Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT)
We know it can be a difficult time, and cancer affects us all in many ways, Big C is here for you. Big C can help with those everyday worries, questions, and stresses. From dealing with the side effects of treatment, to the financial impact of cancer, at Big C we can help you through your cancer journey with free expert support, information, and guidance.
We have Support & Information Centres in Norwich, Gt Yarmouth and King’s Lynn and Hubs in Gorleston and Cromer. There is no need to make an appointment to speak to us, simply drop in during our opening hours. If you are unable to visit a Centre or Hub in person, you can contact us via our Telephone Support Line: 0800 092 7640.
We unite people of all ages who face disabling barriers to get our voices heard and change things for the better. We support people through our services and activities to live more independently and have choice and control in their lives.
Consumer champion – independent organisation to represent the voice of the public to improve the quality of health and social care for the residents of Norfolk.
MAP's vision is that all young people will know what it is to be valued and have the support/information needed for successful transition to adulthood
The NHS Complaints Advocacy service is here to help you if you are unhappy with the service you have received from the NHS
Supporting the health & wellbeing needs of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Norfolk & Waveney.
To enable social inclusion and enhance quality of life for people with severe mobility problems on low incomes in Norwich and districts. We offer fully accessible mobility bus services with affordable fares, for independence, equality, safety and security so that our members are empowered to make their own contribution to their community.
Off The Record is a charity offering affordable counselling and psychotherapy to individuals and couples by a team of fully qualified and experienced counsellors.
Funded by the local CCG, free for Norwich residents. GP referral-based community resource, for those living with mental illness in the community.
SWEET ARTS is a creative arts and wellbeing organisation supporting women with mental, emotional and physical health issues. Delivered in a bright and colourful, safe and supportive environment.
Dedicated to delivering services enabling strong communities where people are able to improve their lives. Promoting supporting and developing volunteering and work of voluntary organisations.