Key local organisations or services that may provide you with further information, advice or support are listed below. You will also find similar information on the Richmond Information Directory http://www.richmondinformationdirectory.org.uk
The Adult Access Team is the first point of contact for all referrals and general enquiries about Adult Social Care.
Advice Richmond gives you access to free, quality information and advice on issues such as welfare benefits, employment, debt, housing or social care.
Confidential treatment options include advice, assessment and counselling support for drug or alcohol use.
A social club based in the heart of Teddington for the over sixties offering a place to meet and chat with friends over tea or coffee, enjoy a good home cooked lunch and a range of activities, entertainment and outings.
A voluntary organisation working for equality and fairness in the Black and Ethnic Minority communities living and working in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
An intensive personalised money advice and support service that has been specifically designed for carers, those they care for and vulnerable adults.
Provides support to older people and people with disabilities in the local community helping them with shopping, doctor and hospital visits, transport to hairdressers, clubs, and outings by a team of volunteers.
Provides support to less able people in the local community helping them with their transport need by a team of volunteers, befriending services and runs the Greenwood Centre.
An independent voice for people in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames that helps to shape, challenge and improve local health and social care services.
Support and advice to create your individual budget giving you more choice and control over the support you need.
Day respite services staffed by qualified nurses and trained volunteers, for adults with physical and mental health conditions.
NHS trust responsible for providing community health services for over 500,000 people living in the London boroughs of Hounslow and Richmond Upon Thames.
Provides a helping hand to residents of Kew by providing a connection with local volunteers who can drive people to medical appointments and social activities, shop, befriend and carry out light gardening.
FREE NHS health improvement service provided by Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust. Any adults who live, or are registered with a GP, in Richmond can access this service.
Provides help to get the information you need about NHS services; listen and respond to suggestions, concerns or queries, listen to any problems you may have in relation to your healthcare and sorts out problems quickly in an informal friendly manner.
Aims to meet the learning and development needs of adults and young people and to help them progress in life, achieve career, business and personal development goals.
Provides support to disabled people, families, carers and professionals by providing services such as the Advice Service, Richmond SPADE (gardening service), the Benefits Service and support with employment and training.
Exists to meet local mental health needs through a variety of projects offering individually tailored services so people can live full lives and be connected to other people in their communities.
A local charity supporting unpaid adult and young carers living in or caring for someone living in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. Services offered include advice, support groups, leisure and social activities, carer-focused workshops, counselling and assistance with completing applications.
Richmond Good Neighbours has a network of volunteers who provide help with shopping and transport, as well as regular visiting, to elderly, disabled and housebound people living in central Richmond.
Provides residential care, supported living schemes and a number of additional leisure activities for adults with learning disabilities in Richmond.
Exists to improve the lives and opportunities of children and adults who use learning disability services within Richmond upon Thames, their family carers and other family members.
Ruils is a local, user-led charity supporting individuals (irrespective of age, impairment, health condition or capacity) to live independently at home and in their community.