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.
Three Cs is a person-centred, inclusive organisation for people with learning disabilities and/or mental health challenges.
We support people to control and choose their own lives and contribute to the community as equal citizens. We focus on people’s strengths and interests to build confidence, skills and independence. We promote social inclusion, including social activities, paid jobs and volunteering.
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. 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 over 750 people, with an annual turnover of more than £40 million. The services we provide include residential care, supported living, outreach support, work opportunities, leisure activities, and housing management.
Blackfriars Settlement is a community charity providing a wide range of support services, including Children’s and Young Peoples Services; Learning and Development; Legal Advice; Mental Health and Wellbeing; and Older Peoples Services.
Bede House is a Charity which was established as a Settlement in 1938 to work alongside poor families in Bermondsey and Rotherhithe.
Bermondsey and Rotherhithe have some of the most disadvantaged neighbourhoods in the country. Bede’s purpose is to be a focus for individual and community development in the area and to contribute to the pattern of social care in Southwark.