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  1. The Accept Consortium consists of Women's Therapy Centre, Nafsiyat, Maya Centre and ICAP combined. Whilst retaining their own individual identities and services, the four members aim to work collaboratively to support the development of psychotherapy services in London to ensure the most vulnerable and excluded…
  2. Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm
    The Access and Engagement Service, AES, helps schools, children, young people and their families with school attendance, pupil engagement and attitudes to learning, safeguarding, children in employment or entertainment, children missing from education, educating children at home. School Attendance The AES provides a statutory attendance…
  3. Formerly National Children's Home, Action for Children provides a wide range of services for vulnerable children, young people and their families. Projects include adoption, fostering and children in care services, targeted services for young people including supported accommodation, family support services including children's centres, parenting support…
  4. Monday to Saturday: 9.30am to 8pm (course times vary).
    Islington Adult Community Learning works in partnership with the voluntary and community sector to provide a network of neighbourhood learning centres across the borough. We offer a range of free courses for Islington residents who would like to improve their skills and life chances.  Our…
  5. If you want to visit, please call us on 020 7278 4224 to make an appointment. You will be offered an initial assessment/ advice session with one of our advice team and offered a confidential space to discuss your needs.
    Alone in London is a key service providing advice and support to 16 to 25 year olds who are at risk of homelessness. The service has been supporting young people since 1972 - and became part of Depaul UK in September 2016. Alone in London provides…
  6. Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm
    Offers advice and information about welfare rights and setting up a business; education and training classes including ESOL, computing, job seeking skills, interview techniques, CV writing, sign language, learn to type, sewing classes, jewellery making, glass painting, decoupage, keep fit, choir, iconography, lunch club, traditional Greek dance and after school activities (Greek…
  7. Artbox London runs art workshops, gallery trips and exhibition opportunities for people with learning disabilities and autism. Artists can earn a small income from their art sales and can also develop work related skills through selling art at exhibitions.
  8. Empower Black, minority ethnic and refugee(BAMER) women, particularly South Asian, Turkish or Iranian women who are experiencing domestic Violence, sexual violence & harmful practices with culturally sensitive advice, support and safe housing-enabling them to make positive & appropriate choices for themselves. Provide counseling to women…