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.
Action on Hearing Loss (Previously RNID) South West helps deaf and hard of hearing people to have a better quality life and to get involved in their community. It has a focus on helping isolated people by providing an outreach information service to promote deaf awareness issues,…
- 0808 808 0123
The service provides support and information for anyone aged 18 or over who has concerns about their own drinking or that of someone else. We offer a range of support in the form of 1-1 sessions, topic based workshops and an integrated approach for clients…
- O1934 415 376
If you would like to contact us relating to a compliment, comment, complaint or question
- Freephone: 0800 389 5260
Here to make sure patients are signposted to the right service
- 01275 888 801
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.
- 0800 044 8340
For information, help and advice on dementia. For services offered in North Somerset please see the website or call 0300 2221 112 Alzheimer's Society North Somerset also run support groups.
- 03002 221 122
The Brain and Spine Foundation was founded in 1992 to help the 10 million people affected by brain and spine conditions in the UK. Who can we help? People affected by brain and spine conditions Medical and educational professionals dealing with the effects of…
- 0808 808 1000 (Helpline)
- 020 3096 7880 (General Administration)