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NCT - Balham, Battersea & Clapham branch

Local branch of the UK's largest charity for parents

We offer support, information and friendship during the first 1000 days of parenthood through our antenatal & postnatal courses, workshops, regular activities & events. We can help you meet a network of local parents and gain practical and emotional support for your journey.

No Panic

Helping you break the chains of anxiety disorders

No Panic is the National Organisation for Panic, Anxiety Neuroses, Information and Care. We provide information and advice for the carers of and people with Panic, Anxiety, Phobias, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders and the effects of Tranquiliser withdrawal.

Novus Homeshare

The London Carers Consortium

Homeshare is a service that matches people who want help or support around the house with people who need accommodation and are willing to help at least 10 hours a week. Homeshare is an affordable service and we cover all areas of London within the M25

Off the Streets Youth Club

by S.T.O.R.M Empowerment

Off the Streets is our free weekly Youth Club. It offers a range of activities and classes for young people.

Older People's Lunch Club

Katherine Low Settlement

Our Lunch Club offers a social atmosphere and healthy lunches for up to 30 people! Available every Wednesday & Thursday

Opening Doors London

Information & Support to LGBT people over 50

The Opening Doors London project, led by Age UKCamden, provides a range of services and activities for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) people over 50 in London.

OvercomeMH

Overcoming Mental Illness Together

OvercomeMH offer a peer support service to people suffering with mental illness and their carers. We provide nationwide telephone and email support, as well as home visits to clients in the Wandsworth and Croydon areas. We also provide free visits to inpatients on psychiatric wards.

Parkinson's UK Wandsworth Branch

Change attitudes. Find a cure. Join Us

We offer information, friendship and support to local people with Parkinson's, their families and carers. We also organise regular events and social activities. Join us - and meet other people affected by Parkinson's in your area

Paul's Cancer Support Centre

Cancer support services

Paul's Cancer Support Centre provides a range of services for people affected by cancer, their family and friends. Our services can be used at any stage - from diagnosis, through treatment and afterwards. We offer support, information and complementary therapies (massage, reflexology, counselling, hypnotherapy, etc)to our clients. If you want to access our services, call the Centre on 020 7924 3924 to arrange an initial appointment. We are only 10 minutes walk from Clapham Junction station.

Positive Parenting and Children (PPC)

Positive Parenting and Children is the UK's longest-running charity supporting children and families living with HIV and AIDS. Since 1987 we have worked with hundreds of families, providing practical support to parents and children in their own homes and in their local communities.

Proud Parents

Free2B Alliance support group for parents of LGBTQ children

A monthly group offering information, advice and support to parents of children who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or children who are going through a process of questioning their sexuality & / or gender. We meet the first Monday of every month in the Clapham Junction 6-8pm

Putney wellbeing friends

Befriending/signposting for common mental health problems

Support from a team of local volunteers trained in Mental Health First Aid for those with common mental health problems such as anxiety and depression seeking self-help therapies. Information on self-referral courses, books on prescription and immediate online help via www.wandsworthccg.nhs.uk/hub

Putney Womens Institute - WI

Inspiring Women

Are you looking to make friends and learn something new? The WI group in Putney is a place where likeminded women can gather to network, share experiences, and just have fun! We meet on the third Monday of each month, 7.30pm at the Captain Cook Pub, Putney.

Regenerate

Transformation; from the inside out

Regenerate works with young people and families in Roehampton and estates across London, helping transform lives and communities from the inside out.

Respond

from hurting to healing

Respond exists in order to lessen the effect of trauma and abuse on people with learning disabilities, their families and supporters. We work with children and adults with learning disabilities who have experienced abuse or trauma, as well as those who have abused others.

Richmond in Europe Association

Promoting sporting, cultural and educational links across Europe

The borough of Richmond is twinned with Fontainebleau in France and Konstanz in Germany. The Richmond in Europe Association works with Richmond Council to promote sporting, cultural and educational links and exchanges between the 3 towns & surrounding areas.

Roehampton Base

Youth Club - Putney Heath

Our Youth Club offers young people (13-19 years) a place where young people can go to learn, have fun and relax. As well as socialising and using the clubs resources, we offer young people workshops, courses, advice and guidence to help them stay in education, training and employment.

Roehampton Youth Centre

Youth Club - Roehampton

The Roehampton Youth Centre provides a space where young people can have fun, learn new things and meet new friends. The club has a music studio, sports hall and gym. The Centre is open to anyone aged 11 to 19 and up to 25 if you have a disability.

Romanian Cultural Centre

Romanian Culture in London

The Romanian Cultural Centre in London (RCC) is an independent association for UK-based Romanians. We initiate and promote a variety of cultural programmes organised in partnership with the Romanian Diaspora living in Great Britain, contributing to the British multicultural cultural milieu.

RP Fighting Blindness

Support for people with Retinitis Pigmentosa (RP)

Retinitis pigmentosa (RP) is a disease of the eye that leads to loss of vision and blindness. RP Fighting Blindness works hard to stimulate and fund cutting edge research to find a treatment or cure and to provide support and information to those affected.

