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Action on Elder Abuse (AEA) works to protect, and prevent the abuse of, vulnerable older adults. Visit their website for more information on the services they offer. Their confidential Freephone helpline provides information, advice and support to victims and others who are concerned about or have witnessed abuse. UK Helpline: 080 8808 8141 Email: enquiries@elderabuse.org.uk Action…

They aim to help you to make informed decisions about the support you receive and the choices available so that you can remain as independent and active as possible. For more information visit the Adult Social Care web page. Phone: 020 8891 7971 Minicom: 18001 020 8891 7971 Email: adultsocialservices@richmond.gov.uk The Access team is open…

Compassion. Companionship. Connections. Care Angels is a Befriending Project for Older People and Vulnerable Adults in Guildford Borough. Care Angels is managed by the Communities Engagement team of the Diocese of Guildford, The Church of England, and welcomes volunteers of any faith or no faith. Our aim is to help make local communities more accepting and…

The Sutton Gateway provides a single point of access for vulnerable people to access supported housing and/or community based floating support services. Some people are vulnerable because of mental ill health, others because of substance misuse or simply because support is needed to live independently and learn the skills needed to manage a tenancy.  Many…

Hestia works in partnership with service users and local communities; to empower vulnerable people across London so that they can make positive changes in their lives. They provide support in various areas including: Domestic abuse Anti-human trafficking Mental health Older peoples’ services Young peoples’ services Physical and learning disabilities Drug and alcohol problems For more information on…

The Sutton Floating Support Service offers support to people living within the area south of Sutton. The service supports people over the age of 18 and is aimed at individuals who are experiencing a range of problems accessing or maintaining accommodation in their local community. It also supports customers to develop and improve their ability…

KAG Advocacy is a not-for-profit charity that helps vulnerable people have a say in decisions that affect them and how they live their lives. They do this by providing independent advocacy support at no direct cost to individuals. Advocacy is provided by their specialist employed staff and trained volunteers. They provide a wide range of…

Look Ahead supports around 8,000 people across London and the South East each year. People who for a variety of reasons may need some extra support to achieve their goals, realise their dreams and live independently. They provide specialist support and care services that help their customers to achieve positive change and move forward with…

Ross Road and Queens Road – This floating support service helps customers who are experiencing difficulty in maintaining their tenancy. Staff provide customers with tools and skills so that they can ultimately manage their tenancy independently. Support includes financial management advice and support identifying education, training, employment and voluntary work opportunities. Customers can apply directly…

P3 Charity, Slough Floating Support Services offers successful and lasting routes out of social exclusion and homelessness by operating a variety of effective services. Their main aim is to give people the practical skills and self esteem that they need to sustain an independent and self sufficient lifestyle, by providing opportunities and support to help vulnerable…

Reading Adult Contact Team is the first line of contact for people wishing to access adult social care services for older people and adults with disabilities. The online directory of services includes information about advice, care, and support services for adults. 0118 937 3747 http//www.reading.gov.uk/residents/care-and-support-for-adults/directory-of-care-and-support-services/

Richmond Users Independant Living Scheme (Ruils) is an independent grassroots organisation that is user run and led by its peers the people who use its services. They support individuals to live independently in their community. They also act as the champion, representative and peer supporter for anyone who requires their services. They aim to ensure…

Many adults rely on other people because of their age, disability, illness or frailty to assist them in their day to day living. Vulnerable adults may be at risk in their own home, in residential or nursing care, in day care or in hospital – often from people they know such as a relative, friend…

Reading Street Outreach Team provides an outreach service on the streets of Reading to help move people off the streets by providing support, advice and referrals around housing, health, drug and alcohol use. Visit their website for more information. Self referrals, agency referrals and referrals by general public/businesses. Via phone call and email. Drop in…