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Active Norfolk

If you would like to increase your exercise but really don't know where to start, or you feel you can't afford to, seek advice from Active Norfolk Tel: 01603 732333 or visit their website HERE.

Alarms - Contact Care Lifeline

This alarm system provides you with a personal alarm button on a neck cord or a wrist strap allowing you to call for help day or night from anywhere is your home. Tel: 0800 917 4680 or visit their website HERE.

Alcohol and Drug Support

Contact Change, Grow, Live (CGL) for advice and treatment. Support and advice is available for carers , families and friends too. Call 01603 514096  or visit their website HERE.

Al-Anon - for families and Friends of problem drinkers

Is your life affected by someone who has a problem with alcohol - then this is where you can get help and support. Families and friends can be devastated by the havoc caused by alcoholism but often have nobody to turn to - Al-Anon have local family groups or you can contact their confidential helpline on 0800 0086 811 - 10.00am to 10:00pm daily or visit their website HERE.

Bereavement Advice

For practical, sensitive and sympathetic advice on a variety of bereavement related topics contact the "Bereavement Advice Centre." Call their free helpline on 0800 082 1203 Monday to Friday 9.00am to 5.00pm or visit their website HERE.

Big C - Norfolk's Cancer Charity

Whether you need to talk in confidence, have questions, concerns and worries, need practical support or simply need to escape to somewhere calm the Big C can help. There is also a new telephone support line where you can talk over any concerns or ask questions - Call 0800 092 7640 Monday - Friday 9:30am to 4:30pm and on Wednesdays and Fridays 6:00pm till 7:30pm, or visit their website HERE.

Blue Badges

This is a disabled parking permit that allows people who are registered blind, or those with severe mobility issues, easier access to public facilities. For more information click HERE.

Carers Matter Norfolk

If you are a carer and need advice, support, guidance or just some basic information then this is the place for you. Telephone 0800 083 1148 or visit their website HERE.

Dementia

For information and support for people with dementia in South Norfolk please click HERE

Diabetes UK

To support anyone living with or affected by Diabetes. Tel: 0345 123 2399 or visit their website HERE.

Domestic Violence and Abuse Services

Leeway is a specialist domestic abuse charity based in Norfolk and Suffolk. It has a 24 hour domestic abuse Helpline - Call 0300 561 0077 or visit their website HERE. .

"Remember: Domestic abuse doesn't just mean violent behaviour, it's about power and control. It can also include emotional, psychological and financial abuse."

Eating Disorders - BEAT

It’s very important to access treatment as early as possible, as earlier treatment means a greater chance of fully recovering from your eating disorder. Your first point of contact in health care is likely to be your GP as they are responsible for your initial diagnosis and will coordinate your care and refer you to an eating disorders specialist if appropriate. Visit Beat's website HERE.

Norfolk Deaf Association (NDA) Trading as 'Hear for Norfolk'

For information, support and communication services for young people and adults with all degrees of hearing loss - Visit their website HERE.

Mental Health for Veterans

NHS England have published the following leaflet to give clear information on the dedicated mental health services available for ex-forces. The leaflet is available by clicking HERE

Time Norfolk - pregnancy loss charity

For support following a pregnancy loss or infant death, facing an unplanned pregnancy or need support with a difficult pregnancy or pregnancy related issues then Tel: 01603 927487 or visit their website HERE

The following GUIDE contains more information on Healthcare Services and Helplines

 
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