Improving Services - Have Your Say
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.
The Bipolar Disorder Research Network (BDRN) is a group of researchers and research participants in the UK undertaking research aimed at investigating the underlying causes of bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is thought to affect 1 in every 100 adults at some time during their life and men and women appear to be affected equally.
The British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)is a multi-disciplinary interest group for people involved in the practice and theory of behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy. Since its establishment in 1972 the Association expanded from 195 members to 6400 in 2007. The current membership reflects the broad range of professional involved in applying behavioural and cognitive approaches to the wide variety of human problems.
The British Psychoanalytic Council is a professional association and voluntary regulator of the psychoanalytic psychotherapy profession, publishing a Register of practitioners who are required to follow our ethical code and meet our fitness to practise standards.
Care Opinion is an independent site where anyone can share their stories of adult social care or the NHS. The site covers adult social services (as well as NHS services) in England, giving service users, their families and carers the opportunity to publish their personal experiences, good or bad, of the care system.
Community Southwark is the umbrella organisation (or Council for Voluntary Service) for the voluntary and community sector in Southwark.
DDLTAC commenced working officially in the UK in 1987 in Southwark in South London. DDLTAC work in a variety of ministries. In the United Kingdom, the DDLTAC ministries include education, health care and social services. The Daughters of Divine Love Training and Assessment Centre is a registered charity which provides training for people working in Health and Social Care Sector and ESOL.
Disability Rights UK works to create a society where everyone with lived experience of disability or health conditions can participate equally as full citizens, to strengthen the voice of disabled people to make our rights real, as an effective national organisation led by people with a wide range of impairments or health conditions.
Ed-Bus.com wants to help people have better safer and healthier lives. We do this by taking information and advice about health, education/training, and community safety, direct into communities and giving individuals support to use it through our travelling minibus projects.
Family Rights Group’s goal is to enable children to be raised safely and thrive within their family and community. Established in 1974, we support families whose children are involved with, or require, local authority services because of welfare needs or concerns. Families who contact us are often struggling, and scared their child may be removed. Our advice service helps them to understand their rights and options, get the support they need to prevent problems escalating into a crisis and to work constructively with local authorities. This is key to keeping children safe at home and avoiding unnecessary removal into care.
The Four in Ten Project is the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust's (SLaM) Lesbian, Gay Bisexual, Trans Service User Group. Funded by SLaM Charitable Trust and delivered in partnership with the Metro Centre and Four in Ten LGBT Service User Group, SLaM is working to improve the experience of LGBT service users across the Trust.
Galop is London’s LGBT anti-violence & abuse charity. They give advice and support to people who have experienced biphobia, homophobia, transphobia, sexual violence or domestic abuse. They also support lesbian, gay, bi, trans and queer people who have had problems with the police or have questions about the criminal justice system. They also run the National LBGT Domestic Violence Helpline.
The Estia Centre is a training, research and development resource for people who support adults with learning disabilities and additional mental health needs.
Healthwatch Southwark are the independent champion for the patient and public voice. They bring people together to influence health and social care services in Southwark to make them better. Everything they say and do is informed by their engagement with local people. Their aim is to address inequalities in health and social care and ensure local services are appropriate for Southwark's diverse communities.
A national charity to help create a fairer society where everyone needing additional support has the right, responsibility & freedom to control that support through personalisation.
Liberty campaigns to protect basic rights and freedoms through the courts, in Parliament and in the wider community. We do this through a combination of public campaigning, test case litigation, parliamentary work, policy analysis and the provision of free advice and information.
The Local Accountancy Project is currently a partner of ASSET (a consortium of four organizations that operates across four Boroughs (Bexley, Greenwhich, Lewisham, and Southwark) to provide financial management support and training to voluntary and faith groups.
The Local Government Ombudsman looks at complaints about councils and some other authorities and organisations, including education admissions appeal panels and adult social care providers (such as care homes and home care providers). It is a free service. Our job is to investigate complaints in a fair and independent way - we do not take sides.
The London Clinic of Psychoanalysis can help you find the right treatment with a consultation from a qualified and experienced psychoanalyst. A psychoanalytic consultation can help you to think about what is going on in your life, perhaps at a time of difficulty. It may be helpful in its own right, or it may result in a decision to go into analysis or analytic psychotherapy. If that is the case, our Clinic Referrals Service can put you in touch with a psychoanalyst for private treatment.
Our vision is the radical transformation of mental health service delivery for excluded young people who offend or are at risk of offending. Our mission is to take mental health services out of the clinic and into the community with young people for young people. For mental health to be at the heart of all interventions and services for excluded young people. To effectively campaign for recognition that serious youth violence is a mental health issue as much as a justice one.