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  1. Acorn Day Opportunities LTD

    Every day at Acorn Day Opportunities individuals are given the autonomy to choose from an extensive variety of enjoyable activities designed to benefit their minds and bodies; our community is built on the premise of developing each service user’s self-confidence...

  2. Coffee and Computers

    From: Jacksons Lane

    A volunteer led IT programme for people who want to improve their confidence in computers, laptops or tablets. Sessions start with a group chat about what issues participants are facing with IT. This could include wanting to gain confidence with Facebook...

  3. Ruth Winston Community Centre

    Ruth Winston Community Centre is an up to date community centre for the over 50s offering exercise classes, computer training, art and crafts, languages and dance to name but a few.  We offer social meetings, companionship and opportunities to take part...

  4. Deaf Drop in

    From: Winkfield Resource Centre

    We offer a 1 to 1 confidential support and advice service for adults who are Deaf or hard of hearing and live in the borough of Haringey. Our Deaf service workers use British Sign Language (BSL) and are able to help with or advise on a variety of problems...

  5. Housing-related support for LGBT people

    From: Stonewall Housing

    Stonewall Housing provides free housing-related supported in 5 houses across Hackney, Haringey and Islington for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) people aged between 16 and 25 years old.  Refferal to this service is only accesed through the...

  6. 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...

  7. Blood Pressure and Stroke Information Drop In

    From: Stroke Association

    What is this service: The Blood Pressure and Information Drop in is a volunteer led service which offers information, advice and support on Stroke Prevention and Awareness.  We can give you a free blood pressure check. Who is this service for: Adults...

  8. Ermine Community Hub

    The Ermine Community Hub provides a day service provision for adults with Learning Disabilities, Complex needs and Autism from Monday to Friday. The Hub provides a sociable environment in which service users can meet other service users and join in different...

    • Tel: 02088008155
  9. weekly Deaf Drop-in

    From: Haringey Deaf Service

    We offer a 1 to 1 confidential support and advice service for adults who are Deaf or hard of hearing and live in the borough of Haringey. Our Deaf service workers use British Sign Language (BSL) and are able to help with or advise on a variety of problems...

  10. Drop In Session

    From: Multiple Sclerosis Society

    The Haringey Branch of the Multiple Sclerosis Society meets at Cufos every month. We offer chat and support from others with similar problems, as well as occasional socials, outings and quiz nights. When: Last Sunday of each month (except December), 10.30...

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