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1st Place Children and Parents’ Centre
1st Place is an Outstanding Children and Parents' Centre serving SE17, SE5 and SE11 areas. They offer a wide range of services, information and encouragement to families expecting a baby or with children under five. This includes family support, play and family learning as well as adult education opportunities. All of this takes place in a warm, safe and supportive environment.
A 12 week training program broken up into 3/4 week segments. 1Wayforward aims to educate some and re-educate others through training, personal development, counselling and mentoring. Empowering youth to believe in themselves. Inspiring youth to reach their full potential. Motivate youth to intentional success.
2Inspire
Inspire will offer a chance for young and older people to develop their talents. InSpire will offer basic skills training, IT introductory sessions,parenting support and language, literacy and numeracy support.
Aanchal Women’s Aid
We’re a women’s organisation that assists women affected by physical as well as mental, financial, sexual and emotional domestic abuse. Our guiding principle is that we will never turn our back on a woman in need of our help. And we won’t give in to bureaucracy at the expense of real lives.
Ace of Clubs
Ace of Clubs is a family-like community providing transformative support for those who are homeless, vulnerable and otherwise marginalised in our area. At their centre on St Alphonsus Road they provide for the immediate needs of those in desperate circumstances with safe shelter, food, warmth, clothing, laundry and showers.
Action on Hearing Loss
Action on Hearing Loss is the new name for RNID. We’re working for a world where hearing loss doesn’t limit or label people, where tinnitus is silenced and where people value and look after their hearing.
Actionplus Foundation (UK)
We began in London in 1997 and 10 years later we opened in Ghana. Our vision is a world where people affected by HIV do not experience poverty, ill health and prejudice. We support people living with HIV/AIDS to play a central role in improving their own lives leading to permanent and lasting solutions.
Africa Advocacy Foundation
Africa Advocacy Foundation (AAF) is a regsitered charity founded in 1996 with the aim of supporting and empowering vulnerable and disadvantaged people to access to the resources necessary for the improvement of their health, education and other life opportunities.
Albrighton Community Centre
Albrighton Centre is a community centre inSouth London. The new centre first opened in March 2011 and has offered a varity of community work aimed at local residents and the local community since that time. The centre runs a number of weekly activities aimed at a wide cross section of the community and we hope that this page will provide you with information and help in identifying those activities that are of use to you.
Anjel 2000
Anjel 2000 care services across London for the vulnerable and elderly. We have a track record of providing a friendly and professional service, which all parties can benefit from. Our main key goals are to ensure that our clients feel a strong sense of dignity and have a member of staff which they can feel entrusted with.
Ann Bernadt Nursery School and Children’s Centre
Children's centres provide advice and support for parents and carers. Their services are available to you from pregnancy right through to when your child goes into reception class at primary school.
Antidote
Antidote is the UK’s only LGB&T run and targeted drug and alcohol support service. Set up over 10 years ago, we work with both drug and alcohol users and healthcare professionals. We’re here to give non-judgemental free advice and support delivered by highly trained staff and volunteers – all of whom identify as LGB or T, and who have a good understanding of the pressures and problems that come with recreational drug or alcohol use.
Appa
Appa provides specialist services to support Deaf or disabled individuals to create independent, successful lives at work, in education or at home. We’re market leaders in our field: we offer expert insight and cost-effective, practical solutions. Our unique approach is delivered by experienced, approachable staff.
Asian Women Lone Parents Association (AWLPA)
The Asian Women Lone Parents Association (AWLPA) works to support Asian women who are lone parents, and their children, by providing services which enable them to improve their lives and wellbeing.
Association of Child Psychotherapists
The ACP (Association of Child and Adolescent Psychotherapists) is the main professional body for psychoanalytic child and adolescent psychotherapists in the UK.
Association of Therapeutic Communities
TCTC is a membership charity for all those connected with, interested or involved in the delivery of relationship based support and treatment across the entire human lifespan.
ATD Fourth World
ATD FOURTH WORLD is a human rights-based, anti-poverty organisation with more than 40 years' experience of engaging with individuals and institutions to find solutions to eradicate extreme poverty in the UK. Working in partnership with people affected by poverty, ATD Fourth World has, since 1968, concentrated its efforts on supporting families and influencing policy through work at Frimhurst Family House in Surrey and our National Centre in London.
Barnardos
One of the UK’s leading children’s charities, Barnardo’s works directly with over 200,000 children, young people and their families every year. Barnardo’s transforms the lives of the most vulnerable children across the UK through the work of our services, campaigning and research expertise. We believe we can bring out the very best in every child whether the issue is child poverty, sexual exploitation, disability or domestic violence. Our knowledge of the local communities we work in allows each of our children’s centres to be a trusted provider of local services, supporting and informing parents and carers.
Baytree Centre
Our vision is to create supportive pathways towards social inclusion for inner city families. This happens through integrated educational and training programmes for women and girls that generate solutions which consider the unity of the whole person. We offer training, education, skills and opportunities for professional and personal development to women and young people.
BBO – Women at the Centre
BBO (Building Better Opportunities) Women at the Centre is an individualised employability programme for hard-to-reach women. Set up to assist women from 16-65+ from black, Asian and minority ethnic backgrounds, the programme will take the participants through a structured journey of individualised, culturally sensitive and multi-lingual support.

Please get in touch to see how we can help.

