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  1. Age UK Befriending

    From: Community Development Association For Minority Communities LTD

    What we offer Volunteer befrienders make weekly visits or telephone calls to housebound or socially isolated people aged 60+ who live in Haringey. The contact is purely social and the older person and their befriender are carefully matched. Client feedback...

  2. Engaged and Planning Service

    From: St Mungo's

    This service provides low to medium level accommodation-based support to 87 adult men and women. Delivered in partnership with North London YMCA, this forms part of Haringey’s wider Housing Related Support Pathway. Each person receives an average of three...

  3. Older Person's Freedom Pass

    From: Freedom Pass

    The Freedom Pass for older people allows free travel across London and free local bus journeys nationally. Please use the link below to check your age eligibility and apply.

  4. Haringey Migrant Support Centre

    From: Haringey Migrant Support Centre

    At the Haringey Migrant Support Centre we provide: Advice on immigration, housing and welfare issues Health advice and help in accessing NHS services Advocacy services and practical support The Centre is open for triage only every Monday (except bank...

  5. IT Support and Advice

    From: Headway North London

    On the first floor IT suite at Kingsgate, we run a weekly facilitated IT drop-in session.  Volunteers are on hand to support your computing needs, covering everything from social media such as Facebook and Twitter, through surfing the internet, to using...

  6. JWEB

    From: Kisharon

    www.jweb.org.uk is our online guide to what’s happening for people with learning disabilities in the Jewish community. It’s a first-port-of-call for information from organisations, parents, carers, teachers and therapists - anyone with first-hand experience...

  7. Financial Advice

    From: Society of Later Life Advisers

    SOLLA was founded in 2008 as a not for profit organisation, to meet the need of consumers seeking later life advice. We aim to ensure that consumers are better informed about the financial issues in later life and can find an Accredited Adviser. Accredited...

  8. The Weekenders

    From: The Hanley Crouch Community Association

    The Weekenders are a Over 50’s group that run several activities here at our centre. They also organise day trips and short breaks during the summer. For more information on the trips contact Hornsey Lane Community Centre on 0207 272 5938.

  9. Legal Advice Clinic

    From: Mary Ward Legal Centre

    The Mary Ward Legal Centre runs weekly general legal advice clinics for people on a low income and no capital. These sessions take place in the evening and are run by volunteer lawyers from various firms giving their time to us for free. The clinics cover...

  10. Social Enterprises

    From: The Centre for Better Health

    We have 3 social enterprise businesses: The Better Health Bakery, Better Health Bikes and Better Health Products Ltd. <img src="http://static1.squarespace.com/static/528c6177e4b07984fcd9069f/t/529497aae4b0c72a6b397b7e/1432220387060/Social+Enterprise1.jpg"...

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