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  1. home fire safety visit

    From: London Fire Brigade

    What is a home fire safety visit? We will visit you at home to offer advice on how to make your home safe and where appropriate fit a smoke alarm for free. Who is eligible? We only target our visits at people and places where we know there is a higher...

  2. Drop in and support services at North Middlesex Hospital

    From: Barnet Citizens Advice Bureau Macmillan Project

    For cancer patients and their carers: Welfare Benefits Advice and support with grant applications and care costs. Located at the Macmillan Service Information Centre, second floor, main building. The drop in and advice sessions oeprate on Wednesday mornings.

  3. Therapeutic Services

    From: Refugee Council

    “I feel a bit stronger, despite some other issues at least I know I can still have a new beginning.” People seeking safety in the UK from war and violence are often deeply traumatised by what has happened in their lives. The Refugee Council Therapeutic...

  4. Housing First

    From: St Mungo's

    We provide a Housing First service for people who are homeless in Haringey as a first step to come off the streets. Residents are supported in their own homes in the community to tackle multiple issues often including mental health and substance use.

  5. One-off court decisions

    From: Dosh

    If you need to make a one-off decision about something and do not have capacity to do this, you may need to apply to a court to allow someone else to decide for you. For example, if you are moving into a new home, you will usually have to sign a tenancy...

  6. Lasting Power Of Attorney

    From: Court of Protection and Power of Attorney - Office of the Public Guardian

    A lasting power of attorney (LPA) is a legal document that lets you (the ‘donor’) appoint one or more people (known as ‘attorneys’) to help you make decisions or make decisions on your behalf. This gives you more control over what happens to you if, for...

  7. Counselling and Family Mediation Service

    From: African Caribbean Leadership Company

    This is an important service that provides specific counselling for BME clients. It is the only service of its kind within the borough and provides a major safety valve for the clients who use it. Key aspects of the service are that it supports empowerment ...

  8. HELPA - Health, Entitlements, Life - Peer Advocates

    From: Haringey Women's Forum

    HELPA Health, Entitlements, Life – Peer Advocates Are you having difficulty accessing the right services? Our Peer Advocacy service might be able to help. We work with people who live, work or have a connection to Haringey who have a long-term health...

  9. North London Appropriate Adult

    From: Catch22

    Appropriate Adult service for young people and vulnerable adults who have been arrested and take into police custody  Young offenders 10 to 17-years-old and vulnerable adults Ensuring detainees know what is happening to them and why Available 24 hours...

  10. IT Support at Home

    From: AbilityNet

    Free IT Support at Home for Disabled People AbilityNet's IT Support at Home Service (ITCanHelp) has a network of disclosure checked volunteers who offer free computer assistance to disabled people in their own homes. You may have a problem with viruses,...

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