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Sydenham Garden
We provide gardening and creative opportunities for co-workers (the name the project gives to our primary beneficiaries) referred from over 30 community organisations and health sector agencies. We have developed an integrative approach where those with different degrees of mental and physical ill health come together with volunteers and members of the local community. This approach aims to reduce exclusion and the prejudice which fuels continuing lack of opportunity for many of our beneficiaries.
Talk to Frank
FRANK is a national drug education service jointly established by the Department of Health and Home Office of the British government in 2003. You can find out everything you want to know about drugs, like what effects they have and what the law says.
Talking Therapies Southwark
Talking Therapies Southwark (also known as Southwark Psychological Therapies Service) provide a range of treatments to help people improve their psychological well being without the need for more specialist treatment.
Tavistock Relationships
Whether you are single or in a relationship, come with your partner or alone – are gay, lesbian, bisexual, heterosexual or transgender – are married or, in a civil partnership, living together or apart, Tavistock Relationships are here to help you with whatever issues you may have. They find that people usually feel greatly relieved and happier having had a chance to talk through things that may have been bothering them for some time.
Thames Reach
Thames Reach supports homeless, vulnerable and isolated men and women through a range of services, activities and accommodation projects. Our aim is for the people we help to have decent homes, supportive relationships and fulfilling lives.
The African Women’s Welfare Association (AWWA)
The African Women’s Welfare Association (AWWA) is a charity working with disadvantaged and marginalised African women and children in the UK. Since 1985, the organisation has provided vital frontline support to women under trauma related to bereavement, homelessness, mental ill health in the family, separation, domestic violence and immigration matters.
The Chinese Information and Advice Centre (CIAC)
The Chinese Information and Advice Centre (CIAC) was established in 1982. We are a UK charity offering free legal advice and support to disadvantaged Chinese people in our community living in the UK.
The Doctors
The Doctors' Support Network (DSN) is a fully confidential, friendly self-help group for doctors with mental health concerns.
The Haven
The Haven is a Registered Care Home which is a sanctuary for 26 men with long-term alcohol dependency. Many of our residents have experience of street homelessness and many have suffered from untreated illnesses and injuries, as well as the long term effects of poor diet and the mental health conditions associated with chronic alcoholism. The Haven provides a stable environment where our residents can make positive changes in their health, well-being and personal lives.
The Haven (South London)
The Havens are specialist centres in London for people who have been raped or sexually assaulted. We’re here to help you if you have been raped or sexually assaulted in the past 12 months.
The Listening Place
Face-to-face support for those who feel life is no longer worth living.

The Listening Place offers a warm and welcoming environment; somewhere that individuals can talk openly about their feelings without being judged or being given advice. They provide on-going support from trained non-judgemental volunteers, which can continue over a number of weeks if this is appropriate.
The Maypole Project
The Maypole Project provides a lifeline of support for children with complex medical needs and their whole family. We support many children with life threatening, life limiting illnesses and their families every year across South East London. The Maypole Project provides unique emotional support that is ongoing, flexible, responsive, professional and confidential. Each family is supported by one of our key workers who are specifically trained and supervised to offer emotional support, which ranges from befriending to counselling or therapy. This can be offered to whole families, one to one, couples, groups, and also extends into provision of information, advice and advocacy.
The Mini Cooking Club
The Mini Cooking Club is a charity that provides educational cooking workshops across London communities. We work with other charities to offer a safe and fun environment to build skills and confidence in the kitchen. Our mission is to spread a love of cooking and encourage understanding of nutrition and healthy food choices, in order to create a more informed, happier, healthier and more sustainable society.
The Minster Centre
The Minster Centre provides professional training in counselling and psychotherapy, and a range of community-based therapy services. Minster Centre trained counsellors and psychotherapists specialise in working with adults who may be suffering from a variety of emotional difficulties.
The Mix
The Mix connect young people to experts and peers, who’ll provide the support and tools needed to take on challenges – for everything from homelessness to finding a job, from money to mental health, from break-ups to drugs.
The National Autistic society
The National Autistic Society is the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. We provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism. We currently support 100,000 people a year. We know we make a positive difference to their lives and we want to do the same for even more of the 700,000 people in the UK living with autism.
The Nunhead Surgery
We are very pleased to welcome you to The Nunhead Surgery. Our aim is to help and encourage you and your family to lead healthy lives and to care for you when you are ill.
The Royal British Legion
The Royal British Legion is the UK's leading Armed Forces charity. Whether it's families coping with the loss of a loved one, help at home to adapt to independent living, recovery centres for injured personnel, money and careers advice or residential care: we are here to help. They provide practical care, advice and support to serving members of armed forces, veterans of all ages and their families.
Three Cs
Three Cs stands for 'Control and Choice in the Community' for people with learning disabilities and/or mental health challenges. They sell services to individuals on personal budgets or through direct payments.
Thrive
Thrive uses gardening to bring about positive changes in the lives of people living with disabilities or ill health, or who are isolated, disadvantaged or vulnerable. This therapy is known as social and therapeutic horticulture - the process of working with plants to improve physical and psychological health, and communication and thinking skills. It is also uses the garden as a safe and secure environment in which to develop an individual’s ability to socialise, make friends, and gain practical skills that make them more independent and self-reliant.