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We are a registered charity that provides information and advice to the residents of the London Borough of Sutton.
Underneath Sutton Central Library,
St Nicholas Way,
Sutton Borough Citizens Advice Bureau helps people to resolve their legal, money and other problems by providing informationa and advice, and by gathering evidence to influence policy makers.
Telephone only service
68 Parkgate Road,
We are part of a national network of 250 CVS’s across the country, supported by a national body National Association for Voluntary and Community Action (NAVCA) The organisations main purpose is to promote, develop and support the voluntary and community sector in Sutton.
We currently have around 130 voluntary and community groups providing services for children, young people and families in membership, which vary considerably in size and scope from smaller volunteer led and run community groups to larger organisations employing staff and providing services to significant numbers of local people.
73 Oakhill Road,
EDS is a registered charity, dedicated to improving the quality of life for deaf people.
We are a deaf–led charity and have a strong and diverse team of deaf and hearing professionals who work closely together delivering a variety of services for Deaf people.
Our services are aimed at providing support through information and advice, workshops and events as well as Signature Accredited BSL Courses across Greater London. We also work with local community services and businesses to raise awareness about the Deaf community, focusing on social integration and improving communication and understanding between the two cultures of the deaf and hearing communities.
Importantly the charity also works with the deaf community to maintain and protect its language and culture. Through campaigns and working closely with many professional bodies in several sectors and training many of their staff in deaf awareness and BSL skills EDS strives to ensure that BSL is legally recognised as a language and is adopted onto the National Curriculum. We believe that in doing so the lives of many deaf people will improve, resulting in better access to education and services whilst also building better bridges between the deaf and hearing communities.
‘Inspiring the lives of today for a better world for tomorrow’
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Jigsaw4u support children, young people and families experiencing complex social and emotional difficulties. Our current services include: pre and post bereavement; young victims of crime; domestic violence/abuse; parenting programmes; support for adopted children, young people in and leaving care; and, prisoners families.
40 Mill Green Road,
Mitcham Junction, Mitcham,CR4 4HY