Our Referral Partners
ActOne ArtsBase - runs vibrant all-ability dance, theatre and arts projects all over Hertfordshire and the surrounding area. We work in inclusive spaces where everybody feels valued. We create inspiring performances with people from all backgrounds, whatever their abilities. Our goal is to make the performing arts accessible to all, regardless of disability or circumstance. Using this approach, we break down prejudice and barriers to participation for hundreds of young people.
Carers in Herts - provide quality services to all unpaid carers throughout Hertfordshire in accordance with our Equal Opportunities policy.
Counselling Foundation - is a charity with more than 30 years experience providing counselling to those over the age of 18. They have 5 centers in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire which conduct over 18,000 sessions per year, including work delivered under contract to the NHS. They have centers in Bedford, Boroxbourne, Luton and Dunstable, St Albans and Stevenage.
Credit union - Credit unions are financial co-operatives owned and controlled by their members. They offer savings and great value loans plus they are local, ethical and know what their members want.
Elfrida Rathbone Camden(ERC) - has been making a difference for children, young people and adults in London for more than 30 years, helping them achieve their potential and aspirations. Amongst those we have helped are: Young disabled people– wanting greater independence and involvement in their community, Families – needing additional support, Parents and families– need help to understand and get the help they need from education and social services.
Headway Bedford - the charity that supports people with a brain injury and those who care for them in Bedford and surrounding districts. Offering a range of rehabilitation services, emotional and practical support, psychological services and speech therapies.
Headway East London - is a charity working supporting people affected by brain injury. Working across 13 London Boroughs offering specialist support and services for over 200 survivors, family and carers in the local area each week. Providing therapies, advocacy, family and community support in a community venue where members can make the most of their abilities and interests.
Headway Hertfordshire - offers support, guidance, activities and rehabilitation to those affected by brain injury throughout Hertfordshire. A brain injury can have a devastating and life changing effect and finding the appropriate support to assist you to adjust to these changes can be difficult, so we can help guide you through the maze. We aim to enable individuals to cope with their changed lives and move forward to achieve their best possible outcome which may include education, employment, voluntary work or independent living skills. www.headway.org.uk
Headway Milton Keynes - offers support and rehabilitation to adults affected by brain injury from Milton Keynes and surrounding districts, to promote understanding of all aspects of brain injury and provide information, support and services to survivors, their families and carers. In addition, Headway will campaign to reduce the incidence of brain injury. www.headway.org.uk
Hertfordshire Day Services - Borehamwood Day Service is for adults with learning disabilities and for older people. Providing support to help clients Make friends, have fun and learn something new. Helping to develop independence or prepare for work? Enjoy activities that help clients recall fond memories and keep fit and healthy. Whatever the mobility level, their friendly team are trained to help with your everyday needs.
Jackies Drop in Centre - a Letchworth based community group. Jackie's Drop in is a centre catering for adults with different forms of disability. They have lots of fun things to do and quiet spaces too. Open Tues-Fri 11am-3pm.
Mail Out - Established in 1991 and based in Kentish Town, support people with disabilities to improve the quality of their lives in the four key areas of supported living, training, employment and leisure. Mail Out supports a range of public, private & voluntary organisations to handle large mailings. Mail Out offers collation, enclosing and despatch services as well as storage, mailing list management, photocopying and shredding options.
Mind in Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire - the leading mental health charity in England and Wales. We work to create a better life for everyone with experience of mental distress.
North Hertfordshire Homes - North Hertfordshire Homes is a not-for-profit housing association providing quality homes across eight local authority areas in the counties of Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire.
Project 229 in Bedford - community venue for people to access services and activities provided by organisations and community groups in Kempston and surrounding areas.
Peter Bedford Housing Association (PBHA) - is an Industrial and Provident Society with charitable status which works with socially excluded adults in London (North East). A pioneer of supported housing, we have been inspiring brighter futures for over forty years. We achieve this through the provision of supported housing alongside a wide range of vocational and community-based training opportunities and other activities in some of London’s most deprived areas.
Shaw Trust - a charity working to ensure the most severely disabled people had employment opportunities outside sheltered workshops. One of the largest, national third sector providers of welfare to work and social care programmes, having supported over 450,000 individuals towards independence.
The Camden Society charity - runs services across London and Oxfordshire. With a reputation for creativity, innovation and enterprise we generate new opportunities for people with disabilities to achieve greater equality. All our services are person-centred, supporting people to develop their lives in whatever ways they choose.
Vista St Albans - Vista St Albans is driven by its commitment to improving life chances for children and young people. By providing access to emotional wellbeing and early intervention services we will be able to support families enabling our children and young people to have better outcomes.