We are really flexible and can work around you. We can come and meet you, or you can drop in and see us. If you’d rather speak to us over the phone, or send us an email or text – that’s fine too.

Opening hours:  9am – 5pm, Monday to Friday

Drop-in hours:   Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 1pm – 4pm (6 x 30min face-to-face appointments available on these days)

Call:                     0203 751 9684

Text:                    ‘HUB1’ and your query to 82727

Email:                  southwarkhub@together-uk.org

Drop in:               You won’t usually need to make an appointment to come in and see us in the afternoons.

If you want to pop in during the hours of 12pm-4.30pm, just turn up and someone will be there ready to speak to you.

You can visit us at the main Hub here:

Southwark Wellbeing Hub, at Thames Reach Employment Academy, 29 Peckham Road, London, SE5 8UA.

Come to Reception and ask for the Southwark Wellbeing Hub. Someone from our team will then come and meet you.

Closest train stations: Peckham Rye and Denmark Hill
Buses: 12, 36, 171, 345, 436 (Vestry Rd stop)

Our pop-ups:

You don’t need an appointment to visit us at one of our pop-up locations. These locations may change month to month so do come back to find out where we are currently.

 

Dragon Cafe, Crypt of St George the Martyr Church, Borough High St, SE1 1JA
Closest tube station: Borough
Buses: 35, 40, 133, 343, C10 (Borough stop)
Dragon Café is across the street from Borough tube station, and based inside St George the Martyr’s church, in their crypt.

Mondays at 14:00 – 16:00 (this Pop Up is closed during August)

 

T&T2, Surrey Quays Shopping Centre, Redriff Road, London SE16 7LL
Train: Surrey Quays
Bus: 199, 225, 381 (Surrey Quays Shopping Centre)

Mondays at 14:00 – 16:00 (except for the third Monday of each month)

 

The Gardens GP SurgeryThe Gardens, London SE22 9QU
Train: East Dulwich
Bus: 12, 63, 197, 363 (The Gardens stop)
This Pop Up can be used by patients of The Gardens Surgery – appointments can be booked by contacting the surgery.

The third Monday of each month at 15:00 – 17:00 (see Events calendar for dates)

 

Paxton Green Health Centre, 1 Alleyn Park, London SE21 8AU
Train: Gipsy Hill
Bus: 3 (Gipsy Hill stop)
This Pop Up can be used by patients of Paxton Green Group Practice GP Surgery – please contact the surgery to book an appointment.

Tuesdays at 10.00 – 13.00

 

Pembroke House, 80 Tatum Street, London SE17 1QR
Train/Tube: Elephant and Castle
Bus: 42 (Congreve St stop) 21, 53, 63, 168, 172, 363, 453 (Old Kent Road East Street stop)

Every other Tuesday at 11.00 – 13.00 (see Events calendar for dates)

 

East St GP Surgery, 301 East Street, Walworth, London SE17 2SX
Train/Tube: Elephant and Castle
Bus: 42 (Congreve St stop) 21, 53, 63, 168, 172, 363, 453 (Old Kent Road East Street stop)
This Pop Up can be used by patients of East St GP Surgery – please contact the surgery to book an appointment.

Every other Tuesday at 14.00 – 17.00 (see Events calendar for dates)

 

Talfourd Care Leavers’ Hub, 7 Talfourd Place, London SE15 5NW
Train: Peckham Rye
Bus: 12, 36, 136, 171, 343, 345, 436 (Southampton Way)

The first Wednesday of each month at 13.00 – 15.00 (see Events calendar for dates)

 

Lambeth College, Clapham Centre, 45 Clapham Common South Side, London, SW4 9BL
Tube: Clapham Common
Bus: 50, 155, 249, 690 (Elms Road/Windmill on the Common)

The second Wednesday of each month at 12.00 – 15.00 (see Events calendar for dates)

 

Lewisham Southwark College, Waterloo Campus, 25 The Cut, London SE1 8LS
Tube: Southwark
Train: Waterloo East
Bus: 45, 63, 100 (Southwark stop)

Thursdays at 12.00 – 14.00 during term time

 

Blackfriars Settlement, 1 Rushworth Street, London SE1 0RB
Tube: Southwark
Bus: 35, 40, 133, 343, C10 (Southwark Street); 45, 63, 100 (Pocock Street); 344 (Great Suffolk Street); 381, RV1 (Lavington Street)
This Pop Up is run in conjuction with Blackfriars Settlement and Three Cs‘ Well Connected programme.

The first Thursday of each month at 10.00 – 12.00 (see Events calendar for dates)

 

Nunhead Surgery, 58 Nunhead Grove, London SE15 3LY
Train: Nunhead
Bus: 78, P12 (Nunhead Green stop)
When you first arrive at the Nunhead Surgery, present yourself at reception. This Pop Up can be used by patients of Nunhead Surgery – please contact the surgery to book an appointment.

Thursdays at 14:00 – 17:00 (closed on the third Thursday of each month – see Events calendar for details)

 

The Green Nunhead, 5 Nunhead Green, London SE15 3QQ
Train: Nunhead
Bus: 78, P12 (Nunhead Green stop)

The third Thursday of each month at 14:00 – 17:00 (see Events calendar for dates)

 

Inspire Café, The Crypt At St Peters, Liverpool Grove, London SE17 2HH
Tube: Kennington
Bus: 12, 35, 45, 148, 171 (Westmoreland Road stop)

Fridays at 12:00 – 15:00