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Useful contacts

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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Provides the Jewish Community with education, face-to-face counselling and support to those affected by sexually transmitted infections.

Address:
  • 2a Dunstan Road
  • London
  • NW11 8AA

The Jennifer Trust is a national charity with 25 years of experience of providing information, support and advice to families and individuals affected by SMA and to professionals involved.

Address:
  • 40 Cygnet Court
  • Timothy's Bridge Road
  • Stratford upon Avon
  • CV37 9NW

Provides caring sheltered housing to improve the quality of life, maximise freedom of choice, respect dignity at all times and help achieve independent living for visually and physically disabled people.

Address:
  • 35 Langstone Way
  • Mill HIll East
  • London
  • NW7 1GT

Health and social care charity for the Jewish Community. Provide residential care and sheltered homes, as well as offering domiciliary services. All services adhere to Jewish religious and dietary laws. Services and activities include: telephone helpline; sheltered, residential and nursing Homes; range of services catering for the physical, mental and social well being of the Jewish Community.

Address:
  • Amelie House
  • Maurice and Vivienne Wohl Campus
  • London
  • NW11 9DQ

Charity which offers specialist help and advice to Deaf, Deafblind and hard of hearing people of all ages and denominations. Service include: HEAR TO HELP in-house hearing aid maintenance service; deaf awareness training; vibrant programme of social, educational and cultural activities; professional guidance on coping with a hearing loss and improving communication; Tinnitus management. Technology & Information resource room has a wide range of specialist equipment on display which people can try for themselves whilst receiving independent professional advice and help in obtaining items needed.

Address:
  • Julius Newman House
  • Woodside Park Road
  • North Finchley
  • N12 8RP

Provide information, advice, support and counselling to Jewish lesbians, gay men, bisexuals, and those unsure of their sexuality. Helpline Mon & Thurs, 7-10pm.

Address:
  • BM JGLG
  • London
  • WC1N 3XX

Provide counselling for anyone under stress or who has a problem with relationships - whether single, married, widowed or divorced; to offer preventative counselling and advice in the form of group discussions for schools, youth clubs, engaged and newly married couples; to hold discussion groups for adults with special needs.

Address:
  • 23 Ravenshurst Avenue
  • London
  • NW4 4EE

Counselling and support for all members of the family who have been bereaved. This is provided by trained voluntary counsellors, who are professionally supervised. Also a resource and information centre. The service is available to all jewish members of the community.

Address:
  • Wembley Synagogue
  • 8-10 Forty Avenue
  • Wembley
  • HA9 8JW

Offer telephone counselling for Jewish women who have experienced domestic violence. Also runs a befriending service for Jewish women and their children experiencing domestic violence. Has a refuge and offers informal counselling support and advice. Helpline open Mon-Thur, 9.30am- 9.30pm.

Address:
  • PO Box 65550
  • London
  • N12 9EG

Provides a range of support to jobseekers and employers, and help is provided to the majority of jobseekers through Jobcentre Plus mainstream services. The online version of Jobcenter Plus has been replaced by Universal Jobmatch (link below) but people requiring telephone help can still contact Jobcentre Plus on the number provided.

Address:

An independent non-political body which funds programmes of research and development in the fields of housing, social care and social policy. Establish partnerships with researchers and innovative practitioners.

Address:
  • The Homestead
  • 40 Water End
  • York
  • YO30 6WP

Aims to raise awareness of depression throughout the country. Provide training, publications and support groups.

Address:
  • 2nd Floor, Derwen House
  • 2 Court Road
  • Bridgend
  • CF31 1BN

Aims to provide children with sports wheelchairs and give an opportunity for participation in sports through help with training and travel to sporting events. Activities include giving children with a disability the opportunity to participate in sports including: marathons, athletics, skiing, rugby, basketball, fencing, tennis and snooker. Also helps with the provision of manual wheelchairs, trikes for children to use every day at home, to go to school and enable them to play with their friends.

Address:
  • 12 Hazel Road
  • Woolston
  • Southampton
  • SO19 7GA

Jumbulance Trust exists to make it possible for severely disabled and sick people to travel on holidays and day outings which for most would be well nigh impossible by any other means.

Address:
  • Delaport Coach House
  • Lamer Lane
  • Wheathampstead, St Albans
  • AL4 8RQ
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