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    Dog Trust

    Dogs Trust provide temporary foster care for dogs belonging to women fleeing domestic violence in Greater London and Yorkshire. Volunteer foster carers will care for your dog in their own home until you are in a position to be reunited.

    17Wakley StreetLondonEC1V 7RQ

    020 7837 0006

    Domestic Violence Intervention Project

    For over 20 years, we’ve been helping to make women and children safer. With services across London, we work to stop domestic violence and to reduce the harm it causes to women, children and families.

    020 7928 4813

    Doorstep Library (Church Street Area - NW8)

    Doorstep Library volunteers will come to your door once a week, after school, to read a story with your children and/or lend them books to borrow for the week. Our aim is to instill a love of reading for pleasure in children from babies up to 11…

    LondonNW8

    020 8870 1476

    Doorstep Library (Lisson Green - NW8)

    Doorstep Library volunteers will come to your door once a week, after school, to read a story with your children and/or lend them books to borrow for the week. Our aim is to instill a love of reading for pleasure in children from babies up to 11…

    LondonNW8

    020 8870 1476

    Droop Street Hub

    Droop Street Hub provides individualised support packages for adults with complex needs to meet their desired outcomes. Droop Street Hub uses an hour-based support model to build a tailored package that can cover the customer’s education and employment goals, their mobility and complex health or…

    131 Droop StreetLondonW10 4DB

    020 7641 5952 Anna Adamak (Team Leader) 020 7641 5226 Joe Taylor (Team Leader)
    Dietary needs catered for
    Toilet suitable for wheelchair users
    Disabled parking available, restrictions may apply
    Sensory Play Opportunities
    On Site Parking
    Qualified first-aider on site
    Service/Activity is chargeable
    Sign language interpreter available by arrangement
    Sensory room available
    Changing room with changing bench and hoist
    Suitable for children and young people with SEND
    Communication aids, such as Makaton, are used
    Wheelchair accessibile venue
    Suitable for an individual with hearing impairment
    Changing room with changing bench

    DVIP: Al-Aman - Men's Service

    Support for Domestic Violence Victims.  

    172 KING STREETLONDONW6 0QU

    07501 722 609

    DVIP: Al-Aman - Women's Service

    Support for Domestic Violence Victims.

    172 KING STREETLONDONW6 0QU

    Early Help Support for Young Carers

    YOUNG CARERS “A young carer is child or young person under18 years old, who has a significant caring role for another person, who suffers from physical disability, mental health problems, substance misuse or any other debilitating or long term illness”  Young Carers are a target…

    020 7641 4000

    The Early Years Business zone - helping local authorities support their settings

    National Day Nurseries Association (NDNA)  has created a website that can provide essential business support tools to early years settings. We are looking to work with local authorities to ensure that as many settings as possible within their area take full advantage of this free online toolkit that…

    Educational Psychology Service

    What do educational and child psychologists do?   Educational Psychologists (EPs) have expertise in education, learning, child development (including behaviour and social-emotional needs) and the application of psychology to improve the learning and well-being/mental health of children and young people up to the age of…

    Kensington and Chelsea WestminsterGreen Zone, Second FloorKensington Town HallHornton StreetW8 7NX

    020 7361 3311
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