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Love to Learn

Love to Learn offers support and advocacy to families with children and young people from refugee backgrounds.  We are working towards a future in which all young people fulfil their educational potential and do well, feel confident and enjoy learning. Services include: Homework and…

Stop It Now

Stop it now is a campaign run by child protection charity Lucy Faithfull Foundation. They work with children across London by delivering community based training to professionals, parents and carers.For anyone who cares for or works with children or young people.

Stop Hate UK

Stop Hate UK is a charity that provides independent and confidential support to people affected by Hate Crime. Hate Incidents are those which are perceived to be motivated by hostility based on Race, Faith, Disability, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity and other forms…

Stonewall Housing

Stonewall Housing are a specialist LGBT housing advise and support provider. This service can provide support for LGBT in their own homes. This service is for any LGBT people. The service offers: supported housing for young LGBT people; confidential advice to LGBT people of…

Step Change

Step Change's website and helpline offer tailored advice and practical solutions to help you manage debt and make a fresh start. The Step Change website is for anyone affected by the issues surrounding debt.  The website can help you with:

Cerebra

Cerebra is a charity set up to help improve the lives of children and young people with brain related conditions through research, education and directly supporting the children and their carers. Cerebra's website and telephone helpline aims to help all children up to the…

Remark! Living

Remark! Living are a deaf-led organisation who work with deaf British Sign Language (BSL) users who may require some extra support. They provide the following services: specialist support (mental health, physical disability) to encourage people to remain in their own homes

Al-Aman at DVIP

Al-Aman means ‘safety’ in Arabic. DVIP’s Al-Aman Project works with Arabic-speaking communities in London. We support women who experience domestic violence, and their children; and we work with men to end their violent and abusive behaviour.  We support Arabic-speaking women and men to use

Stay Put, Stay Safe Scheme

The "Stay Put, Stay Safe" scheme is for people at risk of homelessness because of domestic violence. Under the scheme the council will install a number of measures to secure your home and improve your personal security. The scheme is voluntary and open to; council tenants,…

Youth Employment Project

The Youth Employment Project (Y.E.P) support 18-24 year olds who are not in education, employment or training (NEET), to find further education, employment or apprenticeships / training. To be eligible, young people will also need to be one of the following: a young carer;…