Charities


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  • The Childline charity logo

    Childline

    They are here for you, whatever’s on your mind. Thy will support you. Guide you. Help you make decisions that are right for you.
    Our tips and techniques, ideas and inspiration, can help you feel more in control. And you can access them in your own time, at your own pace!

  • The NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children) logo

    NSPCC

    Child abuse is preventable – not inevitable. And it’s up to each of us to do everything possible to keep childhood safe from abuse, so children can grow up healthy and thrive. That’s why they are here and drives what they do. So as long as there’s abuse – they will fight for every childhood

  • The National Association for People Abused in Childhood (NAPAC) logo

    NAPAC

    www.napac.org.uk – If you want to talk about what you experienced in childhood and how it is affecting you now, you can call our support line or email our support team.

  • The Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA) logo

    Co-Dependents Anonymous

    Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA) is a set of informal self-help groups made up of men and women with a common interest in working through the problems that co-dependency has caused in their lives. CoDA is based on AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and uses an adapted version of their Twelve Steps and Traditions as a central part of its suggested programme of recovery.

  • The Narcotics Anonymous (UKNA) logo

    Narcotics Anonymous UK

    Narcotics Anonymous is a support group of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from addictive substances.

  • The Alcoholics Anonymous logo

    Alcoholics Anonymous UK

    Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.

  • The Action for Children charity logo

    Action for children

    A charity set up to provide help to disadvantaged children and their families from the moment of conception until their twenties. This includes help for children who are fostered or adopted, with support, guidance and programmes for parents. They have over 7000 staff and 600 volunteers across the UK.

  • The Whizz-Kidz charity logo

    Whizz Kidz

    Our team of mobility therapists use their expert clinical knowledge to make sure every young person gets mobility equipment suited to their individual needs.

  • The Spinal Research charity logo

    Spinal Research

    Every year 1,000 people in the UK and Ireland are paralysed following an injury to their spinal cord. Spinal Research is the UK’s leading charity funding medical research around the world to develop effective treatments for paralysis caused by spinal cord injury.

  • The Spinal Injuries Association (SIA) logo

    Spinal Injury Association (SIA)

    Spinal Injury Association – they strive to achieve our vision of ensuring all spinal cord injured people receive the specialist treatment, care, rehabilitation and support they need to be fully integrated and empowered participants in society

  • The Motability logo

    Motability

    The Motability Scheme provides an affordable, worry-free way for people with disabilities to lease a car, scooter or powered wheelchair in exchange for their mobility allowance. The Scheme is operated by Motability Operations Ltd, under contract to Motability, a registered Charity.

  • The Brain and Spine Foundation logo

    Brain and Spine Foundation

    Providing expert support to people affected by neurological problems

  • The Back Up Trust logo

    Back Up

    Back Up exists to transform the lives of everyone affected by spinal cord injury.
    That means delivering a range of services to build confidence and independence back into people’s lives, and offering a support network when it is needed most. It also means challenging perceptions of disability – that life with spinal cord injury can be a full and active one. Many of our volunteer and staff team have been affected by spinal cord injury, and have a strong understanding of the challenges an injury can pose. They support over 800 people a year – of all ages and injury levels – to lead the life they want. They are there at every stage, and they are there for families and loved ones too.

  • The Action against Medical Accidents (AvMA) charity logo

    AvMA

    They provide free independent advice and support to people affected by medical accidents (lapses in patient safety) through our specialist helpline, written casework and inquest support services. They can refer to our accredited clinical negligence solicitors if appropriate. They also work in partnership with health professionals, the NHS, government departments, lawyers and, most of all, patients to improve patient safety and justice.

  • The Aspire spinal injury charity logo

    Aspire

    Aspire is a national charity that provides practical help to people who have been paralysed by Spinal Cord Injury; it can happen to anyone at any time and no one is prepared for how it will change their life. Aspire exists because there is currently no cure.