We are a partnership of organisations led by Integrated Neurological Services and Richmond AID working together to maximise the health and well-being of adults in Richmond, Kew, Ham, Petersham, Teddington and The Hamptons. The Community Partnership has been commissioned by Adult and Community Services, London Borough of Richmond upon Thames to deliver the Community Independent Living Service (CILS).
Our aim is to provide services to help people to live as independantly as possible within the community. We do this through advice and information, health and wellbeing activities, support groups, befriending, social activities, education and training, employment and volunteering opportunities. We are in partnership and collaboration with a group of charities in our part of Richmond upon Thames borough.
As a partnership we provide definitive advice and deliver services across the Richmond upon Thames Borough and provide information and support to signpost you to other local services in the borough. We only deliver advice to residents or about residents of the London Borough of Richmond.
Community Independent Living Service (CILS)
CILS is a borough wide network of support, information and advice and signposting services for adults. CILS will help those in need to either maintain or recover some or all their physical and social independence, as well as emotional, health and well-being.
CILS will provide information and advice, signposting, support groups, social, education and cultural events as well as exercise, fitness and training opportunities. The service is delivered by Community Partnership in Richmond, Kew, Ham, Petersham, Teddington and The Hamptons.
If you are not sure what you are looking for, or you are unable to find it, please contact us and one of our Information Navigators will be happy to provide advice or visit one of our Information Hubs located across the borough.