A community resource centre (previously known as Cricklewood Homeless Concern) based in Cricklewood that provides advice and support on a range of issues. These include homelessness, training, employment and health.
Also they run a Dementia Peer Support Project that is suitable for people living with dementia who have capacity to engage in a peer support role, as well as a Dementia Café.
A specialist women’s organisation that provides support to Black, Minority, Ethnic and Refugee women and children. The Centre provides free, confidential and professional services to women and children through provisions of advice and information, counselling, advocacy, outreach and support groups and services.
Provide a confidential service for individuals who request bereavement counselling or related advice. The service is free to any Brent resident of whatever age or ethnic group and is provided by trained voluntary bereavement counsellors.
Provide a range of services for the local Indian community. Advice and casework in community care, employment, housing, immigration, welfare benefits, disability, older and young people’s issues. Social and cultural activities.
Library books delivered to your door. This service is for people of all ages who find it difficult to get to a library due to a disability, age related problems, ill-health, caring responsibilities or similar.
Brent SENDIASS is funded by Brent Council and a grant from the Department for Education.
Its role is to empower parents and families of children with SEND to have the confidence and ability to take an active and informed role in their children’s education. They offer impartial and confidential advice, separate from the council, covering educational matters, social care and health entitlements.
Brent Mind is part of “Brent, Wandsworth and Westminster Mind”, and they provide a range of services for Brent residents living with a mental health problem. These services include:
Talking Therapies, Mother Tongue Counselling, Community Befriending, Recovery Day Services, Support into Education, Training, Volunteering and Work, Peer Development and Support, Supported Housing, Service User Involvement, Young People’s Services, Creative Arts and Community Training.
Help people to resolve their money, legal and other problems by providing free, independent, confidential and impartial advice regardless of their backgrounds or circumstances.
Also, they offer information, advice and guidance for Deaf people living in Brent. For more information on this service call or text 07467 914132 or minicom 0845 688 2527 (email address: email@example.com).
Previously known as the “Friends of African/Caribbean Carers and Sufferers of Dementia”. Support carers and people living with dementia among the African/Caribbean and other Black Minority Ethnic communities.
Elders Voice provide practical and social services to the older people in the Borough.
This includes an Accident Prevention Service help keep vulnerable people safe and secure in their homes. The service can carry out basic repairs, improvements and adaptations such as electrical, carpentry and plumbing jobs. For more information please contact Louise Mackenzie on 020 8206 7506 (or firstname.lastname@example.org).
We will be closed for the Christmas and New Year holidays from 1pm on Friday 20 December 2019, and will re-open on Thursday 2nd January 2020 at 9am.
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous 2020
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