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Havering Citizens Advice Bureau

At Havering Citizens Advice Bureau we can give you free, confidential, impartial and independent advice and information on a wide range of subjects, regardless of your race, sex, disability or sexuality. We can help and work with you: to sort out any debt worries to claim any of the benefits you may be entitled to […]

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Walter Boyce Wellbeing Hub Brentwood

The Walter Boyce Wellbeing Hub supports adults with learning disabilities. Around 30 customers a day attend the centre as well as a number of customers with more profound learning disabilities who attend the specialist unit providing higher levels of care. The centre aims to increase customers’ confidence, self esteem and expectations by supporting them to […]

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Young people’s drug and alcohol service from Wize Up

We’re a free and confidential drug and alcohol service for young people aged between 10 and 18. We won’t judge and we won’t tell you what to do. We are here to listen and to support you to make the positive changes that you want. We have a highly skilled team with many years’ experience […]

Find a counsellor near you with the Counselling Directory

When you are going through a difficult time, it can be very easy to keep your worries to yourself and believe that you are the only one experiencing such painful feelings. While we all have our own ways of coping, information and support can make a huge difference. Counselling Directory was set up by a […]

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Queen’s Hospital and King George’s Hospital

BHRUT (Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Trust) run two hospitals – King George Hospital in Goodmayes and Queen’s Hospital in Romford. Our vision is to provide outstanding healthcare to our community, delivered with PRIDE. For more information about visiting our hospital, click on the information below: visiting hospital hospital inpatients hospital passports patient advice and […]

Visit Care Point

Havering Care Point is a service provided by Family Mosaic, in partnership with Havering Council, that aims to help you understand your options when it comes to health and social care. We hope our website tells you everything you need to know about care and support – but there may be times when you want […]

Find care and support for older people with Getting Informed

Lots of people find that they need more help or support as they get older. This can include practical support, such as help with shopping or keeping the home clean and tidy, or personal care, such as help with bathing and dressing. Such help can be provided in the person’s own home, or elsewhere. Unlike […]

Moving forward group with Solace Women’s Aid

The Moving Forward Group is a 7 week psycho-educational programme for women over 16 who have experienced any form of domestic and/or sexual violence. It aims to provide some first steps on the road to recovery from domestic and/or sexual abuse. The groups will give you: the opportunity to explore and understand the impact of […]

The Partially Sighted Society (Havering Branch)

The Partially Sighted Society (Havering Branch) has been representing the visually impaired community within the Havering area for nearly 40 years. It has grown from a very small group to currently two groups meeting at Yew Tree Resource Centre in Romford. Social evenings Our monthly social evenings include entertainment such as live music, speakers, quizzes […]

Services from Reed Community Care

We, at Reed Community Care, aim to offer genuinely effective and professional support services, to help those who wish to stay in their own homes, and their own communities, to do just that. In particular, our skills and expertise are available to people of all ages and abilities, as we can facilitate their independence and […]

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