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  1. If you want to visit, please call us on 020 7278 4224 to make an appointment. You will be offered an initial assessment/ advice session with one of our advice team and offered a confidential space to discuss your needs.
    Alone in London is a key service providing advice and support to 16 to 25 year olds who are at risk of homelessness. The service has been supporting young people since 1972 - and became part of Depaul UK in September 2016. Alone in London provides…
  2. Use Checkatrade to find a reputable tradesperson. Checkatrade runs strict background checks on tradespeople before they can become members. Once they join, members agree to have feedback from their customers put online for all to see. Members promise to meet The Checkatrade Standard.No other directory…
  3. FirstStop Advice is an independent, free service offering advice and information for older people, their families and carers about housing and care options in later life. It is led by the charity Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC) working in partnership with other national and local organisations.Our…
  4. 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…
  5. Update 03.08.21: Help on Your Doorstep is open Monday - Friday (excluding bank holidays) from 10am - 4pm. Please contact us by phone or email. We are also able to offer clients face-to-face appointments if necessary. These office appointments have to be pre-booked as our offices are not currently open to drop-in callers. Our Good Neighbours Schemes in Bemerton, Kings Cross (Priory Green estate) and New River Green are running regular activities for local residents. Please go to www.helponyourdoorstep.com/events for more information.
    Help on Your Doorstep aims to improve health and wellbeing of people in Islington, especially those who are vulnerable and isolated. Working with residents we seek to find solutions to the issues which make life difficult, strengthen communities to do more for themselves and enable people to…
  6. Support to foreign national, migrant, asylum seeking and BME women in the UK criminal justice system and their families here or abroad. Services include Welfare and Advocacy in several prisons across the UK, Volunteer Befriending and Resettlement and Reintegration support. International re-settlement programme for woman…
  7. Drop in: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm or phone Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm (Wednesday 8.30am opening)
    If you have a housing problem, are homeless or are facing homelessness, please contact us for advice and support. The Housing Aid Team is the starting point for advice and assistance on preventing or dealing with homelessness for eveyone (including 16 to 17 year olds).…
  8. Accommodation Based Service - Sheltered Housing for older people. The administration of the Sheltered Housing waiting list is managed by the Business Support Team at Circle Anglia. All initial enquiries about making an application for sheltered housing in Islington should be made to the councils…
  9. 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…
  10. Our day centre will be open Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday between 10:30am and 3.30pm (with short closure between 1-1.30pm for cleaning and staff breaks). Monday – 10:30 – 13:00/ 13:30-15:30 Tuesday – CLOSED Wednesday - 11:00 – 13:00/ 13:30-15:30 Thursday – CLOSED Friday – 10:30 – 13:00/ 13:30-15:30 Weekends – CLOSED
    New Horizon Youth Centre provides a range of free services to enable young people to gain skills and knowledge to improve their life chances and help them move from adolescence into adulthood. Services include: Showers Food, clothes and health essentials Housing advice and advocacySupport with…
  11. The ECO Service works with the most needy and vulnerable people in the community. These are people with complex needs. These needs include: Drug and alcohol dependency; mental health; homelessness; Anti-Social behaviour; Fleeing Violence; learning difficulties and immigrations issues. Self referral and referral via professionals.…
  12. Private tenants and landlords now only have to remember one number for all their housing queries. It’s now easier for tenants to get through to the right person for advice about renting a property in the private rented sector, complaints or queries about repairs and…
  13. Refuge is the national charity which provides a wide range of specialist domestic violence services to women and children experiencing domestic violence. On any given day our services support over 2,800 women and children.Refuge's national network of services includes safe emergency accommodation, advocacy, outreach, culturally…
  14. The Regard Partnership provides flexible and personalised support for people with Learning Disabilities, Mental Health needs or Acquired Brain Injuries across more than 120 supported living services and residential care homes in England and Wales. We also operate services for children with Learning Disabilities and…
  15. Sheltered housing schemes are properties especially designed for older people to live in. The schemes are made up of individual self -contained tenancies, and most have communal areas for tenants to socialise in. There is also a 24-hour emergency on-call system and a scheme manager.Who Can Use…