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An-Nisa work with Muslim women and the community. An-Nisa also know there are issues that are unique to the Muslim community and they all work together and to address some of these very important issues. Domestic violence, self esteem, personal development, basic skills, parenting, IT development. Visit the website for more information.  

Anchor offers a place for clients, to see a counsellor, in a safe and confidential setting, in a non-judgemental manner, to explore any difficulty they may be having. They may be experiencing distress or dissatisfaction with life, or a loss of a sense of direction or purpose. Counselling enables choice or change or an opportunity…

Support and advice services for Portuguese speaking communities, including Angolans and Mozambicans. Services also for French speakers. Advice on education and training, employment, benefits, housing, immigration. Support for refugees and asylum seekers. Befriending and visiting for detainees, older members of the community and those who are isolated or have emotional problems. Angolan Civic Communities Alliance…

ASCA is dedicated to supporting individuals, families and the community to overcome alcohol and drug misuse through both prevention and treatment. They offer a range of interventions including counselling, group- work and holistic therapies in our two sites at Richmond and Surbiton. Visit the website for more information. Surbiton- Tel: 020 8339 9899 96 Ditton Road, Surbiton,…

They are a community-based voluntary local organisation whose main objective is to create and sustain positive relationships between adults and young people, whilst improving mutual respect between all generations. The community Street Team achieve this by recruiting and training volunteers who are then able to work alongside young people on the streets, in the parks or…

Aylesbury & District Citizens Advice Bureau (CAB) aim to provide the advice people need for the problems they face and improve the policies and practices that affect people’s lives. The CAB provide free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. Aylesbury CAB value diversity, promote equality and challenge discrimination. Call for advice:…

From the Aylesbury Foodbank website:- “We don’t think anyone in our community should have to face going hungry. That’s why we provide three days’ nutritionally balanced emergency food and support to local people who are referred to us in crisis. We are part of a nationwide network of foodbanks, supported by The Trussell Trust, working…

They support women affected by abuse with the aim of enabling survivors to live fulfilling lives. They aim to create a safe environment in which to do this. Aylesbury Rape Crisis offer: ­ – Counselling ­ – Advocacy ­ – Helpline and Phone Support ­ – Email Support ­ – Befriending and listening ear Visit…

Aylesbury Vale Advocates is a free and friendly advocacy service for adults with mental health issues, learning disabilities, or other communication difficulties. Put simply, advocacy is speaking up for people to ensure that their point of view is put forward and understood. Aylesbury Vale Advocates also aim to encourage those who use their service to…

Aylesbury Vineyard Storehouse Project provides free furniture, household goods, baby equipment, soft furnishings and clothing for people in the Vale of Aylesbury geographical area who struggle financially. One-off food parcels are available for those in dire financial difficulties, usually referred by local support agencies. Free furniture delivery can be provided within 10 miles of central…

Aylesbury Women’s Aid is a charity that was set up in 1986 by a small group of women who were concerned that there was no provision for women being abused by their partners in the Aylesbury area All women with or without children who would like to use the services are welcome regardless of age,…

Baby Basics is a free service providing much needed essentials and equipment to mothers and families who are unable to provide these items for themselves; including but not limited to teenage mums, people seeking asylum, women fleeing domestic abuse and trafficking and those who are struggling to meet the financial and practical burden of looking after a…

Banbury Citizens Advice Bureau provides free, independent, confidential and impartial advice to everyone on their rights and responsibilities. It values diversity, promotes equality and challenges discrimination. Tel: 0844 4 111 444 Address: 26 Cornhill Banbury Oxfordshire OX16 5NG All sessions, including Monday evening session, are drop-in where clients are given a short interview to assess…

The Bank Workers Charity has helped thousands of current and former bank workers, and their families. They have done this by providing information, advice, expert support services and in some cases, financial assistance. They work in partnership with some of the UK’s leading charities to make sure they provide the best support available. They are entirely independent of…

Community Mums & Dads aims to complement the work of professionals through parent to parent support. Confidential, informal and friendly home visiting is available by trained parent volunteers to parents across Reading with children up to 13 years. South Reading Youth & Community Centre, 252 Northumberland Avenue, RG2 7QA. 01189863571