Social & Welfare Services in UK

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Chinese Welfare Association028 90288277
To secure the future of the Chinese community in Northern Ireland within a framework of racial equality and enable all sections of the community to completely participate in both the development of the community and the wider society. At the time of the 1996 Development Plan the organisation employed 15 team and was still highly dependent on the ACE scheme. By the time of the review, the organisation was directly employing 17 team, funded by a broad-based funding
Northern IrelandCounty AntrimBelfastBT7 1GB   1 Stranmillis Embankment
Government & CommunitySocial & Welfare Services
SSAFA Forces Help01980 632567
SSAFA Forces Help has been servicing the Armed Forces. Our continually evolving support services are driven by the current requirements of the Service community. They are particularly relevant in today's high pressure military environment, where our contemporary veterans and serving staff alike often experience different problems from the soldiers, sailors and airmen of earlier conflicts. Reservists too, heavily engaged in current operations, have equal call on our
South West EnglandWiltshireSalisburySP4 9BT   The Pennings
Government & CommunitySocial & Welfare Services
Northern Ireland Ambulance Service Trust - Social Services in Belfast028 90400999
The Northern Ireland Ambulance Service (NIAS) was set up in 1995 and operates a single Northern Ireland huge Ambulance Trust with operational divisions reflecting the areas covered by the four Health and Social Services Boards serving a population of approximately 1. 7 million. The Trust is one of the six Health and Social Care (HSC) Trusts and operates regionally across Northern
Northern IrelandCounty AntrimBelfastBT8 8SG   Knockbracken Healthcare Pk, Saintfield Road
Government & CommunitySocial & Welfare Services
Margaret Blackwood0141 248 2524
We supply housing, care and support - sometimes together, sometimes as personal services. We currently have a mix of mainstream and fully accessible housing. We were established in 1972 by Dr Margaret Blackwood to tackle the almost complete lack of housing in Scotland suitable for disabled people and their families. We were formally registered as a housing association in December 1975 and opened our 1st houses in Dundee in 1976. Majority of our houses and flats are in tiny, independent estates
ScotlandGlasgowGlasgowG3 8UJ   716 Argyle Street
Government & CommunitySocial & Welfare Services
Glasgow Social Care Professionals - Social Services in Glasgow0141 404 0244
Aberdeen Social Care Professionals is an independent organisation which was set up in September 2006 by a dedicated team of team with many years of expertise in this field. We're a locally situated social care recruitment service in Aberdeen, accessible to customers all over Aberdeen and the Shires. With our local and detailed experience of the services our customers supply, we're able to supply a individual recruitment service to meet you and your
ScotlandGlasgowGlasgowG2 4JR   272 Bath St
Government & CommunitySocial & Welfare Services
Social Analysis And Research Services - Social Services in Manchester07925 552 553
Welcome to the home of Social Analysis and Research Services. We supply pathways that aid individuals and organisations towards understanding, through narrative methodology, how social and personal issues can be negotiated and understood. Our particular interest is bridging the gap between what people say and how corporate businesses, agencies, departments and funders interpret their narratives. We carry our research into social issues and operate a social analysis
North West EnglandGreater ManchesterManchesterM1   59 Piccadilly
Government & CommunitySocial & Welfare Services
Croy Minrs Welfare Charitable Society01236 823252
Under the CISWO (Coal Industry Social Welfare Organisation) One Stop Shop Project, the management committee and local community of Croy, North Lanarkshire entered into the process of developing the Miners' Welfare facility into a fully functional community One Stop Shop. The facility in Croy has undergone many changes and new improvements and developments with many additional services and facilities being added each year. Croy Miners Welfare Charitable Society has launched a consultation to aid
ScotlandGlasgowGlasgowG65 9HD   Nethercroy Road
Government & CommunitySocial & Welfare Services
Aberlour Outreach0131 656 8071
Our dedicated team of over 700 team work throughout the country in more than forty services, from Stranraer to Elgin & Aberdeenshire, helping kids and young people who need additional care and maintenance to reach their potential and to live safe, fulfilling lives. At Aberlour we currently have adapted and customised our services in response to the changing requirements of vulnerable kids, young people and their families over the 130 years since the Aberlour orphanage was set up in
ScotlandEdinburghEdinburghEH16 4NX   63 Niddrie Mains Terrace
Government & CommunitySocial & Welfare Services
Boat Lane Court(0161) 613 5874
Boat Lane Court was founded in 1991 and was designed as a dedicated retirement home for the elderly. It is situated in Northenden, a conservation area four miles to the South of the City of Manchester. Boat Lane Court is set around landscaped gardens, with ample car parking space incorporated. There are fifty four apartments, on three floors; all are accessible both by stairs and lifts. The Court is close to Palatine Road, which has a huge array of shopping facilities as well as a Post Office
North West EnglandGreater ManchesterManchesterM22 4EZ   Brett St Boat Ln Ct
Government & CommunitySocial & Welfare Services
RSPCA - Welfare Services in Aylesbury0870 010 1852
Contrary to what most people think, the RSPCA doesn't receive automatic funding and local branch animal welfare services entirely depend on voluntary income and fundraising activities. In a typical week we'll take in at least one animal with severe injuries requiring surgical repairs costing up to J500, followed by several weeks aftercare until it is well enough to be rehomed. We'll receive daily requests for aid to pay for emergency veterinary treatment and we must find J2, 500 per month to
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