Where we work

We offer direct support through training courses etc. to anyone within Bristol and the surrounding  areas. We also offer support to people from outside the Bristol area over the phone.

Below is a map showing other services local to us that also offer various forms of support. Further information about the services can be found below the map.

Point A – Nilaari

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www.nilaari.co.uk
0117 952 5742

Nilaari is a Bristol wide Black & other Minority Ethnic led organisation set up to provide culturally appropriate and sensitive counselling, information, advice and support primarily to BME adults and young people who misuse or at risk of misusing drugs and or alcohol.

Point B – Bristol Mind

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 www.bristolmind.org.uk

0117 980 0370

Bristol Mind provide outreach and advocacy work for people experiencing poor mental health.

Point C – Brigstowe Project and Single Parent Action Network

Both the Brigstowe Project and Single Parent Action Network operate from the same location, The Silai Centre.

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www.brigstowe.org

0117 955 5038

The Brigstowe Project offers free confidential and independent information, advice and support for people affected by HIV who live in the Bristol area.

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www.spanuk.org.uk

0117 951 4231

 

SPAN is a uniquely diverse organisation empowering one parent families throughout the UK. They value the vital contributions of one parent families in society.

Point D – Easton Leisure Centre
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Easton Leisure Centre’s facilities include a 25-metre pool, learner pool,  flume, fitness suite, indoor studio cycling and large sports hall.

Point E – Bristol Debt Advice Centre
Bristol Debt Advice Centre

www.talkingmoney.org.uk

0117 954 3096

Bristol Debt Advice Centre provide free, independent debt advice, energy advice and financial education. They are dedicated to helping people out of financial hardship.

Point F – Felix Road Adventure Playground
Felix Road

felixroadplayground.org

0117 955 1265

Felix Road Adventure Playground provides children between the age of five and sixteen the opportunity to play in a safe environment. The playground is free and open to all.

Point G – Bristol Refugee Action
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For thirty years, Refugee Action have been standing up for people who’ve fled persecution, violence and harassment.

Point H – Easton Community Centre
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Easton Community Centre provides a sustainable, secure, culturally diverse and accessible space that is valued and supported by the people of Easton and the surrounding area.

Point I – Woman Kind
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www.womankindbristol.org.uk

0845 458 2914 or 0117 916 6461

Womankind provides women in the Bristol area with free or affordable professional counselling, psychotherapy and on-going support.