Provides emotional, practical support and services to help people who face challenging life situations to understand their rights and make informed and positive life choices.
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.
Adfam is the only national umbrella organisation working specifically with and for families affected by drugs and alcohol. As well as providing support materials and training specifically for families and professionals we inform policy development and campaign both locally and nationally for improved family support services.
The Adolescent At-Risk & Forensic Service (AAFS) is a flexible and responsive service offering evidence-based assessment, consultation and treatment for young people who are engaged in, or present significant risk of offending behaviour.This can include, but is not limited to, serious violence, fire-setting and/or sexually harmful behaviour.
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.
Al-Aman means ‘safety’ in Arabic. DVIP’s Al-Aman Project works with Arabic-speaking communities in London. We support women who experience domestic violence, and their children; and we work with men to end their violent and abusive behaviour.
Al-Hasaniya Moroccan Women’s Centre seeks to serve the health, welfare, educational and cultural needs of Moroccan and Arabic-speaking women and their families resident in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea and London-wide.
Alateen is for teenage relatives and friends of alcoholics.
We believe alcoholism is a family disease that affects everyone in the family. Alateen meetings are attended by 12-17 year olds. They meet to share their experiences of having, or having had, a problem drinker in their lives. They help and support each other.
AA is concerned solely with the personal recovery and continued sobriety of individual alcoholics who turn to the Fellowship for help. The way we work is very simple – it is one alcoholic talking to another. AA experience has always been made available freely to all who sought it.
Alone in London is a key service providing advice and support to 16-to-25-year-olds who are at risk of homelessness.