Useful services located in Merton, to support those who are facing mental health issues.
Personal Independence www.pisupport.org.uk
Personal Independence is an organisation whose mission is to offer professional support, guidance and empowerment to vulnerable women and young people. Utilising the skills of passionate specialist staff and volunteers we are able to offer a range of prepared workshops and programs, as well as individually tailored support packages.
Telephone 020 7195 0333
South Mitcham Community Centre www.southmitchamcommunity.org.uk
South Mitcham Community Centre offers a full schedule of activities and services for the community. Activities include: education, training and emotional and physical wellbeing.
African Educational Cultural Health Organisation (AECHO)
Assists newly settled Africans and others to integrate positively into British society through: advice on education, employment opportunities, socio/micro enterprise, parenting, counselling and advocacy. Also community based projects involving all sections of the community to promote good relations
For more information contact Hannah Neale on 020 8648 5405
Supported Volunteer Centre www.volunteercentremerton.org.uk
Access to mainstream volunteering for people who face barriers due to disabilities or mental health distress/illness. This enables people to build positive skills, confidence and encourage social contact in a fun and rewarding way.
Telephone 02086407355 or Marcella.firstname.lastname@example.org
MIND offers a talk to us Helpline, campaigns on issues people face as well as Information about a range of mental health treatment and support.
St Marks Family Centre www.stmarkscentre.co.uk
St. Mark’s Family Centre is a thriving, lively community organisation in the heart of Mitcham, meeting the needs, hopes and aspirations of our community in all of its vibrant diversity and cultural richness.
Support for people with learning difficulties : Mencap is the leading voice of learning disability. Everything we do is about valuing and supporting people with a learning disability, and their families and carers.
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