisations under Local Link funded by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets and provides support to older people and their carers around a range of issues. We help with welfare and disability...

  8. Friend at Home

    From: Age UK East London

    The befriending service is funded by the London Borough of Tower hamlets and provides social support to people aged 50+ who are lonely and/ or socially isolated or at risk of being lonely and/or socially isolated. It matches older people with a Volunteer...

  9. 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...

  10. 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...

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