Anchor is England's largest not-for-profit provider of housing and care for the over-55s. We provide services to over 35,000 older people. Our passion at Anchor is giving older people a choice of great places and ways to live.
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.
Big House has eleven studio flats providing supported accommodation to people who have been homeless. It specialises in supporting ex-servicemen from the Armed Forces and receives funding from the Royal British Legion and works in partnership with other agencies including Veteran’s Aid and SSAFA (Soldiers Sailors and Air Force Association).
Bradbury Oak House is run by Action for Blind People and has been designed for visually impaired people who wish to live independently, with a choice of support available if needed.
We are the UK's largest independent provider of health and social care. We've been helping people to live more independently for over 30 years. Would you or a loved one benefit from having some extra help at home? If you’re finding cooking and cleaning, or even dressing yourself, increasingly difficult, we can help.
C&C strives to improve the quality of life of vulnerable people living in their accommodation through developmental, engagement and creative projects.
Choice Support is a pioneering social care charity providing cost effective and flexible support services for disabled and disadvantaged people. We were formed in London in 1984 to help people with learning disabilities have better lives, and now provide services throughout much of England, to people with a wide range of needs including learning disabilities, autism, mental health needs, complex health needs, physical disabilities and homeless people. We support some people with needs other than those listed.
Riverside ECHG (formerly known as English Churches Housing Group) runs a wide range of supported housing schemes all over England. Our ultimate goal is to help homeless people regain their independence and resettle in the community.
We are a social enterprise and our aim is to make our neighbourhood a great place to live, work in, and visit. We also provide a variety of advice and support for families. The services are available from pregnancy right through to when a child goes to primary school.
Community Housing and Therapy (CHT) is a registered charity that runs therapeutic communities which help people who are experiencing severe mental ill health gain a foothold in the world by positioning themselves in relationship to the other and to language, and finding stabilisation in relation to the community rather than to their symptoms.
Our goal is to help people with multiple needs and exclusions to recover from those problems that are keeping them marginalised. We seek to offer them the chance to take back control of their own lives and to move back into the mainstream. Equinox exists to provide support, care and recovery to people who are challenged by exclusion, marginalisation and a range of needs for special assistance such as mental health problems and substance misuse.
Ivydale Road is a two year transitional service which offered tailored support to adults with learning disabilities who have individual budgets. We also support customers to manage their budgets and can assist with the supporting planning process.
The Finnish Church in London is a religious, cultural and social meeting place for all the Finns who live in Great Britain and Ireland (either permanently or temporarily), as well as for their friends and family.
Friends of the Elderly is a charity dedicated to providing support for older people. We have a range of services including residential care homes, specialist dementia care, day clubs, home and telephone support.
GOV.UK is a United Kingdom public sector information website, created by the Government Digital Service to provide a single point of access to HM Government services.
HAIL’s mission is to support people with a learning disability and other vulnerable people to lead their own lives. HAIL believes everyone has a right to have good support to make sure their needs are met so life is a little easier. At HAIL we want to see people learning the things they want to know, be it how to make a cup of tea, which bus to take to get to their friend’s house, when to drop a stitch or how to start a business. HAIL wants to see people work with their friends, families and partners to find ways they can spend more good times together and less time with the people that are paid to be around. HAIL supports people to find things they want to do and people who they would like to do them with.
Hestia Housing & Support was started in 1970 to bring food to the people living on the streets of central London. We now work right across London remaining focussed on those in our communities who are vulnerable and socially excluded.
Housing for Women provide housing services for vulnerable women across London. They run domestic violence services, general social housing, housing for female ex-offenders and services for women who have been trafficked for sexual exploitation or domestic servitude.