This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out more here.
Main Google Map
Hide Results By Service
Show Results By Postcode
Show Google Map
Close Map

22 Results for - Self-Help Groups - SW17

A 2nd Voice

Autism Parent/Carer Support Group

We are a local group for parents/carers of children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) living in Wandsworth borough & the surrounding areas. The group enables us to give emotional support, signpost to relevant organisations and also offer pastoral care and support, if needed.

Alzheimers Society Tooting Peer Support Group

for people with a dementia diagnosis

Joining a support group can help you feel more confident and less alone, and provides information about helpful services and how to access them. You will meet others dealing with similar issues and feelings.

Certitude

Personalised support in social care

For people with learning disabilities or mental health needs and for their carers and families we can offer: round the clock support to independent living in the community; training and mentoring to build skills and confidence and support in finding fulfilling and reasonably paid employment.

Contact a Family

For Families with disabled children

Contact a Family exists to support the families of disabled children whatever their condition or disability. Our vision is that families with disabled children are empowered to live the lives they want and achieve their full potential for themselves, for the communities they live in and for society.

Hestia Dementia Carers Support Group

Age Activity Centre

DCSG is tailored to provide support for spousal carers and adult children caring for family members

Maria Cooper-Gomes

Holistic Therapist

I am an intuitive and experienced holistic therapist offering Reiki treatments and training, Indian Head Massage, Auricular (ear) Acupuncture, Theta healing and Body Spin Healing.

Positive Parent Action

Acting for disabled children in Wandsworth

We're parents and carers who have come together to champion children and young people (from birth to 25), living in Wandsworth who are affected by disability.

Rethink Mental Illness

Springfield Advocacy Service

A free independent mental health advocacy service for clients in the borough of Wandsworth. Springfield Advocacy Service can help you get your voice heard on issues concerning your treatment or care. We will only act on your instructionshold regular sessions on the wards and do outreach.

S.U.N (Service User Network)

A personality disorder peer support group

S.U.N is a group peer support service which helps people cope with personality disorder and emotional/behavioural difficulties. It aims to help service users feel more supported, less excluded and more empowered.

South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust

Working in partnership with primary care, social care and voluntary organisations we provide high-quality mental health services. The Trust operates from nearly 100 other locations, providing community and hospital psychiatric services to Kingston, Merton, Richmond, Sutton and Wandsworth.

South West London Recovery Café

Hestia’s Recovery Café - Tooting

South West London and St George’s Mental Health Trust have commissioned two Recovery Cafes for residents in South West London. They offer safe, inclusive & welcoming spaces for people who are struggling to cope with their mental health during the evening and weekends when other services maybe closed

South West London Recovery Café

Sunshine Recovery Café - Wimbledon

South West London and St George’s Mental Health Trust have commissioned two Recovery Cafes for residents in South West London. They offer safe, inclusive & welcoming spaces for people who are struggling to cope with their mental health during the evening and weekends when other services maybe closed

Special Needs Family Support

SNFS

Special Needs Family Support offer emotional and practical support to families across London. We work intensively with families through our many services including one to one meetings, home visits, support groups, drop-ins as well as complimenting the local social services.

Stand Up Stand Out

Raising awareness and understanding about albinism

SUSO aims to raise awareness for families and professionals who are living, caring or working with a child/young person with albinism and visual impairment. We need to protect them as well as setting them up for a life of productivity by supporting their educational and medical needs from the start.

SW London Coffee Morning

& Tooting Common Walk

We meet regularly in SW London for a relaxed walk around Tooting Common in South West London, followed by a friendly chat and hot drink at The Imperial Durbar. Supported by Time to Change to help de-stigmatise mental health.

Tooting URC

United Reformed Church

Tooting URC is part of the South West London Group of United Reformed Churches. We are a community focused church committed to engaging with local people and community needs. The church is also, of course, a space for people to explore and deepen their spiritual life - a place to meet with God!

Transition Carers Support Group

Learning Disabilities

This group is for Carers that are or have gone through the transition period from school to adult services aged 18 and over. We meet from 11am - 12.30pm on the last Friday of the month at the Wandsworth MENCAP office in Tooting.

Wandsworth Community Chaplaincy Trust

Wandsworth Community Chaplaincy Trust is a partnership between Wandsworth Prison, its multi-faith chaplaincy and the community. It seeks to develop links in the community to support the resettlement of people released from prison

Wandsworth Mencap

Wandsworth Mencap provides information and support to family and carers of people with learning disabilities. This service is unique in Wandsworth Borough, in that it has gained the trust and confidence of families. It empowers vulnerable carers and people with learning disabilities equally.

Wandsworth Service User Forum

Drug and Alcohol Service User Involvement

The project works in partnership with the Drug and Alcohol (DAAT) commissioners and providers to implement effective service user involvement and the monitoring, design and commissioning of services. Wandsworth Service User Forum (WSUF) facilitate and co-ordinate a borough wide substance misuse user group. The Forum channels issues, concerns and information between service users, providers and strategic groups.

Wandsworth Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Support Group

To Unite & Support Sufferers, Families and Carers

Wandsworth Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Support Group (WSCTSG) is the only organisation to unite and support people with Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia, their families, carers and dependants. Support is greatly needed by everyone and especially those living with a long-term health condition.

WCA

WCA was established in 1991 and became a registered charity in 2005. We manage a number of service user involvement projects, including Healthwatch. Beneficiaries include Mental Health Service Users, Learning Disability groups, People with Addictions, Physical Disability Communities and carers. We serve as a conduit between public service providers and service users.