Safe Link

Rape and sexual assault happen far more often than statistics indicate. It happens in all communities and cultures. Many victims do not seek help because they feel ashamed or afraid of being blamed for what has happened. We have nine Independent Sexual Violence Advisors, all trained in line with Home Office Guidance. Five for adults […]

Missing Link

Missing Link’s Help When You Need It service If your mental health is impacting on how you are living your life, our service may be able to help you. We offer short to medium term, outcome focused, practical and emotional support to women with mental health needs who live in Bristol. We use variety of […]

Bristol Disability Equality Forum

Bristol Disability Equality Forum’s Making Change Happen project aims to support Disabled and isolated people make connections, share information, build confidence and discuss issues affecting their everyday life. We can also assist people who are digitally excluded to get online. Our community members are a friendly and supportive group who have been holding meetings everyday […]

Rethink Bristol

Rethink Bristol provide free and confidential services to support people over the age of 18 years with their mental health, as well as a specialist service for family, friends and carers.  The Community Support Service offers individualised support to people living with mental health issues, through a person-centred approach to identify what you would like […]

Bristol Community Learning

Bristol Community Learning offer a range of courses that aim to help people gain the skills and knowledge they need to progress into apprenticeships, work, volunteering or further education.  Our courses are aimed at adults aged 19+ who have few or no formal qualifications and face significant barriers to further learning or work. Bristol Community […]

abandofbrothers

abandofbrothers is an award-winning charity helping young men (18-25), who have been (or are at risk of being) involved in the criminal justice system, to improve their lives and the communities they live in. We provide them with the support they need to make the transition to an adulthood free of crime, and filled with […]

Bristol Mental Health Employment Service

Whilst we don’t offer vacancies, we can help you to look for a new job or keep your existing one. We support people, who need support with their mental health and wellbeing through brief interventions or over a longer period, usually 4 months of fortnightly support.   

Well Aware

The Well Aware website and phoneline provides an information directory on a wide range of organisations, support groups, community groups, events and activities in Bristol and South Gloucestershire. Our phoneline offers telephone support for those who can’t access it online or who may need additional support accessing information, advice and guidance. To speak to our […]

WECIL – Supporting Independent Living

WECIL is a disabled persons user led organisation. Please contact us for help and advice on disability related questions, particularly surrounding disability-related Benefits and Adult Social Care Advocacy. For Employment Support, Working Together is our employment course for anyone who identifies as disabled or who has a long term health condition.  This is a 6 […]

#JOBNETWORKBRISTOL

We set up computer sessions for people aged 16+ in Fishponds, St George (and Central Bristol once lockdown has ended), inclusive of disability. Through one to one support, we allow individuals to gain confidence when working on online applications. We can arrange regular sessions that allow continual support and mentoring to help people apply for […]