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Single Parents Support

http://www.singleparentssupport.info/

For single parents, dads, mums, grandparents and anyone who is raising a child on their own. Support, advice, activities and signposting to groups in the area and anything you find helpful as a single parent.

Solace Women’s Aid

http://www.solacewomensaid.org/

upporting women and children affected by domestic and sexual violence.

Spear Pre-employment Training Course

http://www.spearcourse.org

The service is for 16-24 year olds who would like support in entering sustainable work or education. It provides a free, interactive, 6-week course that supports young people with interview training and practice, writing a CV, help with job applications, confidence building, customer service qualification and job opportunities. Spear offers ongoing support for up to a year after the 6-week course has been completed with 1-1 follow-ups.

St Luke’s Centre

http://www.slpt.org.uk/

Provide and host over 65 weekly activities ranging from after-school clubs to care for the elderly, from cookery projects to corporate volunteering for City employees.

Stroke Project

http://www.stroke.org.uk/support/stroke-project-islington-stroke-enablement-service

Services for people who have had strokes in Islington (enablement).

Tamba

http://www.tamba.org.uk/

Improving the lives of families with twins, triplets or more.

The Claremont Project

http://www.claremont-project.org

The service is for Islington residents but also some spaces for Camden residents over the age of 55. It offers different activities including art/painting, art therapy, theatre group, drama/movement therapy, ballet/contemporary dance, choir, film club, keep fit, sequence dancing, ballroom dancing, salsa, computing for fun, quizzes, piano sessions, line dancing, tai chi, arts exploration, yoga, music therapy, psychotherapy, raffles, and occasional parties and outings.

The Claremont Project

http://www.claremont-project.org/

Reduced price art based therapy.

The Drum

http://directory.islington.gov.uk/kb5/islington/enterprise/service.page?id=Wi6zdgIzCUc&youthchannel=5

Offers several services for young people in Islington, including support when you are experiencing difficulties with relationships.

The Maya Centre

http://www.mayacentre.org.uk/

For long term counselling and psychological support to some of the most vulnerable women in our community; women who have experienced severe trauma through domestic violence, abuse in childhood or overseas in war and conflict.