Other support organisations
There may be other support organisations that can help you:
- browse the community directory
- call us on 020 8937 4300 for advice, information or to be directed to community support.
If you have a health need or want to find a G.P. contact NHS Brent or phone 020 8733 1600.
Age UK Brent
Age UK Brent have advice services, befriending, advocacy, exercise and IT classes for older people in Brent.
Asian People's Disability Alliance
This is a self-help group run by Asian people with disabilities, who are members. It is not a religious or political group.
Association of Muslims With Disabilities
The Association of Muslims with Disabilities gives counselling and information on welfare benefits and health and social care for Muslims with disabilities. They run a drop-in centre on Saturdays at 154 Harlesden Road, Willesden, London NW10 3RX from 10am to 3pm.
- Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Brent Gateway Partnership
If you care for someone, a friend, partner or relative, then the Brent Gateway Partnership can help you and your family.
Brent Irish Advisory Service
Brent Irish Advisory Service give advice, information and support services to Irish, including a Transition to Old Age project and an Elders project.
Brent Mencap works with and for people of all ages with a learning disability in Brent. They run projects and services and do campaigning work in order to help people with learning disabilities be more independent and to meet people.
Brent Mind is a service which helps people with mental health issues in Brent, providing information and support.
Email email@example.com for more information.
Brent Start – Skills for Employment
Brent Start is for anyone who wants to learn new skills, to help them get into work, find a better job or improve themselves.
Citizens Advice Bureau
Citizens Advice Bureau provide advice on debt, housing, benefits, employment and more.
Elders Voice provide social and practical activities for older people in Brent.
Friends of African Caribbean Carers and Sufferers of Dementia
This group supports carers and people with dementia. It also helps raise awareness of dementia.
Harrow and Brent Careline
Harrow and Brent Council are working together to run a 24 hour Careline personal alarm service to support vulnerable people and those with life limiting conditions to live more independently and safely. Careline provides a variety of products to support elderly or vulnerable people including an alarm pendant, fall detectors, bed, chair and epilepsy sensors, medication prompts and key safes. If you would like more information on Careline please contact us:
Homeshare matches people who need help or support around the house with people who need accommodation and are willing to help. The scheme brings together “householders”, someone who would like a helping hand with practical support and companionship and has a spare room with “homesharers” - someone looking for affordable accommodation, who is friendly and willing to provide 10 hours of support around the house, with computers, gardening, shopping and companionship each week. This scheme is open to people who don’t qualify for formal care and also to those who already have care packages in place.
- More information can be found at: homeshareuk.org.
Kingswood Centre provide specialist healthcare for people with learning disabilities.
Penderels Trust offers advice, guidance and practical solutions to enable people with disabilities and older people to live independently in their own homes. They also offer information and support with Direct Payments.
The Royal Association of Deaf People
The Royal Association of Deaf People provide a weekly information, advice and guidance session for deaf people living in Brent.
- For more information read the Deaf Surgery Leaflet
Care Premier – Home Meal Service
Care Premier is the main provider of Meals on Wheels for the London Borough of Brent. Our carers and drivers uphold our reputation and are valued in the community. To find out more about the type of meals provided and how much they cost, visit their website. From the website you can also find their contact details and how to set up an order.
West Indian Self Effort Education Project
West Indian Self Effort Education Project is a day centre for African Caribbean people and others, including people with dementia.
Care Premier is the main provider of Meals on Wheels for the London Borough of Brent. Our carers and drivers uphold our reputation and are valued in the community.