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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.
0207 564 8760
The EEC provides information, advice and support to people from Central and Eastern Europe from the 2004 and 2007 EU accession countries: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia.
http://www.eerc.org.uk/
Kongolese Centre for Information & Advice (KCIA) exists to promote the welfare of all refugees, asylum seekers and ethnic minority from French, Portuguese and Lingala speaking community groups living, working or studying within the London region.
Mozaic Women’s Well Being Project
The MOZAIC project provides an accessible woman-centred advocacy service to women who have experienced or are still experiencing domestic violence. They offer free, confidential and independent support, safety planning, advice and information. The project is run by 170 Community Project and is based at St. Thomas’ Hospital.
Southwark Irish Pensioners Project
The Southwark Irish Pensioners Project (SIPP) provides a lifeline to hundreds of elderly, vulnerable and isolated Irish people in Southwark. Their services are also available to non-Irish pensioners who live locally. They offer a drop-in day service, information and advice, and a community support service.
Southwark Wellbeing Support at Home (SWiSH) – Metropolitan
Southwark Wellbeing Support at Home (SWiSH) helps clients to remain at home, living their own lives safely and as independently as possible by avoiding unnecessary or unplanned hospital admissions.
Tenancy Relations Service
The Tenancy Relations Service support individuals in Southwark living in privately rented accommodation. They are able to advise tenants who are being harassed or threatened by their landlord.
The Children’s Society – Destitute Youth, London
07885 972 057