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YPLA Open Door is a friendly and approachable team that provides services for young people in the cares system. These services include: Advocacy Mentors Independent Visitors Workshops and activities For more informatino on the above visit our website or call us
Telephone:
01375 389879
E-mail:
ypla@opendoorservices.org
Website:
Open Door Website
David Keer, a Purfleet resident, has launched a mental health charity know as Kerrfree. Kerrfree is a self help group open to anyone with a depression related illness including bipolar and post traumatic stress disorder. David says "By attending this group there is a good chance…
Telephone:
01708 864997
E-mail:
thejrnyman@gmail.com
OASIS Open Door is a drug and alcohol service for Thurrock residents over the age of 18. We provide advice and information and one to one support for clients, their relatives and friends and other professionals. Drug and Alcohol Service Oasis provides open and accessible…
Telephone:
01375 374411
Who We Are: The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. We are part of a global network of volunteers, responding to natural disasters, conflicts and individual emergencies. We enable vulnerable people at home and overseas to prepare for and…
Telephone:
0344 871 11 11
E-mail:
information@redcross.org.uk
Website:
British Red Cross Website
St John Ambulance teaches people first aid – about 800,000 last year alone – so that they can be the difference between a life lost and a life saved. We have special first aid programmes for schools and activities for young people. If you're aged…
Telephone:
08700 104950 (Calls cost 2p per minutes plus your phone company's access charge)
Website:
www.sja.org.uk
NafHealth - Nutrition Advice for Health A free weight loss service, with a tailored made plan. Do you want to lose some weight? Are you a parent or carer to a 2-5 year old? Do you want to be able to cook and eat normal…
Telephone:
07985 421726
E-mail:
info@nafhealth.org
Even simple equipment can mean the difference between living independently and needing someone to look after you. You can buy your own equipment, but a social worker or occupational therapist can help make decisions about the equipment that would be most helpful. Decisions about the…

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