Advice and information and a network for carers in Islington.
For Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese-speaking people living in London. Includes helpline providing information in the areas of welfare benefits, housing, education, health, employment law and immigration; interpreting services; cultural activities and Spanish classes for children.
Caxton House Community Centre
Hosting weekly activities including; mother and child drop-in, toy library, Asian elderly group, archery, IT drop-in, after school club, weight watchers, bowls, karate, exercise group, zumba and martial arts.
Range of services for children and adults with a learning disability and their family carers, including direct support, information, respite, activities, advocacy, help with personal budgets and form filling, and access to social groups and other local networks.
Support for people with a learning disability and their families. Supported living, after school, evening and weekend clubs and activities, and support for families.
Solution-focused approach to grow a child’s strengths, build their self-esteem, and find positive alternatives to their challenging behaviour that could otherwise result in anti-social or criminal offending in later life.
A service for women over 17 who have had experience of the criminal justice system or are at risk of reoffending, interested in learning or developing creative skills through theatre-based courses.
Community Adolescent Service (Islington)
Phone: 7445 8154
Free counselling service for young people aged 11-18 living in Islington, and their parents.
Proactively put people in touch with services that can help them. Helping people to find work, training, childcare, assistance for older people and more.
Cranstoun Change @ 28B
Drug and alcohol treatment service working with residents of Islington who have reduced or stabilised their substance misuse. Includes: comprehensive assessment, group work, one to one counselling, community Integration and life skills.