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 Routes addresses the isolation experienced by asylum seekers, refugees and other recently resettled ethnic minorities in Norwich and provides opportunities for engaging in skill-building, sport and social activities. All programmes are designed to promote cross-cultural understanding and enable the building of bridges between diverse communities. The NR centre is open 6-days per week, running projects for women, mixed gender groups, young people, children and families. We provide one-to-one needs assessments and support, plus long term mentoring and befriending for young people and adults where requested.
Relationship support for everyone – We’re the UK’s largest provider of relationship support, and last year we helped over two million people of all ages, backgrounds, sexual orientations and gender identities to strengthen their relationships. Find out more about what we do and how we can help you here.
Health Volunteers bring support and friendship to North and South Norfolk residents who experience social isolation or who face the challenge of long term health conditions.
The Wonder+ Scheme provides support to women offenders and those at risk of offending living in Norfolk. Wonder+ offers advocacy, advice and guidance to women as well as helping them to access services that may be of help to them