Scope

About disability

Scope exists to make this country a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else. Until then, we'll be here. We provide support, information and advice to more than a quarter of a million disabled people and their families every year.

Silver Circle Reading Group

Over 60s Reading Group

We are a small and friendly book group,we meet once a month on the first Friday of every month from 2pm-4pm each member contributes 50p towards the Tea and biscuits provided

Somali Community Advancement Organisation

Somali advocacy, education, supplementary school

Sound Minds

the arts for mental health

Sound Minds is a multi award winning user led social enterprise improving the lives of people living with mental health issues through a range of arts projects, including film, live music, music technology, instrument tuition, filmmaking and visual arts. Access by referral.

South London African Women's Organisation

'Break the silence; You have a right to safety'

SLAWO is committed to eliminating violence against women, in particular domestic violence in African and BAME communities. We work to raise awareness of these problems and provide advice and support to empower victims and communities.

South Thames College

South Thames College offers a range of qualifications from MBAs to accountancy exams, from A-levels to HNDs, from apprenticeships to vocational classes. Over 21,000 students are enrolled at South Thames and government funded courses like BTEC Nationals and A Levels are free for 16-19 year olds

South West London Humanists

British Humanist Association

A group for the Humanist Community, we hold regular Meetings, Coffee Mornings and Book Groups to discuss varied topics and socialise. We also offer Tailor Made non-religious services (weddings, funerals & baby naming) with two trained and accredited celebrants in the Borough.

Southfields Library

Public Library

Libraries are places for everyone to use and enjoy. - In addition to various activities for both adults and children Southfields Library stocks a wide range of adult and children's books. There is also free Internet access, Wi-Fi and a hall for hire.

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.

Spinal Muscular Atrophy Support UK

(formerly The Jennifer Trust)

Spinal Muscular Atrophy Support UK is a national charity. We support and empower those affected by Spinal Muscular Atrophy. We advocate for better services and raise public awareness in partnership with the health, social care and research communities.

St James’s Church

We are the local Anglican Parish Church of Hampton Hill, Middlesex.

We are a friendly community of people united by a love for God and a love for people.

St Marks

A community that's full of life and full of faith

St Marks is a christain church based in Battersea Rise. Our overall vision is that we grow DEEPER with God, CLOSER to one another and FURTHER, in terms of our impact in society and the world. Everything we do is going after that! We have many activites for the whole community so come join in!

St Marys Church

Parish of Putney

St Mary's is a lively parish offering spiritual, intellectual and emotional refreshment to the whole community. We host varied children's activities and play groups, new and social opportunities for all ages and offer several spaces suitable for any event!

Sue Ryder Online Community and Support

Online community and support for people facing life changing diagnosis

Sue Ryder provides expert medical care and emotional support to help individuals live the fullest life they can. Our nurses are on hand online for advice, practical information - or even just a caring conversation with someone who understands. We're here to here whenever and wherever you need us.

Tackle Prostate Cancer

The National Federation of Prostate Cancer Support Groups

Tackle prostate cancer is a campaign run by the The National Federation of Prostate Cancer Support Groups to raise awareness & encourage early detection of prostate cancer. We seek to ensure that men with prostate cancer always get the best treatment whatever the stage of their disease.

The Clapham Society

The Amenity Society for Clapham, South West London

The Clapham Society aims to improve the quality of life in Clapham and strengthen its identity and sense of community We seek to promote excellence in new developments as well as conservation of the best features of the past. We want Clapham to be a vibrant, exciting and safe place to live.

The Compassionate Friends

Supporting bereaved parents and families after a child dies

The Compassionate Friends is an organisation of bereaved parents offering support, understanding and friendship to others after the loss of a child, of any age, from any cause.

The GAP Youth Club

For LGBT people, aged 13 - 19

The GAP Youth Club offers a safe, social space for young people in London who are gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgendered or questioning their sexuality. We welcome those aged 13-19 (up to 25 for young people with disabilities) We meet every Friday 6 - 8pm in the Clapham Junction area.

The Gateway Club

Activities for ages 18 plus with learning disababilities

The Gateway Club is an activities group in Wandsworth for people aged 18 and over with learning disabilities. It's run by Wandsworth Mencap and offers games, craft nights, music, and yoga. It is currently based at the Atheldene Centre.

The Little Club

Social Group for Over 60s

The Little Club is a social group for over 60s. We meet every other Tuesday, 12 midday - 3.30pm It is such a pleasure meeting each week to see friends and make new ones. We have a good laugh with everyone!

The Pituitary Foundation

Support for anyone affected by pituitary conditions

The Pituitary Foundation are here for anyone affected by pituitary conditions. We give support, information and we bring people together. We provide information to health professionals and we campaign to raise awareness of issues facing pituitary patients, their families and carers.

The Salvation Army

Community Assistance - Church/Corp - Charity Shop

The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian church and charity extending a helping hand to those who are homeless, friendless and in need. We passionately believe that no one is beyond hope, however great their problems.

The Silver Line

Helpline for Older People

The Silver Line is the UK's only national, free, confidential helpline for older people who are feeling lonely and isolated and in need of a friendly voice. Open 24 hours a day every day of the year, The Silver Line also provides information, advice and support as well as regular friendship contact.

