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    Cruse Bereavement Care

    Coronavirus UpdateCruse will be in contact with those receiving one-to-one support. All groups are cancelled for the time being. The helpline remains open as normal, available on Monday to Fridays between 9:30am and 5pm, (excluding bank holidays), with extended hours on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday…
    Telephone:
    0844 477 9400
    0808 808 1677
    020 8940 7638

    Diabetes UK

    The role of Diabetes UK is to infulence the healthcare provision and improve services for people with diabetes at a local level. For support and advice please ring our helpline number on 01823 448 260 or see our website to find local support groups.
    Telephone:
    01823 448 260

    ERIC - Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence

    ERIC - Education and Resources for Improving Childhood Continence is the national registered charity which provides information and support to younger children, teenagers, parents and profressionals on: bedwetting (nocturnal enuresis) daytime wetting constipation soiling incontinence in chidlren with special needs. How Eric can help There is a…
    Telephone:
    0845 370 8008
    0117 960 0401

    The For All Healthy Living Centre

    The For All Healthy Living Centre (FAHLC) is a third sector, social enterprise based in an area with high social and economic needs in Weston-super-Mare. Through local consultation a partnership of local residents and agencies came together to create a community building. They were able to…
    Telephone:
    01934 427 426

    FRANK

    For a free confidential drugs information and advice 24 hours a day talk to FRANK.
    Telephone:
    0800 77 66 00
    0800 917 8765

    HappyMaps NSC Provider

    Funded by Health Education England, HappyMaps is designed to help parents find useful resources on behaviour and mental health for their children - from babies to young adults.  We hope this will be really useful for parents whose children don't meet the specialist referral thresholds…

    The Harbour

    The Harbour is a free of charge counselling and psychotherapy service for people affected by life-threatening illnesses. Counselling for people facing death, dying and bereavement. You don’t need to live in Bristol to access our services, and you can refer yourself or be referred to us…
    Telephone:
    0117 925 9348

    Health Visitor Well Baby Clinic

    Wednesday 1.00-3.00 pm
    Drop In Health Visitor Well Baby Clinic.  Please arrive no later than 2.45pm to ensure that you are seen.  
    Telephone:
    01275 885 566

    In Charley's Memory - Young People & Mental Health

    In Charley's Memory is a charity that offers one-to-one counselling for young people aged 11-25 in North Somerset and Somerset. You do not need to be referred by your GP but can simply access our services directly. counselling session are unlimited, we see you for…
    Telephone:
    01278 557 490

    JHF Mentoring

    The Jack Hazeldine Foundation (JHF) supports disadvantaged young people in North Somerset by giving them access to experienced and passionate youth mentors who spend thousands of hours each year helping them cope with "Adverse Childhood Experiences". 
    Telephone:
    01275 873 962
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