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Organisation (Please click for more info) Organisation Description Services Provided
Kent (North) Adoption Support Group

We are the local support group of the national organisation Adoption UK. We are run by and for adopters, prospective adopters and their families and offer support, information and friendship.
We can offer support and information by telephone, email and face to face.

Evening Meetings with a speaker
Parent and toddler club
events for older children and teens
social evenings and family fun days.

St Mary the Virgin Church, Bexley

St Mary the Virgin Church, Bexley is a Church of England Church which works together with St John's in Bexley as the established church to serve the parishioners of these two parishes.

Regular Sunday worship according to Church of England services.
Memorial Services.
Messy Church every month on a Sunday for the whole family.

Jesse's Place Foundation CIC

Jesse's Place Foundation CIC supports children and young people living with Autism and their families. Our aim is to promote a good quality of life for our service users. We currently run a four hour 'Active Play' respite programme for children and young people between the ages 8 and 25 years at the Garrard Harris Academy. We also run a parent and carer support group for Bexley residents.

- Active Play Respite Programme for ages 8 - 25 years child and young people living with a disability.
- Training and workshops for parents and carers on Autism related issues
- Advocacy services within the community raising awareness of autism and addressing stigmatisation topics with BAME communities
- Signposting support for parents and carers and advice on how to navigate the system
- Home visits
- Support with Education, Health Care Plan (EHCP)
- Assistance with completing forms such as Disability Living Allowance and Deputyship applications
- Management and support strategies for parents/carers
- Network support for Parents and Carers
- Consultation with organisations
- Social gatherings

St Michael's Community Centre Association

To provide halls for hire to the local community.

• Bexleyheath Stage School of Dancing
• Tuesday Night Dancers Ballroom, Sequence & Line Dancing
• SMRA Quiz nights
• Bo-Peeps Nursery School
• Mums & Tots (Curious Cubs)
• Weightwatchers
• Aikido
• Zumba Gold
• Welling Flower Club
• Refresh
• Welling Ladies Open Group
• Kumon
• Beaming Stars
• Irish Community
• Indian Dancing
• Art Class
• SKK Karate
• Powerhoop
• Relax and Rejuvenate

Family Lives Bexley

Home visiting befriending service for families (level 1)in Bexley with a pre school child.
Bite size parenting training.
Employment of Play Workers to provide 3000 of play to Children’s Centres in the 3 localities in Bexley.


Bostall Library Community Group

Bostall Library is a friendly local library on the corner of King Harolds Way and Westbourne Road. There's been a library here since 1939 and it has been extended and refurbished over the years, most recently in 2004. Bus number 422 stops nearby. The nearest railway station is Bexleyheath. There is some on-street parking.

Library Service
Community Cinema
Coffee Shop
Adult and Children's Activities

Bexley Snap

Our vision is that disabled children have choices and a right to a fulfilling life.
Our values are:
Understanding and showing respect and commitment to the families that we work with.
Being passionate because disabled children and young people need a champion at all times.
Actively listening so that we can help reduce the struggle and battle parents face.
Seeing the disabled child as part of a whole family with different support needs.
Believing that disabled children belong and are welcome in our community.

Holiday Clubs
After school Clubs
Saturday Clubs
Youth Clubs
Lego Club
Counselling and parent courses

Al-Anon Family Groups UK & Eire

Al-Anon Family Groups provide support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else's drinking and alcohol misuse, regardless of whether that person is still drinking or not.

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)

Bexley Moorings Project

Bexley Moorings Project aims to provide opportunities for young people to tackle the issues that are preventing them from accessing support and to engage them.
Currently the young people we support are aged 8 - 17

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for anxiety and depression referrals via CAMHS
Befriending for young people in families supported by social care aged 10 - 15
Social skills group for young people aged 8 - 13 open referral
Emotional Support work with the virtual school service

Bexley Voice for Special Needs Children

Bexley Voice is a voluntary led group of parents and carers of children and young people (aged 0-25) with special/additional needs and disabilities (SEND) living in Bexley. We provide information and signpost to empower families to obtain the best possible services for their family.

We keep parents up to date with local and national issues/intiatives via our:
Comprehensive website
School Visit Programme - going in to schools, pre schools etc. to talk with parents about local services and national issues.
Regular Tea and Talk sessions (including evening dates) where parents can drop in to speak with us about specific issues, enjoy a cuppa and listen to a relevant professional speak about their service.
Regular E bulletins for members which highlight services, legislation changes and sharing local & national consultations
Active Facebook group – open only to parent carers in Bexley – where parents support each other on a wide range of topics

We proactively consult with our members on a range of topics to enable us to provide a voice for parent/carers at all levels.

We Attend a wide range of meetings to provide a voice for our members; to network and build partnerships with other local groups and neighbouring Parent Forums, with service providers and the Local Authority and CCG to influence the maintenance and development of services for our members.