The Tooting Hub

Youth Club - Tooting

This is a place where young people can go to learn, have fun and relax. It is for children and young people aged 11-19 years old or up to 25 years old for young people with disabilities. We're open Monday-Friday, 3-9pm

The Wandsworth Society

Safeguarding our urban environment

The Wandsworth Society is a voluntary community environmental group, concerned with the quality of landscape, transport and planning in and around Wandsworth Town and Wandsworth Common. The Society is non-party political and registered with the Charity Commission (Charity No.263737).

The Women's Empowerment Project

TWEP

The Women's Empowerment Project (TWEP), is a Merton based international, non-governmental organisation that is committed to creating opportunities for women and girls to realise their full potential as confident, independent and skilled individuals.

Thomas Pocklington Resource Centre

Services for blind and partilally sighted adults

The Pocklington Resource Centre in Balham offers a variety of services, activities, information and advice to visually impaired adults living in Wandsworth.

Thrombosis UK

The Thrombosis Charity

Thrombosis UK is dedicated to promoting awareness, research & care of Thrombosis. They offer a wealth of online information, telephone and email support services and meetings across the UK.

Together As One

Offering support for anyone experiencing loneliness or social isolation.

Together As One is run entirely by clients and volunteers and is here to offer support for anyone experiencing loneliness or social isolation, particularly as a result of mental health issues.

Tooting Graveney Day Care Centre

Graveney Day Care centre provides a supportive and friendly environment for mixing and socialising as well as activities such as chair based exercise classes, computer classes, bingo, cards,sewing, discussions, dominoes and needlecraft to stimulate and promote active and healthy lifestyles.

Townswomen's Guild

Earlsfield Evening Group

The Earlsfield Evening Townswomen's guild is a small friendly womens group. We meet on the 2nd Tuesday of each month to hear from a selection of interesting speakers or socially for tea and biscuits, dinner or games nights.

Trinity Hospice

Hospice

Trinity provides expert, compassionate end of life care, support, information and advice to patients and those close to them in our central and south west London community.

Volunteer Police Cadets

Total Policing

The Volunteer Police Cadets (VPC) is a uniformed voluntary youth organisation, supported by the MPS, open to young people aged 13 -18 from across London's diverse communities, irrespective of their background or financial circumstances and including those vulnerable to crime or social exclusion

Walk the Walk

Uniting Against Breast Cancer

Walk the Walk is a grant making charity dedicated to raising money and awareness for vital breast cancer causes. We are passionate about encouraging healthier living as part of prevention. Unite against breast cancer with Walk the Walk at one of our fabulous events in 2015!

Wandsworth Care Coordination Centre

Trinity Hospice

The Wandsworth Care Coordination Centre - one point of contact for all your needs. The aim of the Centre is to ensure people with a progressive, life limiting illness can access the services and support they need from one place so they can be cared for in their own home or care home.

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 Independent Living Forum

Voice for Deaf & Disabled People in Wandsworth

WILF seeks to be the voice of disabled people in Wandsworth, promoting awareness, independence, choice, empowerment, and mutual support.

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 Older People's Forum

To be a voice for older people in Wandsworth

The Forum was set up in 1991 to be a voice for older people in Wandsworth. - We have both individual and voluntary organisation members. - Activities include our quarterly newsletter, monthly meetings & conferences twice a year.

Wandsworth Refugee Network

Wandsworth Refugee Network is a small voluntary organisation, based in South West London, which visits prisons to provide emotional and practical support to people being held post-sentence under immigration control. Currently our work is primarily within Wandsworth Prison.

Wandsworth Young Carers Project

Family Action

Wandsworth Young Carers Project supports children and young people aged 5-18 who are affected by the illness or disability of a family member and provide care (physical and/or emotional) to that family member.

Well Met - (Peabody)

Befriending scheme for older and/or vulnerable clients

Peabody are one of London's biggest and oldest social housing providers. Peabody is also involved in a wide variety of community projects. Well Met is a befriending scheme for older and vulnerable clients across the borough of Wandsworth.

Westminster Community Befriending

Mental Health Support

Our community befriending service teams up befrienders with people who often find it hard to cope, to manage day to day matters or to take an active part in community life. We support people with mental health problems to connect to the services and support their need to manage life independently.

Whitton Community Association

Our aim is to provide facilities for the inhabitants of Whitton and the surrounding area.

Whitton Community Association and Social Club is run by volunteers and our aim is to provide social welfare, recreation, health & fitness, leisure and education for the local residents.

Women of Wandsworth - WoW Mums

Making our community stronger through self-help

Women of Wandsworth - WoWMums - are a group of mothers from Wandsworth who are trying to educate and entertain their children by broadening their perspectives on life in multicultural and international spirit and yet teach them about importance of their community as well.

Youth Advice Network

Youth Legal

Youth Advice Network is a website directory and service for Wandsworth Young People to easily find information and services you require in the borough.You can search what you are looking for on the website or contact us directly if you want more help with finding or accessing to the services listed.