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Manor Gardens Centre Health Advocacy Service

A health and wellbeing charity that helps people change their lives, share their stories and influence the world. We promote physical and mental wellbeing for the most deprived and vulnerable people in North London through our services.  These services include the Health Advocacy Service which empowers refugee and migrant communities to overcome the health inequalities they face and improve their wellbeing by tackling language and cultural barriers, harmful traditional practices, poverty, unemployment and social exclusion. Our current activities include:

Community interpreting (including within Primary Health Care in the London Borough of Camden)

Bilingual Advocacy and Support (including within Primary Health Care in the London Borough of Camden)

Community health workshops

Volunteering opportunities and support for refugee and migrant individuals

Bright Beginnings Project (bilingual individual and group support for pregnant women or those with a baby under 1)

Community research projects

A range of activities to tackle FGM (female genital mutilation) and support women affected by FGM, including community workshops, individual support and advocacy, training for professionals, a pan-London FGM Forum, an Islington Steering Group and the Newham FGM Prevention Service.

The Dahlia Project - therapeutic support groups for women affected by FGM.

Contact details

Contact Name
Ms Eleanor Tomlinson
Contact Position
Service Manager
Telephone
020 7272 5336
Fax: 020 7263 9660
E-mail
advocacy@manorgardenscentre.org
Website
www.manorgardenscentre.org/health-advocacy/ 

Address

Activity location
Please contact us for further information regarding location.
Address
Manor Gardens Centre
6-9,
Manor Gardens
London
Postcode
N7 6LA

Time / Date Details

When is it on
Mon-Fri 9am-5pm.

Further details

Parent Body
Manor Gardens Welfare Trust.
Client Group
Refugees, asylum seekers and newly arrived migrants.
Referrals Policy

Referrals by GPs, individuals and community groups. Self referrals also accepted. Please contact staff for further information regarding referring to individual projects.

Referral required?
Yes
Languages
Tigre; Tigrinya; Congolese; Lingala; Turkish; Dari; Lithuanian; Farsi; Eritrean; Polish; German; Portuguese; Pashto; French; Russian; Albanian; Romanian; Amharic; Arabic; Somali; Bengali; Italian; Slovakian; Kurdish; Bulgarian
Last checked date
01/11/2016
Record ID
9703
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