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A charity for families with twins, triplets or more.

Help and support for male victims of domestic violence and abuse.

Job Search Courses at Aldershot Library logo

Aldershot Library offers free job search courses including Job Searching on the Internet, CVs and Application Forms, and Interview Skills. For more information call into the library, visit the website or telephone.

Do you have a spare room? Would you like to earn approximately £160 extra per week? Can you offer support to a young person? If the answer is “yes” why not become a host for Stonham Supported Lodgings? Stonham will help you support a young person (16+) from your local community who needs a home and a positive role model in their life.

For more information please email or call.

Nomorebullying logo

Nomorebullying was set up by a 14 year old and his friends to support their peers with bullying and the effects this has on the individual and the community. As part of this, Safer North Hampshire has set up an online anonymous survey for secondary school age children across North Hampshire to fill out. The survey only takes a minute or so to complete. There is no closing date to complete the survey by as it is a rolling programme.

There is also a 20 page Nomorebullying booklet full of facts and figures, case studies and further advice which can be accessed through the Safer North Hampshire website - see Contact Details below.

Food Hygiene Ratings logo

Every business that sells or serves food in Rushmoor has been rated for food hygiene by Rushmoor Borough Council. The ratings are based on the standards observed at the time of the last inspection. A rating of “5” is “Very Good” and “4” means “Good”. In other words, you can be confident that the food has been prepared and stored in a safe and hygienic way. “3” shows a business is operating at a “Satisfactory” standard. A score of “2”, “1” or ”0” shows the business needs to make improvements.

Some businesses promote their rating by displaying a window sticker, but you can check the hygiene rating of every food business in and around Rushmoor online.

Quit Smoking logo

If you are a smoker and would like to quit, Quit4Life, the local NHS Stop Smoking Service, can help. Although many people manage to quit on their own, using a specialist stop smoking service means a smoker is up to four times more likely to quit.

To contact Quit4Life for free help and advice, visit the website, email, phone, or text QUIT to 60123.

Hampshire Local Offer logo

This website has been co-produced with parents, professionals and young people and provides up to date information about services and support for special educational needs and disability for anyone aged 0 to 25 in Hampshire.

Every school and college in Hampshire has submitted their own local offer with a link to their detailed SEN information report on their own website. Their local offers also list their expertise, facilities and any other specialisms as well as a school summary and all contact details.

Treloar’s logo

Treloar’s, based in Alton, is a centre of excellence in the education of students with special needs. They provide specialist training opportunities, and professional expertise and knowledge to those who work with, or care for, children and young people with additional needs. The professionals delivering the training work with the students at Treloar’s, as well as supporting young people at other organisations. They have a wealth of knowledge and understanding of the difficulties faced not only by the young people themselves, but also the health and social care team supporting them.

New courses are added to the course calendar as they become available.

Hampshire Futures logo

Hampshire Futures offers a range of direct delivery and sub-contracted programmes, all with the aim of supporting young people and adults in Hampshire to successfully participate in education, training and employment. It brings together four key service areas within Hampshire County Council’s Children’s Services, namely Post 14 Learning; Outdoor Education, PE, Sport and Duke of Edinburgh; Adult and Community Learning; and Careers and Employability.

Online Safety logo

The NSPCC website has help and advice about online safety. You can also contact the NSPCC helpline to discuss any concerns.

mhfa will help you to increase your understanding of mental health and military culture, increase your personal resilience, spot the early signs of a mental health problem, provide help on a first aid basis, help stop a mental illness from getting worse and guide someone towards the right support.

For more information or to make a booking please contact Maria Warburton at HOMER Aldershot by email or telephone.

Safer Internet logo

Information on staying safe on the internet, as well as advice and learning resources.

Rushmoor Employment and Skills Zone logo

The Rushmoor Employment and Skills Zone (RESZ) brings together the expertise of local employment and training organisations. It offers tailor-made support to local people to help them develop the right skills and confidence to access job and personal development opportunities.

Southern Health NHS - School Nursing logo

The School Nursing Service works in partnership with children, young people and their families to ensure that children’s health needs are supported within their school and their community.

Southern Health NHS - Children's health and wellbeing logo

Get helpful information and advice about your child's health and find out how our services may be able to help.

Merlin’s Magic Wand believe in putting the magic back into the childhoods of seriously ill, disabled and disadvantaged children. The charity are able to make this happen by arranging days out at Merlin Entertainments Group attractions such as Legoland, Chessington World of Adventures and Warwick Castle. The charity welcomes applications on behalf of seriously ill, disabled or disadvantaged children, aged 2 to 18 years, who would benefit from such a day out.

The lending library is an opportunity to try out and borrow resources before you buy. It is for children aged 0 to 5 years with additional needs or children who may need extra support. The library may be accessed by parents/carers and children, and nursery and pre-schools. There is a range of resources available such as sensory bags, dark dens, identiplay, treasure basket and Makaton. Help is on hand to guide you through the resources and offer advice on how and why you might use them.

The library is open every Tuesday morning from 9.00am to 12.00 noon. Home and pre-school visits can be arranged for a Wednesday afternoon. Resources are available to borrow for up to six weeks. Although there is no charge to borrow the resources, they do ask that you agree and sign their terms and conditions of borrowing.

For more information contact Claire Lutas.

Asperger United Magazine logo

Asperger United is a quarterly magazine for ages 16 plus, although some parents subscribe on behalf of their under-16s. It is edited by a person with high-functioning autism and written by people with Asperger syndrome, high-functioning autism and other high-functioning conditions on the spectrum, or by professionals with this group specifically in mind. Each issue contains contributions from the UK and overseas, personal accounts of having Asperger syndrome or autism, a pen pal page, letters to the editor and poems, artwork and short stories.

Subscription to the magazine is currently free. You can download it from the website or phone to request a copy.

This drop-in session is open to any veteran (ex-Services) or family member and takes place on the fourth Tuesday of each month from 10.30am to 2.30pm at HOMER Drug and Alcohol Service. General advice or specific help is available for ex-Service personnel or you can just go along to meet other veterans.

Agencies in attendance include The Royal British Legion, Combat Stress, Mike Jackson House, The Services Personnel and Veterans Agency, Ghurkha Welfare Advice Centre, HOMER Operational Model for Effective Recovery, The CAB, TalkPlus and SSAFA.


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