Albert Kennedy Trust
Supports LGBT 16-25 year olds who are made Homeless
Every day we deal with the effects homelessness can have on young people's lives. The Albert Kennedy Trust is here to help you if you are: - 25 or under - Are (or think you might be) LGBT - Homeless or living in crisis - Living in a violent , hostile or abusive home
Centre for Resolution
Centre for Resolution provides Mediation, Advocacy, Coaching and Mentoring. We are passionate about providing support for individuals and organisations. Giving clients control of the way in which they receive support not only empowers them but also provides them with true independence and autonomy.
Citizens Advice Wandsworth
Community Legal Advice Charity
Citizens Advice Wandsworth provides information, advice and support to local people to enable them to manage their affairs and live independent and resilient lives. We also work to improve the policies and practices that affect people's lives.
Contact a Family
For Families with disabled children
Contact a Family exists to support the families of disabled children whatever their condition or disability. Our vision is that families with disabled children are empowered to live the lives they want and achieve their full potential for themselves, for the communities they live in and for society.
Fresh Start Housing
Housing and housing support for homeless people
Fresh Start Housing is an independent charity, providing housing (private, rented sector ) and support to homeless, jobless people who are single and over 35. If you are a charity, NGO etc, please refer people to us via the Registration tab on our web site www.freshstarthousing.org.uk
Fuel Poverty Drop-In Centre
fuelbanks and families
fuelbanks and families are running a new drop-in centre to reach more families in need within the community. We can offer a one-off £49 PayPoint voucher which is accepted on all prepayment meters. We help families with children aged 18 or under living at home. Tuesdays 10am-12pm.
Hestia Domestic Violence Service
Empowering people, changing lives
Hestia gives practical support with finding permament housing and accessing financial support, healthcare and education. We help with the difficult emotions that surviving domestic violence can cause and support individual mothers to rebuild their self-confidence and improve their skills as a parent
Home for Good
Home for Good recognises that homelessness is a trauma and empowers people to move on from their homelessness experience by helping them to settle in their new home. The project uses structured befriending and community support to reduce social isolation, build resilience and thereby prevent return
Merton and Wandsworth Asylum Welcome
We aim to relieve poverty and distress by supporting refugees, asylum seekers and newly arrived migrants in South London. We provide weekly drop-in centres, advocacy and youth support services. We also work with local and strategic partners to represnt the needs of refugees and asylum seekers.
London & South East
Sanctuary Housing provides quality affordable homes and services to residents. We aim to provide good quality homes that meet the needs of the diverse communities in which we work. we recognise that we are in a position to play a key role in helping to develop successful and sustainable communities.
South London HIV Partnership
Services for People with HIV
The South London HIV Partnership is a group of services working together to complement the work of clinic staff and other HIV services, so you can get the best free information advice and support when you need it. We provide: - Advice and advocacy - Counselling - Health information - Peer Support
Housing our Future
SpaceMax is a team of local architects, carpenters and practical people who act as a volunteer 'Handymen-and-women' service for tenants of council housing in London. The aim of the project is for the families to work together with local experts to Maximize the SPACE in their homes.
Springfield Law Centre
South West London and St George's Mental Health Trust
Springfield Law Centre is an independent charity open to patients of the South West London and St George's (Mental Health) Trust, their relatives and carers. The Law Centre provides specialist legal advice on housing matters.
Wandsworth wellbeing is a free service that supports Wandsworth residents aged 55 and over to live independently at home. We work with the NHS, social services, carers and relatives, and other agencies to offer practical assistance so our customers can manage their health and wellbeing.
YOUth Legal and Resource Centre
Free independent legal advice for young people under 25
YOUth Legal's aim is to improve the quality of life of vulnerable Young People in South West London by making available independent, free legal advice in social welfare law, to young people with a focus on those with disabilities, mental health issues, care leavers and carers.