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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;…

11 - 15 Zip Oyster photocard

Your child needs a valid Oyster photocard to get free travel on buses and trams, to get Travelcard season tickets and pay as you go at child rate. If your child is over 10 years and 11 months and under 16 on 31 August, they wil…

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,…
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5 -10 Zip Oyster photocard

If your child is under the age of 11, they can travel free on most TfL and some National Rail services. They may need a 5-10 Zip Oyster photocard to travel free or at child rate.  Your child only needs a 5-10 Zip Oyster…

16+ Zip Oyster photocard

If you are or your son or daughter is aged 16 or 17,  you can apply for a 16+ Zip Oyster photocard. If eligible, you can get cheaper travel on buses and trams. To be eligible for free bus and tram travel you or your child must live in a London borough. Londoners aged…

Deaf First

Deaf First provide courses specifically for Deaf students, college staff and communication professionals, including British Sign Language (BSL) courses. This service offers support for students who may need: a notetaker; a lipspeaker;

National FGM Centre Website

The National FGM Centre is a partnership between Barnardo’s and the Local Government Association (LGA) to achieve a systems change in the provision of services for girls and women affected by female genital mutilation (FGM). Funded initially by the Department of Education as part of…

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

Respect - Men's Advice Line

Respect Phoneline is a helpline for men who are being, or have been, abused by their partner. This is a free, confidential information and advice helpline for male victims of domestic abuse.They can get emotional support and be signposted to services who will be able…

Families Focussed

Families Focussed is a group for parents living in the London Borough of Wandsworth faced with the challenges and joys of parenting a child or young person diagnosed with ADHD/ADD.  We provide a forum for parents to ask questions and share ideas or current struggles/successes.  Our…