Southwark Adult Social Care works closely with NHS organisations to provide support for people’s health and mental wellbeing. Run by Southwark Council, this is the central point of contact for contacting social services about care packages, respite, benefits, occupational therapy and more.
The Peckham One Stop Shop is your first point of contact for housing related queries if you live in the area. You can contact us to report neighbour problems or communal repair issues, as well as problems with estate cleaning, dog mess, graffiti, dumped rubbish or abandoned cars. We can also direct you to the nearest cash office where you can pay your rent. Open 9am-5pm.
Based in Jamaica Road, Bermondsey, the Opendoor Resource CentreÂ provides a range of activities for Southwark residents aged 18-65 with severe and enduring mental health needs as their primary diagnosis. StaffÂ encourageÂ members to identify goals so they can work towards a more independent and fulfilling life.
Provides support to people with Learning Disabilities to gain skills using their Personal Budget to enable more independance. It offers support on a 1-1 or group basis, and can assist people with Learning Disabilities make their first move towards independent living.
Opened on 18 December 2012, the My Southwark customer service point at 11 Market Place, The Blue, Bermondsey SE16 3UQ is available for assisted self service and appointments, replacing the former nearby One-Stop Shop. It offers facilities to access council services, make payments, and for arranged appointments regarding housing benefit and council tax.
Garden House provides a home and a range of services for adults with learning disabilities
Garden House consists of three lovely connected terraced homes situated on a residential street on the outskirts of Peckham in south east London. We have beds for 10 adults with learning disabilities.Â
Kairos Community Trust was set up in 1991 in London to provide accommodation, help and support for homeless people with substance misuse related problems. Kairos Community Trust operates a five stage process of therapy and support:Â
Equinox seeks to ensure that vulnerable women and men with alcohol, drug, mental health problems and forensic histories can lead full and rewarding lives in the community; that they have access to appropriate services, and that they are not excluded because they do not receive the help they need.
Choice Support is a pioneering person-centred organisation formed in 1984 to support people with learning disabilities to have better lives. Recently, our work has extended to include support for people with mental health needs and physical disabilities, and homeless people.Â We started as a small consortium in south east London, but our work has grown over the years and we now provide services throughout much of England. We currently employ around 1500 staff and provide services to overÂ 750 people, with an annual turnover of more than Â£40 million.Â TheÂ servicesÂ we provide include residential care, supported living, outreach support, work opportunities, leisure activities, and housing management.
Central and Cecil provide housing and support for a wide range of people in London, Berkshire, Luton and the Midlands.Â The majority of schemes are managed directly and some are managed through an agreement with local specialist agencies.Â Our residents include frail and active older people, young homeless women, homeless people in need of support, people with learning disabilities, ex-service people, people requiring support around mental health issues, people with physical disabilities, ex offenders, the Irish Community and Gypsies and Travellers.