Enfield Connect – One Support
Enfield Connect Floating Support services are provided free to people in the London borough of Enfield, who have a tenancy that may be at risk. The aim of the service is to support our customers to improve their life-skills and to help them to maintain accommodation and become more independent. We offer support with:
- Setting up and maintaining a tenancy
- Developing independent living skills
- Understanding welfare benefits and maximising income
- Getting back into work
We work with people with needs including:
- Mental health
- Alcohol and drug dependency
- Physical disability
- HIV and AIDS
- Learning disability
- Young people at risk
- Older people
- Offenders and people at risk of offending
- Domestic violence
Self referral or referral from an agency already engaged is the way to access this service and an assessment process will work out the best fit for the individual. For any questions or to refer please contact 020 8443 7500 Monday to Friday 9.30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Enfield Connect is committed to working with all members of the local community and welcomes any opportunity to strengthen links with other agencies in the borough to increase accessibility to members of minority groups who may otherwise fail to receive a service. Enfield Connect is very pleased to have the opportunity to be a member of the Enfield LGBT Network and is passionately committed to the rights and well-being of LGBT members of the community.
Enfield Disability Action
311 Fore Street
Enfield Mental Health Users Group
Enfield Mental Health Users Group (EMU) is a registered charity providing group advocacy for people using Mental Health Services in the London Borough of Enfield. The Charity is run by Mental Health Service Users.
53 Lancaster Road,
Solace Women’s Aid
Solace Women’s Aid is an independent charity providing a range of services for women, children and men affected by domestic violence. Services provided include advice, counselling, advocacy, legal, refuge accommodation, North London Rape Crisis, Family and Children Service, Young People’s Service and a perpetrator programme (provided by our partner, DVIP).
Solace is committed to providing equal opportunities and working towards a fairer society where everyone has the opportunity to fulfil their potential. Diversity is about recognising and valuing difference in its broadest sense. Solace will actively work towards promoting an organisational culture of diversity and is committed to avoiding unlawful discrimination in the provision of its services and the treatment of staff, volunteers and trustees involved in the organisation.
Unit 5-7 Blenheim Court
62 Brewery Road
London N7 9NY
One Support – Enfield
A support group for vulnerable people living in London Borough of Enfield who require support to maintain their tenancy. They accept couples and people with children. Users must have support needs.
First Floor Office
One-to-One (Enfield) is a Charity and a Company Limited by Guarantee. Our aim is to enable people with Learning Difficulties to be more actively involved in the community in Enfield. We enable people to take part in a wide variety of activities by offering them opportunities for them to link up with other people, in groups or on an individual basis.
311 Fore Street