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Useful organisations

This section of DLF Data contains details of numerous voluntary organisations, Government agencies, support groups and other contacts that may be useful to older and disabled people and their carers. If you find any information that is incorrect please email Data Services to let us know which 'Contact' is incorrect and what information needs changing. If you would like to be added to the database please complete these questions.

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Counselling

Aims to be the leading professional body for counselling and psychotherapy and an automatic reference point for anyone seeking information on counselling and psychotherapy in the UK. Promotes education and training for counsellors. Assists subscribers and is also committed to listening to the needs of those it seeks to support.

Address:

  • BACP House
  • 15 St John's Business Park
  • Lutterworth
  • LE17 4HB

Helps children and families in crisis within the community. Range of services include: adoption and fostering; counselling; family therapy; child psychotherapy; play groups and after-school groups. Homeless teams offer practical assistance to refugees, families living in bed and breakfast accommodation and the travelling community.

Address:

  • 73 St Charles Square
  • London
  • W10 6EJ

  • Telephone: 020 8969 5305
  • Fax: 020 8960 1464

Provides information, support and counselling for anyone who has a disfigurement (and their families). Runs social skill training workshops and regional events around the UK. Publishes a number of practical self help style booklets.

Address:

  • The Squire Centre
  • 33-37 University Street
  • London
  • WC1E 6JN

Aims to address the needs of people with dementia and their carers both in the community and in residential settings, by providing one-to-one support, advice and counselling. Activities include help with obtaining professional assessment, support service, welfare benefits and relief care.

Address:

  • 2nd Floor, Resource for London
  • 356 Holloway Road
  • London
  • N7 6PA

Aims to offer advice, support and counselling to people who suffer from phobias, general anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorders (OCD) and tranquilliser withdrawal, and their carers.

Address:

  • 1 Taylor Close
  • Kenilworth
  • CV8 2LW

Aims to provide information and support for anyone at high risk of premature coronary heart disease, especially families with familial hypercholesterolemia. Promotes the early detection and preventative counselling of families prone to premature coronary heart disease.

Address:

  • 7 North Road
  • Maidenhead
  • SL6 1PE

Provides relationship counselling and marriage preparation courses.

Address:

  • Bishops Park House
  • 25-29 Fulham High Street
  • London
  • SW6 3JH

Aims to support people with ME/CFS/PVFS, providing information and support on ME related problems, staffed by trained volunteers with personal experience of ME.

Address:

  • 7 Apollo Office Court
  • Radclive Road
  • Gawcott
  • MK18 4DF

Aims to help the suicidal and despairing people in London and in large part of the UK. Minicom numbers: 01204 531122 based in Bolton 0208 780 2521 based in Putney (National number for text telephone) E-Mail numbers: jo@samaritans.org - for callers who are happy for their names to be known samaritans@anon.twwells.com - for callers who wish to remain anonymous

Address:

  • The Upper Mill
  • Kingston Road
  • Ewell
  • KT17 2AF

Counselling, support, advice and information to women and girls facing rape and other violence. Campaigning for resources for prevention and recovery from assault, and for changes to the legal system. Publications (including on audio tape). Women with disabilities are active in WAR which has highlighted the vulnerability of women with disabilities to violence. Postal Enquiries to PO Box 287, London, NW6 5QU.

Address:

  • Crossroads Women's Centre
  • 230A Kentish Town Road
  • London
  • NW5 2AB

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