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  1. Foyers are integrated learning and accommodation centres providing safe and secure housing, support and training for young people aged 16 - 25. With over 140 Foyers operating in urban and rural communities throughout the UK, the Foyer Network provides safe, quality assured environments where experts reconnect around 10,000…
  2. Minerva Lodge is a supported living service for nine people with learning disabilities and autism, aged from their 30s to their 70s, each of whom live in their own flat. The centre has great communal areas, and everyone meets regularly to socialise – including a…
  3. Monday to Wednesday 10am to 5pm. Thursday - Classes only.
    Coronavirus update: One True Voice are currently providing the following services: Arabic, Swahili, Somali and English speaking telephone advice - 10am to 3pm Monday to Thursday Contact the case officer on 020 7998 5746  Usual Service: One True Voice was set up in January 2010…
  4. Weekly drop-in for homeless people and those who are socially isolated or lonely, offering food (light snacks, tea, soup, sandwiches), a change of clothes and somewhere to spend time. Limited counselling, advice and information also available. Entrance costs 50 pence. Open Mondays 10am to 12pm.…
  5. Open Tuesday and Thursday 11am to 2pm
    SPaRC is based in Swiss Cottage but reaches many other parts of the surrounding areas. SPaRC is an open and welcoming space for refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants to meet and socialize. We run many different activities for you to get involved in, such as…
  6. 73 Mildmays is one of three extra care housing schemes located in the heart of Islington which are owned and operated by Notting Hill Genesis. We offer homes for older people who live independently with an agreed package of support and an overnight emergency staffing in…
  7. The Manna is St Stephen's project to improve the quality of life of vulnerable people in the area by providing a strong community to belong to, and by offering practical, emotional and spiritual support.  The Manna has become a home to people struggling with addiction, loneliness,…
  8. We are a small charity and the office is only staffed part-time. The best time to contact us is Tuesdays, Wednesdays, or Thursday afternoons. Please email or leave a message on our answer machine if we are not available.
    Caris Islington logo Coronavirus Update: CARIS bereavement counselling for adults 020 7281 5200 and emails can be sent to info@carisislington.org   ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Usual Service: Caris Islington is a registered charity which runs two projects in Islington: a Bereavement Counselling Service for adults, children and young people, and a Cold Weather…
  9. Advice line is available: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, from 10am – 1pm. Tuesday, from 2pm to 5pm.Drop-in surgeries take place from 2pm -3.30pm at the following venuesMonday: Contemporary Urban Centre, 13a Great Chapel Street, W1F 8FL Wednesday: Origin Housing, St Richards House,110 Eversholt Street NW11BS Thursday: THT Lighthouse South, 14-15 Lower Marsh, Waterloo, SE1 1BS
    A housing service providing supported accommodation for 41 LGBT people aged between 16 and 25; housing advice to LGBT people of any age through a weekday helpline and drop-in surgeries; floating support to LGBT people of any age at the request of clients in receipt…