Mental health / Money / Older people / Physical health conditions

Mental health

  • Bridge (Greenwich)
    Bridge partners with a range of specialist health and wellbeing services providers to deliver holistic community support.
  • Bromley Bipolar UK SupportGroup
    Our support groups are free to attend and are open to anyone affected by bipolar, including family, friends and carers.
  • Bromley, Lewisham and Greenwich Mind
    Bromley, Lewisham & Greenwich Mind works alongside people with mental health needs and dementia, to improve their quality of life.
  • Centrepieces (Mental Health Arts Project)
    Centrepieces is a registered charity which helps adults in their mental health recovery through art.
  • Choice Support
    A national charity supporting people with autism, learning disabilities and mental health needs.
  • Community Options (Bromley)
    Services operate a person-centred approach which allows us to work with people flexibly to support their individual needs.
  • First Step Trust
    Charity providing opportunities for people excluded from working life because of mental health conditions, learning disabilities, drug or alcohol and other disadvantages.
  • Greenwich Advocacy Partnership
    We help vulnerable adults, disabled people, people having problems with alcohol and substance abuse and people with mental health issues who live in Greenwich.
  • Mind in Bexley
    Mind in Bexley is an independent, user-focused charity providing quality outcome-based services to make a positive difference to the Mental Health of the people of Bexley.
  • Samaritans Bexley & Dartford
    If you need someone to talk to, we listen. We won't judge or tell you what to do.
  • Samaritans Lewisham, Greenwich and Southwark
    If you need someone to talk to, we listen. We won't judge or tell you what to do.


  • Financial Ombudsman Service
    UK's official expert in sorting out problems with financial services. If a business and a customer can't resolve a complaint themselves, we can give an unbiased answer about what's happened. If we decide someone's been treated unfairly, we have legal powers to put things right.
  • Greenwich & Bexley Credit Union
    Greenwich & Bexley Credit Union is a local not for profit financial co-operative, owned by our members and founded on principles of mutual co-operation and trust.
  • Royal Borough of Greenwich Welfare Rights Service
    The Welfare Rights Service advises Royal Greenwich residents on tax credits and benefits.

Older people

  • Age UK Bexley Men in Sheds
    Our shed is a community space for men to make things, make friends and stay active. We run as a micro business selling products to contract for individuals and local service providers.
  • Age UK Bromley & Greenwich 
    Advice, homehelp, befriending and activities for older people in Bromley and Greenwich.
  • Alzheimer's Society - Bexley
    For anyone affected by dementia, helping to keep people with dementia connected to their lives and the people who matter most.
  • Bromley Dementia Support Hub
    One stop access to support for people diagnosed with dementia and their carers, in Bromley borough.
  • Crossroads Care South East London - Volunteer Befriending Service (Bexley and Greenwich)
    We provide a range of services to unpaid carers of children, adults and older people with support needs across Bexley, Greenwich, Lewisham and surrounding areas.
  • Dementia Carers Greenwich
    Volunteers run two groups each month. The Eltham meeting is a support group for  dementia carers, the Charlton Group is for both the carer and cared for.
  • Evergreen Care Bexley
    Providing home support, befriending, wellbeing, gardening, clean team and Lifeline24 services to older people living in Bexley.
  • Irish Community in Greenwich, Bexley & Lewisham
    Offer culturally sensitive services to Irish people in the community who are often reluctant or unable to access the services of other larger organisations or statutory services.
  • Refresh (Bexley)
    A 'drop in' group, for all ages, that meets at St Michael's Community Centre, supported by the local church.  We provide an opportunity to meet together and chat over 'free' refreshments. Topic days add interest to our programme and confidential help is available for a range of situations if it is requested.

Physical health conditions

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