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Wandsworth Contact Service - Contact Centres

The contact service provides safe venues and supervisors to facilitate contact between parents, children, siblings and children looked after by Children's Specialist Services.  Contact sessions take place in purpose-designed rooms with one or two contact supervisors. The service provides:  10 purpose-designed, modern, fully-equipped…
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Wandsworth Council Lifelong Learning

Lifelong learning. It’s totally worth exploring. For all stages of life. For personal or professional purposes. Whatever the goal, every year Wandsworth Lifelong Learning helps thousands of individuals and hundreds of organisations achieve their potential through its extensive network of delivery partners. If you are…

Wandsworth Council Pupil Services

Pupil Services' telephone lines are set up for officers to receive calls through the normal number  - 020 8871 7316 -  but we understand that some parents are having difficulty getting through.  They ask that parents and carers email us at admissions@wandsworth.gov.uk and…

Wandsworth Council Tax Reduction

Council Tax Reduction (CTR) is to help people who are on a low income to pay part or all of their council tax. The Government requires us to protect the claiming process for pension age claimants so there are two CTR schemes…

Wandsworth Council Youth Work Service

Wandsworth Youth Work Service works with young people aged 11-19 or 25 if the young person has a disability. The service: runs full-time youth clubs throughout the borough, offers a wide range of…

The Wandsworth Dads Test for Children & Family Services - Leaflet

This leaflet is for practitioners and managers about ways to think about involving fathers in their children’s upbringing. Dads have an impact on their children’s wellbeing and achievement.  The ‘Wandsworth Dads Test’ leaflet aims to help you start to assess how “Dad-inclusive” your services…

Wandsworth Discretionary Support Grants

Wandsworth Discretionary Support Grants offer help and support to residents in Wandsworth who are experiencing hardship and crisis. There are three types of grants. Discretionary Community Care Grant Provides support by the way of furniture (e.g. beds) and white goods (e.g. fridges).

Wandsworth Early Intervention Service (NHS)

Wandsworth Early Intervention Service works with adult service users and their carers who have experienced a first episode of psychosis. We are National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) compliant in our interventions and aim for recovery. This service is for Wandsworth residents…
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Wandsworth Family Link

This service arranges weekend breaks with a foster carer for children and young people with severe disabilities. The age range catered for is 0-18 years old.The benefits are: the child or young person gets to have…

Wandsworth Foodbank

Wandsworth Foodbank provides emergency food and support to local people in crisis across the Wandsworth Borough. It provides a minimum of three days’ nutritionally balanced, non-perishable emergency food and support to people experiencing crisis for reasons including: redundancy benefit delay receiving an unexpected…