We offer workshops and briefings to parent carers as funding allows.

Family Matters

Family Matters provides specialist therapy to victims of rape and sexual abuse and our aim is to relieve the mental and physical distress of children, adolescents and adults who have been victims of this horrific abuse.

The sexual violence can be recent or historic; it can be reported to police or not reported. As a charity our services are subject to funding and at present and we are funded to offer support to clients living within Kent or the London Borough of Bexley or if aged 16 and under we also accept clients from London Boroughs of Greenwich and Bromley.

We also offer a helpline service which is provided by trained volunteers. Opening times : 9am-5.00pm Helpline 7 days a week:01474 537392.

• One to One therapy
• Helpline

Howbury Tumblers (The)

Parent Carer toddler group provides a safe, stimulating play & learn environment for children age 0 -5 and their carers , a first chance for learning, fun & friendship outside the home.

Daily creative , cooking, sensory & physical play for children indoor and outside.
Support for Parents & carers.
Student support scheme.

Bridging the Gap South East

BTGSE can provide support and advice for members and their families. This ranges from acting as an intermediary within familes to advice on benefits available.

They deliver services that meet the following needs, Loneliness and Isolation.

Twice a month we hold an evening social club for members, their families and carers.

We also organise day trips and outings, informative talks and life- skills workshops.

Bi monthly meetings. One full social club and one peer led discussion group, held in Sidcup in the evening. This is for adults on the autistic spectrum and their parents carers and friends. Outings and events also arranged. Parents of younger children can attend for support.

St Lawrence Charitable Fund

The Charity tries to help individuals and groups within the borough to obtain the financial and practical assistance they need to function effectively.

The Fund's Objectives include:-
1) The relief of poverty and distress
2) Advice and counselling for those in need.

Bexley Down's Syndrome Group

Our Group offer support, information and we fundraise to provide social activities for members and/or families living in the borough.

Social Activities
Annual Christmas meal
christmas pantomime trip

Headway SELNWK Ltd

To improve the quality of life for people, families and carers affected by brain injury in South East London North West Kent by empowering them to achieve their goals

Early Intervention Project with Kings College Hospital and related rehabilitation units and community organisations in the region
Social rehabilitation centres at Abbeywood, Deptford, Bromley, drop in facility in Medway.
One to one community support programme.

Kingsgen Foundation

Kingsgen Foundation is a charitable organisation established to empower, equip, educate and enlighten parents to support children. We provide educational and parenting services through conferences, seminars, workshops, symposiums, coaching of parents, coaching and mentoring children. We support both parents and their children,

Blackfen Community Library ( New Generation Community Trust)

We are a community library in the heart of Blackfen High Street and our vision is to have an 'open door' for our community - providing opportunities to access a great world of books in a comforting 'third space' – a home away from home. We believe our library space offers us the opportunity to not only cater for specific population groups, such as children, families, students, the unemployed, carers, the retired and anyone who needs a place to belong – but also a brilliant way to bring different groups in our community together. Our motto is 'a big hello' - a warm greeting and welcoming space for everyone – including those who may not always feel welcome elsewhere. Our coffee shop is a central part of our library and we run various programmes and events in the space to bring our community together. We have big ideas for the future and our staff and volunteers have a big heart to use our space in a big way to impact Blackfen for good.

Café / Coffee Shop
Books for loan
Books for Sale
Study space
Venue hire
Photo copying
Phone / laptop charging
Children’s reading / singing programmes
Children’s crafts / educational programmes
Scrabble Club
Craft Club
Support Group coffee mornings (Parkinsons, dementia)
Coffee Morning – discounted drinks
IT support
Outreach programmes (seasonal and for specific groups – e.g. for lonely and isolated people)
Work experience

Bexley adolescent support service - Porchlight

Some young people need additional support to help them reach their full potential. That’s where BASS can help.
The service works with 8-17 year olds across Bexley, providing one-to-one support at home, in school, or anywhere the young person feels safe.

We’ve designed the service to help young people with all kinds of support needs, whether they’re having difficulty managing their relationships, getting into trouble at school or having problems at home that are affecting their education.
Our support workers make young people feel valued and listened to. We can help them to develop the social, emotional and relationship skills they’ll need throughout life.
Over a period of up to 12 weeks, we work with the young person to develop and follow a support plan containing achievable goals specific to their situation and needs.
Creative approaches are used to engage with even the hardest-to-reach young people, building connections through activities.
We also work alongside other practitioners and services to develop the young person’s relationships with their family, community and school.

We support young people on a 121 basis that meet at least one of the following criteria:
• At risk of exclusion from education
• Poor attendance in education
• Poor behaviour in education
• Family difficulties – e.g. domestic abuse – impacting on education