Mental Health (including dementia, depression, LD. eating disorders)
ADHD Norfolk is a charity that is based in Norfolk and supports those affected by ADHD. We work with individuals, families, schools and other organisations to improve the lives of those with ADHD/ADD. We work to promote emotional wellbeing, educational attainment, behaviour and life prospectsand our services include Adult Coaching, ADHD-specific Parenting Programme, Bespoke ADHD Staff Training & our popular ADHD in Education Level 3 Qualification.
Outdoor mountaineering rehabiliation courses for ex-service personnel who are experiencing psychological difficulties, after serving.
To help people in Norwich to remain independent and maintain wellbeing in later life. Advice, volunteer support, social groups and day care for people with dementia.
Support for people with dementia, their carers and families, information and advice. We run support groups and information programmes for carers.
Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity. It provides a range of information, training and online support services for anyone affected by eating disorders.
Countywide service funded by Norfolk County Council & NHS providing free support to unpaid carers. Available to people aged 16+ caring for someone aged 18+.
We provide a range of services to the Deaf Community in Norfolk, including provision of Sign language Interpreters under INTRAN. We run The Deaf Community Centre based in Norwich
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.
Families' House is a charity that is all about creating a better life for children and families in Norwich and Norfolk.
Offering support to mothers and their families to help treat and prevent the onset of maternal mental illnesses.
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.
Supported accommodation provider in Norwich housing vulnerable, homeless men and women. Temporary, 'move-on' accommodation for up to 2 years.
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
Registered charity which provides person-centred holistic support and care to people in Norfolk who are experiencing distress or have difficulties living independently.
Music Mirrors: toolkits of sound and music for memory.