Charity

The Cleft Lip and Palate Association (CLAPA) is the representative organisation for all those in the UK affected by cleft lip and/or palate. Our vision is a world where having a cleft is no barrier to achieving your desires and ambitions. They provide non-medical services which complement the medical care and aims to support people with cleft and their families from infancy through to adulthood.

First Floor,Green Man Tower,
332B Goswell Road,
London EC1V 7LQ

www.clapa.com
020 7833 4883

Compassion in Dying is a national charity that supports people at the end of life to have what they consider to be a good death by providing information and support around their rights and choices. We are the leading provider of free Advance Decisions in the UK and we also conduct and review research into rights and choices in end-of-life care.

Compassion In Dying,
181 Oxford Street,
London W1D 2JT

0800 999 2434

Destiny Support is set up to provide independent living support services to a wide range of clients.

Destiny Support have researched and developed a service to support the under-represented and ‘hard to reach’ client groups living within the community in Slough.

 
Destiny Support CIC Head Office,
Chalvey Community Centre,
The Green,
Slough, SL1 2SP

01753 552271 / 577458
07899 784902

Our wide range of products and services are designed to help you manage your diabetes, whatever support you need.

Whether you’re looking for insurance, information, or just someone to talk to – we’re here to help.

126 Back Church Lane, London

E1 1FH

0345 123 2399 – Helpline
020 7424 1001

We are home to over 25 different community groups and our award winning Dining Centre (which is open Monday to Friday) is extremely popular.
Our motivation is to bring healing and wholeness to our community. We believe that the individual is important and through providing a place of relaxation and peace we endeavour to help everyone’s wellbeing.

Hillingdon Park Baptist Church,
25 Hercies Road,
Uxbridge UB10 9LS

01895 814424

We are for people who are affected by deafness.

We know that deafness can be isolating, demoralising and frustrating. You can feel lost in a group of people as you cannot keep up with the conversation. EAR4U is based in Ruislip, where we run informal coffee meetings which are held on Monday mornings, between 10am and 1pm, for anyone wishing to drop in. Maybe just to have a chat or find out information on how to improve your life with deafness.

Drop in at Ruislip Manor Library
Lindon Avenue, Ruislip HA4 8TW

01895 672 706
07890 315 156

Activities include drop in clinics, advice and information on drugs, travel and STD advice, environmental and preventative health advice on TB, HEP, HIV, Aids and STD.
18-20 East Avenue,

Hayes,

UB3 2HP

020 8848 1380

Since 1965 Fight for Sight has raised funds to support medical research into a wide-range of eye conditions. These include macular degeneration, glaucoma, cataract, diabetic retinopathy as well as the causes of childhood blindness.

Fight for Sight
18 Mansell Street, London E1 8AA

020 7264 3900

Hillingdon Carers Advice Centre in the High Street, Uxbridge carries a broad range of information that is of interest to carers and we have a series of carer Fact Sheets that give brief information covering a growing range of topics. We also carry out regular outreach to community centres, GP practices, information fairs and hospitals to bring that information out to you.

Luther Bouch House,
126 High Street,
Uxbridge UB8 1JT

01895 811206
01895 028062

Our vision is of a society that promotes and protects good mental health for all, and that treats people with mental distress fairly, positively, and with respect. We do all to make it possible for people who experience mental distress to live full lives, and play their full part in Society. We will never give up challenging discrimination and campaigning for better mental health.

Aston House,
Redford Way,
Uxbridge UB8 1SZ

01895 271559