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  1. Monday to Friday from 10:00am to 6:00pm, additional activities run between 5:00pm to 7:00pm during term time and there are some holiday activities.
    The Children's Active Involvement Service (CAIS) is for all children who have social workers, and those Looked After by Islington Children's Social Care and care leavers. This includes children in need, young people in children's homes and foster placements who live in Islington and also…
  2. Get into cycling in Islington: Islington Council offers free Bikeability cycle training courses to all residents, employees and students based in the borough. It also has information about bike parking, hiring a bike, and improving cycling in Islington Islington Council offers free bike repairs Join Islington…
  3. Monday to Friday 10am to 5pm
    DViP, a division of Richmond Fellowship, aims to improve the safety of women and children by working with men who want to change their abusive behaviour. It also provides support services to women, specialist therapy to children and offers training to professionals. The Yuva programme…
  4. Various hours, Monday to Friday for a range of projects.
    The Drum offers several services for young people in Islington, including: Brandon Centre for Counselling and Drum Youth Works (a generic youth provision including a detached project and focus groups). The Drum's Skilled Up programme provides free English, Maths and Employability courses to young people…
  5. Arsenal Football Club’s LGBT supporters group, ‘Gay Gooners’ was established in early 2013 and now has more than 90 members. The GayGooners are the biggest LBGTQ fan group of any football club in England. We exist: - to provide a social group for LGBTQ Arsenal…
  6. Staff are on call for forensic examinations 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Follow-up services such as STI check-ups and counselling are available 9am-5pm on weekdays only.
    The Havens are staffed by specially trained, experienced professionals who can provide medical help and advice, counselling and practical and emotional support to people who have been raped or sexually assaulted. You do not need to report the assualt to the police in order to…
  7. Drop in: Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm or phone Monday to Friday 8am to 6pm (Wednesday 8.30am opening)
    If you have a housing problem, are homeless or are facing homelessness, please contact us for advice and support. The Housing Aid Team is the starting point for advice and assistance on preventing or dealing with homelessness for eveyone (including 16 to 17 year olds).…