ACFA: The Advice Network is a network of organisations working in partnership across the south west to combat poverty and to promote social justice. Our members do this by providing high quality annd free, independent advice.
Ara Recovery For All addiction services. Free support to stop gambling or drinking. Help with homelessness, mental health, drugs & alcohol.
- 0330 1340 286
If you would like to contact us relating to a compliment, comment, complaint or question
- Freephone: 0300 124 5400
Who is this service for? The Single Point of Access (SPA) is the number to call for those receiving healthcare services in their homes from community teams including District Nurses, Therapists and Support Workers. We operate a multi-disciplinary team consisting of health navigators and triage…
- 0300 125 6789
The advocacy people is an independent charity that provides free independent and confidential advocacy services. We provide independent advocacy services to help resolve issues or concerns you may have about your health and well-being or your health and social care services. Our aim is to ensure that:…
- 0330 440 9000
Al-Anon Family Groups provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking, regardless of whether that person is still drinking or not.
- Helpline: 020 74030888
If you’re worried that you or someone you know has a problem with drugs or alcohol, get in touch with today. Our trained addiction telephone counsellors are available around the clock to give you all the advice and support you need.
- 0203 553 0324
- 0800 9177 650
Our Dementia Advisors provide ongoing support/information either by phone, post or face2face, you will have a designated advisor who will stay with you throughout your journey Our groups run across north Somerset including “Singing for the Brain”, activity groups, Tea Dances and support groups.
- 0300 1234 589
Lung disease affects more than 12 million people across the UK. We’re here for every one of them. For details of our services please contact the helpline on 0300 222 5800
- 0300 222 5800