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The role of our detached team is similar in many ways to that of our centre-based colleagues. We travel around the borough in our mobile vehicle ("Urbie van"), to establish positive relationships with young people based on mutual trust and respect. We travel to where…
Website providing information about, and advice on, how to deal with abusive relationships. Read up on the different types of abuse and find details of organisations who can help.
A website to help you prepare for your first visit to a doctor to discuss your mental health. Find advice and information about how to plan the conversation and know your rights when making your appointment.
The One Stop Shop is a confidential service for people experiencing domestic violence or abuse in Merton.
Drinkline provides free, confidential advice and information to callers worried about their own drinking, parents worried about their children, children worried about their parents and advice on where to go for further help. The site includes information on how alcohol affects short and long term…
Families Anonymous aims to help friends and families of drug abusers by providing mutual support groups and offering a forum where experiences and anxieties can be shared. A free information pack, including details of all meetings, is sent to every enquirer.
The Foundation for women's health research and development - FORWARD - aim to eliminate the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) and provide support to women affected by it.
The Forced Marriage Unit provides practical support, information and advice to anyone who has been through or is at risk of a forced marriage.
FRANK provides friendly, free and confidential information 24/7 for young people and their families about drugs, addiction, where to get help and what to do if you're worried that someone you know is taking drugs.
Dear Albert is a peer-led, Recovery focused social enterprise specialising in helping people resolve substance use issues. We have links with peer support fellowships such as Smart Recovery, ACT PR and 12 Steps. We work in close collaboration with statutory funded drug and alcohol agencies,…