We are a health and wellbeing charity based in Upper Holloway in Islington. Our mission is to help people take action to change their lives for the better. Our services promote mental and physical health and wellbeing and increase social inclusion.
Our Living Well Services include:
Early Parenthood Programme supports refugee and migrant families to access healthcare and give their children the best start in life.
FGM Programme supports women affected by FGM with our therapeutic Dahlia groups and raises awareness of the issues surrounding FGM.
Friendship Network reduces social isolation felt by older people in Islington by matching them with befriending volunteers who visit them regularly for a chat.
Health Advocacy provides bilingual advocacy to enable refugees and migrants to live more healthily.
Stroke Service enables stroke survivors and their families and carers in Islington to regain more skills, access local services and take an active part in local life.
Wellbeing Service reduces the stigma around mental health by promoting physical and mental wellbeing and healthier lifestyles as well as supporting people to access care.
Our Nurseries give children aged tow to five a better start in life by providing a stimulating learning environment. Our term-time only provision is based at Manor Gardens and year-round extended hours at Hornsey Road Children's Centre.
We provide leadership and influencing for the local voluntary and community sector through the Health Exchange network, Food Poverty Action Plan steering group and Time to Talk Hub.