We provide a counselling service for individuals over 18 using a psychodynamic approach. Open ended and some short-term contracts are offered. We provide supervision and can provide counselling training. Counselling might help you if: you are feeling depressed, anxious or confused you have difficulty in relating to others you are feeling dissatisfied with your work/relationship or lifestyle you are feeling inadequate or insecure
Social weekly groups for the over 50s. 3 hours including refreshments, arts and crafts, one hour of exercise, self catered lunch and talks. Split into four groups for different minorities; Carribean style, Asian-style (ladies only), Chinese style and Asian style (for men)
Advice and guidance for minority ethnic travellers and asylum seeking pupils
Provides an opportunity for people with mental health problems to socialise in a supportive, non-judgemental environment. Information, activities, courses and trips are offered. And light lunch and refreshments are provided.
MARRS offers specialist help to support families in crisis. The service is established jointly by Bucks NHS Mental Health Trust and Bucks County Council Children's Services, and can call on family therapists, outreach workers, a psychotherapist, educational psychologist and child psychiatrist.
Offering services, activities and support to the families and carers of babies/ children from 0 to 5 years. Midwife and Health Visitors deliver some services on site
Christian volunteer led organisation offering free one week summer holiday play scheme for 4-11 years.
We specialise in helping the local community to progress and gain the valuable skills needed to get on in life.
Part of Elim Christian Centre, Oasis Project is a Youth & Adult skills program, presenting informal training in car mechanics, plumbing, electrical skills, painting & decorating, garden maintenance and numeracy & literacy. The target groups are 16-50 year olds with the intention of providing guidance and mentoring into trade and creative industries. The programs are over 14 week periods consisting of a weekly two-hour session of both theory and practical application. The learning projects and programs also help through motivating and inspiring self esteem, confidence and life skills.
Provides supported housing for single young people aged 16-35 years in 74 self catering bedsits with shared bathroom facilities and 52 studio flats. Working in partnership with other local agencies, the YMCA provides a programme of activities designed to support and help its residents fulfill their potential, and to learn and develop skills that enable them to move confidently on to independent living.