Penrose has been providing help and support for ex-offenders and people with mental illness for over 40 years. We provide thousands of support interventions every year. Involving service users and their families wherever possible in service delivery, our recidivism rate is 8.8% compared to a national average of 39.3% (MOJ: 2010). Our aim is to ensure Penrose service users can lead offence-free, independent lives.
The Philadelphia Association was founded in 1965 by RD Laing and others to challenge accepted ways of understanding and treating mental and emotional suffering.
PLUS is a registered charity which offers residential, respite, leisure and employment services for adults with learning disabilities in south east London. PLUS recognises and celebrates the uniqueness of every individual with a learning disability. Our work enables personal growth, encouraging each person’s voice to be clearly heard in decision-making and lifestyle choices. We aim to provide the standards of service and support which we would choose for ourselves or those close to us.
PCC are a registered charity offering a range of services to support the Lusophone community integrate into UK life and work. Their primary aim is to improve the economic wellbeing and quality of life of the Portuguese speakers in Lambeth and surrounding areas. They offer a range of services including welfare and social support. adult learning, health and wellbeing and employment services.
We are a General Practice (GP) providing Health Care in Elephant and Castle. We are committed to healthcare and aim to provide the best possible service to all of our patients.
RADAR comprises of a range of services in Southwark working together to reduce crime. It provides intensive support for offenders (not on probation licence) with addiction, housing, relationship, benefits & debt advice, problem solving, mental & physical health, education and training to help avoid offending in the future.
Recovery in Action aims to reduce the social isolation experienced by people with mental health issues, living within our inner city communities. Through a structured programme of group work and tailored one-to-one support the project enables participants to identify and achieve personal goals, work towards better social integration and develop pathways to a healthier, more positive and sustainable life experience.
The Refugee Council is one of the leading charities in the UK working directly with refugees, and supporting them to rebuild their lives. We also speak up for refugees using our direct work as an evidence base, and ensure refugees have a stronger and more influential voice in decisions that will affect them.
Release believes in a just and fair society where drug policies should reduce the harms associated with drugs, and where those who use drugs are treated based on principles of human rights, dignity and equality.
Resources for Autism provide practical services for children and adults with an autistic spectrum condition and for their families and carers. All staff and volunteers are autism trained and services are designed to be welcoming and accepting of users whatever their level of need and support. We are constantly developing new projects and are always happy to hear from anyone who would like a tailored provision from us.
We aim to make a real difference to people with learning disabilities by providing effective and flexible support to help them to improve their lives. Respond exists in order to lessen the effect of trauma and abuse on people with learning disabilities their families and supporters.
The Rethink Advice and Information Service (RAIS) is a unique source of detailed advice which covers a wide range of mental health problems.
Based accross numerous sites, Saffronlands Homes was first established in 1982 to provide care for the elderly. Since then the organisation has grown and diversified. Our care capabilities now extend to many categories of care and support including challenging behavioural issues and complex needs.
Talk to us any time you like, in your own way, and off the record – about whatever’s getting to you.
SANE provides emotional support and information to anyone affected by mental illness, including families, friends and carers.
Self injury Support (formerly Bristol Crisis Service for Women) is a national organisation that supports girls and women affected by self-injury or self-harm.
Self Management UK are here to help you manage your long-term health condition better by yourself. They aim to give you the tools, skills and support you need to improve your wellbeing. Self Management UK's free course is for patients living with one or more long-term health conditions. The self-management programme will give you practical solutions, tools and techniques so that you can better manage your condition on a daily basis.
The Seroxat User Group was set up by UK patients using the GlaxoSmithKline medication, Seroxat, to provide support and advice to users of the medication, and to their families and friends. We are a self-funding, non profit making group. Our web site contains information about the aims of the group, as well as research and articles on the effects of Seroxat.
Share works with disabled people who need extra help and support in order to achieve their potential and realise their dreams and aspirations. We provide training, education, employability, and personal development programmes for people, including those with long-term health conditions, physical/sensory impairments, mental health needs, or learning disabilities.
Last year we answered over 128,000 calls for help, gave over 65,000 people advice and support through our face-to-face services and had over 4 million people visit our advice pages online.