Alzheimer’s Society provides a range of support services for people with dementia, their families and their carers in Norfolk. Acting as a first point of contact, our Dementia Advice and Support Service can be accessed with a simple telephone call to 01603 763556. This service is established to provide information and advice about dementia, coping
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a non-judgemental, early intervention service providing support for children and young people affected by the imprisonment of a close family member
From before they are born until they are into their twenties, we help disadvantaged children across the UK.
Provides information and support to people with M.E. their carers, families and friends. Raises awareness of M.E. locally within the media, health care organisations and the general public. Campaigns for more recognition, research and better care and benefits for people with M.E.
New Horizons supports residents of Kings Lynn Borough Council who are at risk of social exclusion, are struggling to manage financially, and who are not earning an income.
We do not provide accommodation but can give you information advice and guidance on where to go to get help. If you have problems with money or debt we can help you find the right agency to support you or help you find information. Information sharing and safeguarding Anything you tell us may be shared
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Specialist help and advice for anyone with a housing problem. Advocacy and representation. Drop-in service in Norwich and appointments available in Colchester, Great Yarmouth and Kings Lynn.
Team of advisers and solicitors who may be able to help.
Health Volunteers bring support and friendship to South Norfolk residents who experience social isolation or who face the challenge of long term health conditions.