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Staff on the helpline can give you information on housing, legal, financial, council and other services related to domestic abuse. They can also arrange somewhere safe to stay if you are frightened to remain at home. BWA helpline advice is: Confidential – all conversations are…
Some of the services we provide: We provide short-term loans of medical equipment to people in need, including wheelchairs. Our therapeutic care volunteers help relax people in stressful situations through massage. Our transport service gives you independence if you can't get about easily by yourself.…
Calibre library has the largest lending collection of audio books in the UK in open format - you don't need special playback equipment. There is something for all tastes and you can listen anywhere, at home or on the move. A subscription-free service of unabridged audio books…
Do you live alone, bereaved or lonely? Then this is for you. CAMEO’s aim is to bring together people to chat to each other over a cuppa and cake and have fun. If you would like any more information, please contact the office on the number below,…
Advice and information on: care and support to older people, their families and carers paying for care home fees and choosing a care home top-up fees and if they should be paid benefits and entitlements coping with worsening health and getting help with things you…
Care after Combat is dedicated in supporting veterans who are most vulnerable, who have fallen on bad times and need a helping hand back into civilian life.  Care after Combat's mission is to support veterans with alcohol and substance misuse problems and the reduction in numbers of…
Offering support and grants to soldiers, veterans and their immediate families when in need. Grants given for: Mobility - grants range from those for the very young to the elderly. The Soldiers' Charity has provided grants for specialist play equipment for disabled children, and for…
The Charity for Civil Servants has been providing help, advice and support to current, former, and retired civil servants since 1886. You can begin your application for assistance in one of the ways listed on the website: Note: Please note that the National Health Service, Armed…
If you know someone who is facing Christmas day at home due to being housebound because of a disability, Community Churches will deliver a free hot Christmas dinner. BOOKING must be made by 15th December 2018
The Cloisters is a male 25-bedded hospital set within a peaceful environment on the edge of Newbury. The unit offers inpatient rehabilitation to West Berkshire patients who require mental health rehabilitation to support them in increasing their recovery pathway and independence.
Highly experienced CBT therapist and integrative psychologist working with depression, all types of anxiety, OCD, trauma, substance misuse, trichotillomania and other bodily focused repetitive behaviours. Experience in working with people from all backgrounds and ethnicities including those on the autistic spectrum, with learning difficulties, transgendered…
Available for support and information daily from 9.30 to 4.30pm.  The line is always answered by a bereaved parent. 
Therapy offers you a safe, confidential place to talk about your life and anything that may be confusing, painful or uncomfortable. It allows you to talk with someone who is trained to listen attentively and to help you improve things. If you do experience a…
Listings of professional accredited Counsellors and psychotherapists to suit all needs available in all areas.
Following information available on the Crisis website: Help with housing Call Shelter's free Housing Advice Helpline on 0808 800 4444. It is open from 8am-8pm on weekdays and 9am to 5pm on weekends. There is also a lot of information about housing on Shelter England's…
If you are worried about something or have a problem you need to sort out call in to Webcas Advocacy.  Practical help too with writing letters, making phone calls and sending emails. Webcas can help you read and understand your letters and post. Support provided to assist you…
Death is a part of life, and grieving a natural process. Cruse is committed to breaking the stigma around grief and ensuring that everyone, no matter how old or young, can access the highest quality support following a bereavement. Not only does Cruse provide a…
Deaf people can text the emergency services on 999, but only if phones are registered for the service in advance. Don’t wait until you need to call, it will be too late. How to register Write an SMS text which just says “register” and send it…
Services provided: Advocacy Outreach services available (you will need to check if this can be provided in your area) Interpreting services
If you're worried about your memory, it's well worth talking to your doctor. They may be able to reassure you that you don't have dementia. However, if you know someone who has Dementia, this site will help you understand how best to support them, both physically and…
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