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1-1 Health Training

If you live in Greenwich and would like to stop smoking, eat more healthily or get active but don’t know where to start, then a Health Trainer can help. A Health Trainer can offer you free one-to-one support to help you take that next step towards improving your health and well-being.
 0800 587 5833

@ Recovery College Greenwich

@ Recovery College Greenwich is run by Bridge Mental Health Service. We offer a wide range of courses, workshops and seminars to support people with mental health or substance misuse problems as they develop their skills and talents on their journey through recovery. The college runs courses. Each course is 1 day a week and they vary in length between four and eight weeks. They are: Anger management. Art.…
 020 8294 7909  If you have any queries please phone the college on: 0771 292 4120

ACT Carers Group

For carers of people accessing the Assertive Community Treatment Team in Greenwich. Provides peer support, information and education.
 020 8319 5509

Active For Health

Office hours Monday-Friday 9am-5pm
Active for Health provides a free community based physical activity programme across the borough. Any ability and mobility. Certain classes have disability access.Activities are delivered by qualified and experienced instructors in accessible ocmmunity venues across the borough.
 0800 587 5833

Adfam

Group support sessions and information sessions on topics including why people become addicted, boundaries and coping with conflict. Sessions held on Mondays in Woolwich.1:1 support, information and support packs, drop in sessions and complementary therapies also available.
 020 8854 2859  020 8316 0116

The AHOY Centre

We have a range of programmes running during the week and at weekends dependent on ability. They are usually half days and participants can enjoy going afloat, enjoying the River Thames and adding to their skills set. We also have a team of qualified Mentors who offer advice and a friendly, listening ear. 
 020 8691 7502

Al-Anon (and Alateen)

Local peer support for families and friends of alcoholics. Separate local support group may be available for teenage children affected by others alcohol dependency. Al-Anon Groups: Monday: 8.00pm Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Area G, OPD, Stadium Road, Woolwich SE18 4QH Sunday: 7.30pm Our Lady of Grace Church, 145 Charlton Road, Greenwich SE7 7EZ For Alateen meetings phone 020 7593 2070
 020 7403 0888

Alcohol Treatment Requirement (ATR)

This is a service for victims and perpetrators of domestic violence and abuse (DVA). It signposts people to drug and alcohol services in Greenwich - peer support groups e.g. AA, CA, NA and smart recovery. When Probation Officers who prepare pre-sentence reports identify a DV perpetrator with drug and alcohol problems, the offender will be assessed for an Alcohol Treatment Requirement (ATR) and consideration will be given to proposing to the Court that a community sentence is imposed requiring mandatory interventions by a specialist alcohol treatment provider. 
 020 8855 5872

Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families

The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families The Anna Freud National Centre for Children and Families is a children’s mental health charity with over 60 years’ experience of caring for young minds. Our vision is a world in which children and their families are effectively supported to build on their own strengths to achieve their goals in life. Our aim is to transform current mental health provision in the UK by improving the quality, accessibility and effectiveness of treatment. We bring…
 020 7794 2313

Anti-Bullying Alliance

Anti-Bullying Alliance is a unique coalition of organisations and individuals, working together to achieve our vision to: stop bullying and create safer environments in which children and young people can live, grow, play and learn. We welcome membership from any organisation or individual that supports this vision and support a free network of thousands of schools and colleges. The ABA has three main areas of work: Supporting learning and sharing best practice through membership;…

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