Access for All works in partnership with the community to improve accessibility, in its widest context, for islanders and visitors alike.
To enable post 16 learners with learning disabilities and/or disabilities to take part in educational activities and events that they would not generally be able to do due to financial constraints. Aims to help the student’s transition from college to workplace.
Accessible taxi drivers have had additional training, the vehicle has been specially adapted to carry a wheelchair if required, and the cab has good internal lighting to assist people who may have a visual impairment. There are currently four licenced accessible taxi operators. They can be contacted by phone, text or email.
This team supports people who live in the Health and Social Care Department’s seven long-stay care homes for people with learning disabilities, as well as some people who live in their own home.
Action for Children Guernsey Youth Housing (formerly known as NCH Guernsey) is engaged in working with children and families. The Guernsey branch exists with the aim of reducing youth homelessness and, wherever possible, prevent rough sleeping by young people aged between 16 and 21 years of age. The organisation provides a drop in advice and assessment centre. It will provide emergency accommodation to alleviate crises homelessness amongst its target group. It will provide training flats, incorporating skills training programmes and supported move-on accommodation.
Active (previously known as Menfun) is the Guernsey society for holidays and activities for adults with learning disability.
Advice for men who are abusive to their partners and want to stop. Programme for men 18+.
There is a day service for adults with a learning disability. It offers a wide range of activities all around the island. It is based at St Martin’s Community Centre.
Primary Care Mental Health and Wellbeing Service, Psychological Therapies and Interventions Service, Recovery and Wellbeing Service, Community Drug and Alcohol Team, Crevichon Ward.