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29 Jan

Hestia

Hestia provides a wide range of support for homeless and vulnerable people in London. In Southwark, it offers both mental health support and Personal Brokerage/Support Planning assistance. It works with people with learning disabilities and mental health issues to explore opportunities to jointly support plan with others and identify how those with shared or mutual interests and similar support needs could plan together and use their personal budgets together to meet their support needs and aspirations as well as accessing universal services. 

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27 Jan

Stepping Stones Project

Stepping Stones is a charity that provides educational, social, and leisure services for adults with learning disabilities. Based at St. Faith’s Centre in Herne Hill, South London,  we run weekly sessions in activities such as Cooking, Keep Fit,  Music, Dance, Drama, and Art.

Each session is run by a qualified tutor with many years experience of working with people with learning disabilities. Our classes provide a stimulating and safe space for our users to develop life and social skills, while building confidence and having fun.

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27 Jan

Rethink – Carers Support

Rethink Mental Illness was established by carers and our aim is to give them, and those they care for, a voice in every aspect of mental health provision. As the largest national voluntary sector provider of mental health services we know that caring for someone with mental illness is challenging. Mental illness is a fluctuating condition, often misunderstood and stigmatised, causing considerable emotional distress to carers.

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27 Jan

Rathbone Society

Rathbone provides individual support and group activities for young people and adults with learning disabilities in and around Lambeth. We encourage and support service users to become more independent; to make their own choices; to live a safe and healthy life; to make and maintain positive social relationships and to try new and interesting experiences.

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Find us

Southwark Carers
3rd Floor, Walworth Methodist Church,
54 Camberwell Road, London, SE5 0EN
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Contact us

020 7708 4497

Find us

Nearest tube – Elephant & Castle underground station (Northern and Bakerloo lines).

Nearest Railway Station – Elephant & Castle

Buses from Elephant and Castle – ask bus driver for Burgess Park. Bus numbers: 12, 171, 148, 176, 68, 484, 42, 40, 45