Cambridge House

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020 7358 7000
Main Address
1 Addington Square, London, London, SE5 0HF
NHTW Address 2015
United Kingdom [ View Country Profile ]
Provides advocacy services, community development, disability services, law centre, LINk Southwark, nursery, youth work
Also acts as a local neighbourhood resource centre, providing support to local community groups, voluntary organisations and community initiatives. Appointments with advocates and law centre have to be made in advance, please phone the main reception and ask for the relevant service.
Advocacy Services
Cambridge House provides advocacy services to people in 14 London boroughs. We offer instructed advocacy to people who have capacity, and non-instructed advocacy to those who lack capacity (people with a reduced ability to make decisions for themselves).
Law Centre
The Law Centre offers confidential advice, assistance and representation in social welfare law including: Housing, Welfare benefits, Community care, Employment. We offer a range of legal services by way of appointment, from one-off advice sessions, to casework and representation at Court or Tribunal hearings.
We provide direct services to adults and children with disabilities who live in Southwark and its surrounding boroughs.
Cambridge House Play and Respite Care
A holiday play scheme for children, young people and adults with moderate and severe learning disabilities and / or multiple disabilities that require one-to-one or two-to-one support staff ratios.
After-School clubs
For children and young people who have moderate to severe learning disabilities that are delivered in local schools and on-site at Cambridge House.
Nineteen Plus
An adult day centre that uses innovative methods to teach life skills for independent living to adults with moderate to severe learning disabilities. They also produce a range of materials and resources for other groups to use.
The Saturday Arts Club
Regularly attended by up to 15 adults with moderate or severe learning disabilities each week. Art is a medium that the participants we work with use as a channel for expression, personal development and peer learning.
Community Development
Cambridge House provides community development services in the local area, encouraging the development of local voluntary and community organisations. Our services include:
Capacity Building Services
We work with local community organisations to help them build governance procedures, develop their infrastructure and access new funding streams.
Work Training Services
We deliver a series of training programmes addressing the issue of worklessness and improving opportunities for career development and job mobility for the low-waged. We are also the host organisation for LINk Southwark, a community-based network made up of individuals and organisations with an interest in health and social care. The LINk covers the borough of Southwark and is concerned with all publicly-funded health and social care services.
Youth Project
Cambridge House Young People’s Project (CHYPP) offers creative, social and non-formal educational activities for young people aged 11-19 in the borough of Southwark. Working in partnership with local, voluntary and statutory organisations, we offer young people the opportunity to maximise their potential and develop their life skills. We enable young people to take responsibility for themselves in their relationships with others and to develop cultural awareness and personal confidence.
Non-formal education programmes
Accredited programmes at our campsite in Northamptonshire
Award-winning international youth projects
Accreditation opportunities and Youth Achievement Awards
A variety of youth work programmes
To provide for young people’s social and personal learning within the locality.
Ways to ensure that young people have a strong voice
In the design and delivery of local services.
Indigenous youth leadership
Providing young people with the opportunity to be positive role models to their peer group.
Nursery and Crèche Facilities
Our Ofsted-registered nursery caters for 50 children aged 0-5, with or without special needs, whose parents or carers live or work in Southwark. We have spaces for 12 babies, 20 toddlers and 16 pre-schoolers.
Resource Centre
We have a number of rooms available for hire.
Languages spoken
Community Consensus Statement on Access to HIV Treatment and its Use for Prevention

Together, we can make it happen

We can end HIV soon if people have equal access to HIV drugs as treatment and as PrEP, and have free choice over whether to take them.

Launched today, the Community Consensus Statement is a basic set of principles aimed at making sure that happens.

The Community Consensus Statement is a joint initiative of AVAC, EATG, MSMGF, GNP+, HIV i-Base, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, ITPC and NAM/aidsmap

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