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The Men’s Centre

Provides individual counselling and psychotherapy, couples psychotherapy and couples group therapies for angry/abusive or violent men, as well as men and women with relationship, emotional and sexual problems.

The Parent House

Provides a package of courses which complement other courses such as ESOL and IT which are run by local colleges. Each course starts with an initial needs assessment so the appropriate type and amount of support can be given to each learner throughout the course.

The Peel Centre

Large community centre serving the diverse communities of Islington.

The Play Shelter Ltd

Quality and affordable childcare during school holidays. Ofsted registered, excellent range of activities for children to enjoy.

The Rose Bowl

Activities and opportunities for young people aged 8 – 19 throughout the year, with weekly term time activities and amazing specialised holiday projects for the school holiday seasons.

The Stress Project

For low cost alternative therapies and a free weekly meditation session.

Turing Network database

A database continually updated by volunteers with information about forthcoming LGBT events, LGBT venues around London, details of LGBT organisations and agencies, contact details for gay-friendly companies, addressed of sexual health clinics, etc.

Urban Growth (Jobs in Mind)

A service for London residents, aged 18 or over, with a history of mental health problems, who have appropriate mental health support in place. The service can provide training in organic food growing and therapeutic support to individuals with mental health problems so they can gain the skills, confidence and stability to facilitate their mental health recovery, personal and vocational development.

West London Mission – The Haven

Comfortable care home working with men with chronic addictions.

Women’s Association For African Networking & Development (WAND UK)

WAND is an independent charity that addresses the problems facing women in isolated and excluded communities through outreach services and regular networking events. Wand works predominantly with African asylum seekers, refugees and migrants.