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The Social Prescribing (Self-Care) directory has been created to improve links between health professionals and the voluntary and community sector.
The Association of Ukrainians in Great Britain (AUGB) is the largest representative body for Ukrainians and those of Ukrainian descent in the UK. It exists to develop, promote and support the interests of the Ukrainian community in the UK.
AUGB organises campaigns and events to promote and commemorate aspects of Ukrainian history and culture.
Survivors is a project that will involve women who have been part of an abusive relationship and are re-building their lives with the support of charities and refuges, and the people who work in them.
We successfully ran this project in 2019 in collaboration with Solace, a Women's Aid charity. We are looking to revive this project in 2021/2022.
The choir is being formed as a safe space for these incredible women to be creative, to experience something new, to support their healing journey, to provide comfort in the company of others who have been through similar situations, and as a source of personal growth for them.
Tai Chi is an excellent form of physical activity. It is a combination of physical yoga and meditation, helping improve posture and strength.
We have been successfully holding computer and iPad classes to enable our members to get in touch with the technology that is rapidly shaping our world today.
With the implementation of our new IT system in September 2015, our users will benefit from classes that will:
Enhance their learning and independence at their own pace
Provide the opportunity to be able to keep in contact with friends and relatives both here and abroad using Skype and FaceTime
Free telephone social groups to make friends, chat with and support other blind and partially sighted people.
We promote the well-being of those living and working in South Westminster by providing health, life-long learning, and capacity building/enterprise services. We run projects based both at the Abbey Centre and in the surrounding community. Abbey members can be young, old, lifelong residents or new to the area and activities are often run by and for local people.
The Advocacy Project - We offer free, independent, confidential advocacy and user involvement services for those with mental health issues, a learning disability and older people.
We're here to support you.
We are a free and confidential alcohol service. We'll work with you to create a support plan to help you achieve your goals. We can speak to you other the phone and set up a video call if possible. We are moving back gradually to face to face appointments. Why not attend one of our Zoom Drop-Ins to find out more?
Whether you're looking to stop drinking or just cut down, we're here to help you make changes. If you have issues with the drinking behaviour of someone else close to you, we can support you.
We work with Kosovar Albanian families with young adults, supporting their integration, wellbeing and violence prevention through positive outcomes.
The Guitar Social, offers tuition and a guitar free to vulnerable people. Thomas, the founder is very committed to using music to help people who are isolated. They have classes with visually impaired people, refugees and other vulnerable groups. Since lockdown they have developed a system of 1:1 remote teaching/support.