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Accommodation and Housing

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Organisation (Please click for more info) Organisation Description Services Provided
Lewisham Refugee and Migrant Network

We provide Information and Advice on Asylum, Immigration, Welfare, Housing and Health. We also provide Training, Employment, Women's Support, Emergency Support and other activities.

ESOL and literacy classes
Knitting and sewing group
Gardening project

South East London Community Energy

Are you struggling to pay for your energy? Do you have energy debts? Living in a cold home?

South London Community Energy (SELCE) can offer you expert guidance to help you to stay warm and manage your energy bills

• Get the best deal for your electricity and gas
• Help you to manage energy debt
• Get discounts on your energy and water
• Provide you with free energy saving devices
• Support you to access grants to improve the energy efficiency of your home
• Advise on emergency heating repairs and upgrades advice

To find out more, get advice by phone call 0808 169 1779 to book or email us at

energy.advice@selce.org.uk

Selce is the trading name of South East London Community Energy Ltd which is registered as a Community Benefit Society under the Co-operatives and Community Benefit Society Act 2014 (Society number 32417). It operates in accordance with the seven co-operative principles agreed by the International Co-operative Alliance.

- Community Solar and advice on solar
- Energy efficiency advice - how to make your home more energy effieicnt
- Thermal imaging
- Advice to help local people keep warm and well in the winter and reduce fuel bills
- Workshops with community groups
- Home visits

BCU Lifeskills Centre

BCU aims to address the basic needs of people to be valued, respected and active members of Society by providing support, advice and training for the unemployed, ethnic minorities, women returners, disabled adults and the socially disadvantaged. We aim to enable adults to cope with their individual circumstances and equip them in the longer term with the skills and confidence necessary to either return to the work-force or into education.

Drop-In, Women’s Day; Women's Therapy Group; One to one counselling, advice and signposting to specialist organisations, voluntary work experience, courses (when funding allows)

Irish Community Services

We are an Irish charity working in South London. We offer the following services. Lunch Clubs. Carers support group also Dementia reminiscence groups. Be-A-Friend project for those who are isolated and lonely. Elders Outreach providing support with benefits, Pensions or housing. Advice and Health for under 55 providing housing, employment and debt advice.

Advice and Health service
Cancer self-help groups
Lunch Clubs
Outreach service
Be-a Friend service