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#Love Don’t Feel Bad is a website for young people, highlighting healthy behaviour in relationships through a variety of quizzes and games.
Action on Hearing Loss offers a range of services for people who are deaf or hard of hearing.  They provide information and support on all aspects of deafness, hearing loss and tinnitus and factsheets are available on their website.  There are community forums on the…
Tel: 0808 808 0123
Family Support Service for families affected by substance and/or alcohol misuse.The service works on an outreach basis, visiting families in their own homes. Breaking the Cycle (BtC) supports and empowers whole families where parents or carers experience substance misuse and have responsibility for children under…
Works with children and families:•Child protection training for the community•Safeguarding black African children and families for professionals.•Community work through engagement with black African evangelical churches and community leaders to safeguard and implement welfare of black African children.  
020 7364 2192
Age UK East London is a local independent charity delivering services to older people mainly in the boroughs of Hackney, Newham and Tower Hamlets Tower Hamlets Handyperson ServiceAUKEL Foundations Quality Marked Handyperson Service is funded by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets, for home security,…
020 8981 7124
Anti-bullying advice and support for Tower Hamlets schools and other organisations working with school age children and young people.
020 7364 6263
Anti-social behaviour (ASB) ranges from serious acts of violence and harassment to more everyday incidents and situations for example, noisy dogs or overgrown gardens. ASB is classed as: "behaviour which causes or is likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress to one or more people…
Provides facilities and opportunities for adults with learning disabilities and complex needs. If you need high levels of support for getting around or communicating with others, Antill Road Centre makes it easy to get out and get involved. If you live in Tower Hamlets and…
020 8983 5883
Ashiana Network specialises in helping Black and Minority Ethnic women, in particular, women from South Asian, Turkish & Iranian communities, aged 16-30 years who are at risk of domestic violence and sexual violence.They run three refuges; two specifically for women aged 16-35 fleeing forced marriage.…
0208 539 0427
The first Bangladeshi charitable organisation in the UK, formed in 1954, providing advice & information on welfare rights, housing, education and IT. There is a Luncheon Club for OAPs (Thursdays) with advice sessions for over 55s in the mornings.
020 7247 2105