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  1. Formerly National Children's Home, Action for Children provides a wide range of services for vulnerable children, young people and their families. Projects include adoption, fostering and children in care services, targeted services for young people including supported accommodation, family support services including children's centres, parenting support…
  2. Empower Black, minority ethnic and refugee(BAMER) women, particularly South Asian, Turkish or Iranian women who are experiencing domestic Violence, sexual violence & harmful practices with culturally sensitive advice, support and safe housing-enabling them to make positive & appropriate choices for themselves. Provide counseling to women…
  3. Monday to Friday, office hours
    Body and Soul Coronavirus Update Body & Soul is currently providing the following services:   Counselling / Emotional regulation skills sessions over the phone / online to young people at risk of suicide. Remote casework support and befriending service to people of all ages living with HIV Online…
  4. Office Hours: Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 5pm. Each break runs from mid-Monday to mid-Friday every week. (From March to November)
    CHICKS (Country Holidays for Inner City Kids) is a registered charity which provides free respite breaks to disadvantaged children from across the country. The breaks are designed to give children from inner cities, children living in poverty and those from abusive backgrounds, as well as…
  5. Monday to Friday 9am-5pm
    Children Looked After Health Team aims to promote the health of Children Looked After/Young People in line with the requirements of statutes and regulations, in order to ensure that children are happily placed, thrive and achieve their potential. The team provides statutory health assessments, flexible outreach…
  6. Monday to Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm, additional activities run between 5:00pm to 7:00pm during term time and there are some holiday activities.
    The Children's Active Involvement Service (CAIS) is for all children who have social workers, and those Looked After by Islington Children's Social Care and care leavers. This includes children in need, young people in children's homes and foster placements who live in Islington and also…
  7. Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm. The phone line will divert to the Emergency Duty Team at all other times.
    The Children’s Services Contact Team (CSCT) is the single point of contact for all services for children, young people, and families in Islington who may need extra help and support. If you are worried about a child, please phone CSCT first: 020 7527 7400 The…
  8. Monday to Friday 9.30am - 3pm, excluding Bank Holidays
    Family Rights Group Family Rights Group promotes policies and practices that keep children safe within their family and strengthen the family and community networks of those children who cannot live at home.    We campaign for families to have their voice heard, be treated fairly and get help…
  9. Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Sometimes Family Group Conferences are held in the evening or on Saturdays.
    The Family Group Conference (FGC) Service provides independent FGC co-ordinators who work with families and professionals to bring them together in a decision making forum called a Family Group Conference (FGC). The FGC ethos is around empowering children and their families. The emphasis is always…
  10. Just for Kids Law Just for Kids Law’s vision is for all children and young people in the UK to have their legal rights and entitlements respected and promoted, and their voices heard and valued. Our advocates offer tailored, one-to-one support every step of the way. The School Exclusions…
  11. The Keel Project works with families experiencing domestic violence and abuse who are referred to Safeguarding and Family Support in the usual way via the Children’s Services Contact Team (CSCT). CSCT will ascertain whether the Children’s Social Care or Early Help criteria are met as would…
  12. Nightstop London helps low risk young people, aged 16 to 25 who are currently homeless and in need of safe emergency accommodation. We help place young people in the homes of our trained and vetted London volunteers on a night-by-night basis. If you are interested…
  13. School Wellbeing Service The School Wellbeing Service, SWS, is a new service that supports children, young people and families experiencing mild to moderate mental health difficulties such as, worries, anxiety, stress and low mood. The SWS works together with schools and colleges to build on the excellent mental health provisions already available in the borough and is part of a national programme. The SWS aims to improve…
  14. Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm
    School-Home Support (SHS) is a charity working with children and families to maximise educational opportunities and improve life chances. Partnering with schools, local authorities and families, SHS looks beyond the classroom to understand and tackle the issues affecting children's learning. We work with families and…
  15. Office is open 9am to 5pm; drop in is once a month, 9.30am to 5pm
    A fun and creative way for siblings separated in care and adoption to come together for the day, to share a positive experience, learn new skills and have a fun day out within a neutral space. Siblings Together also runs summer residential camps (contact the…
  16. Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service, Cafcass represents children in family court cases, making sure that children's voices are heard. It is independent of the courts, social services, education and health authorities and all similar agencies.