Wycombe Hospital

Offers a full range of planned surgical services, as well as 24 hour emergency medical care (including minor injuries) and specialist medical care, including stroke and heart conditions. There is also a midwifery-led maternity unit. The hospital also offers specialist cancer and urological services.

Wycombe Dial-a-Ride

A community bus service for people with disabilities who find it difficult or impossible to use normal forms of public transport. All vehicles are fitted with tail lifts, so they can cater for clients travelling in a wheelchair. You can book a ride by telephone up to seven days in advance but 48 hours notice must be given. Bookings can only be accepted from 10.15am 2.15pm.

The Oasis Partnership

(Wycombe and Aylesbury offices) provides advice, information, assessment and counselling to anyone who is concerned about their own or someone else's alcohol or drug use, plus training and education on drug/alcohol issues to other agencies and professional groups.

The Old Tea Warehouse

Hostel run by English Churches Housing Group (not mentioned on their website). It provides 36 beds for men and 4 for women (in a separate area). This can include emergency accommodation, but only if there's a spare bed, and after the assessment process has taken place. 6 other houses are available near by as move-on accommodation, which offer a lower level of support. The Old Tea Warehouse also has some nomination rights to permanent accommodation, and private agreements with some local landlords.

The 7-9 Club

The club provides an unstructured and non-threatening environment for people with mental health problems to socialise and relax. The club also offers the opportunity to make and meet friends at the club and out and about. Indoor sports and games are provided, and light refreshments are available.